Feb. 12 (UPI) -- Paris Saint-Germain used goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe to defeat Manchester United 2-0 Tuesday at Old Trafford in the Champions League round-of-16 first leg.
PSG struck twice in the first hour of the match as Kimpembe volleyed home a corner and Mbappe finished a low cross from former Manchester United player Angel Di Maria. Kimpembe's goal came in the 53rd minute and Mbappe tallied his score in the 60th minute.
Manchester United suffered an additional blow after star Paul Pogba received a red card in the 89th minute. Officials handed Pogba his second yellow card after a foul on Dani Alves, meaning he will miss the second leg in Paris.
PSG led United in shots on goal 5-1 and had the advantage in time of possession (56 percent).
Manchester United had 17 fouls and four yellow cards in the match.
In other Champions League action, AS Roma pulled out a 2-1 victory over FC Porto on Tuesday at Stadio Olimpico.
19-year-old Nicolo Zaniolo scored two goals in the match, becoming the youngest Italian to have two scores in a Champions League game.
Zaniolo's tallies came in the 70th and 76th minute, ending a five-match winning streak in Europe for Porto.
Porto substitute Adrian Lopez scored the team's lone goal in the 79th minute.
It was Roma's first victory over Porto in five games, having lost the last meeting in Rome by a 3-0 margin in 2016.