Hopefully, it won't be too bad but we won't know until we've done the scans.
But the forced introduction of Dalot proved significant with the young Portuguese defender, forced into midfield, sending over a right-wing cross with his very first touch which Rashford headed just wide.
"We spoke at half-time about the Stretford End, normally they suck that ball in and today was the same".
It was a last-gasp win reminiscent of the Sir Alex Ferguson era as United fought back from a goal behind after Yan Valery's wonder strike on 26 minutes.
The calls to make Solskjaer the permanent boss are growing as his unbeaten league run continues, and BT Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand believes that his former teammate has earned the right to lead United into next season, as detailed in the Mail On Sunday. PSG leads 2-0 from the first leg.
Substitute Riyad Mahrez secured City's fifth straight league win with a low strike early in the second half after coming off the bench to replace De Bruyne, who injured his hamstring as he made a pass.
"And I think Manchester United, from what I gather, are confident that they will be able to get a deal through on lesser terms".
"Rom is a goalscorer, he keeps practising every single day and has quality".
"This has of course not been taken well by De Gea and his representatives and I would say that the situation is now extremely delicate in the sense that this is not being perceived as a bargaining stance, this is being perceived as a definitive: 'you're not getting the money, therefore you will have to accept less and we expect you to accept less'".
Alexis Sanchez has joined United's lengthy list for a match that Paul Pogba is suspended for, meaning Pereira could well start as Solskjaer's side look to overturn a 2-0 deficit and progress from the last-16 tie.
"When we changed to two up front that helped him as well".
Solskjaer has brought in the concept of open gameplay, allowing the players to support each other, rather than staying isolated, during attacking gameplay.
"We have done fantastically well away from home but we go to PSG with the belief, we have nothing to lose".
"The dressing room was bouncing, they were happy, looking forward to Wednesday", said the Norwegian. This has happened before, so many great comebacks.