Sadio Mane appears to mock Manchester United on Instagram during PSG loss

Liverpool FC Training and Press Conference

Manchester United's Champions League hopes look to be dashed for another year.

The club has been revitalised under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the club unbeaten in his 11 matches in charge.

But, overcoming Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League last-16 tie was always going to be a tough ask.

United's chances of prevailing over the French giants had been boosted by Neymar and Edinson Cavani being ruled out of the first leg at Old Trafford.

However, despite missing two of their star players, PSG still had enough for United.

Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe were both on the scoresheet as PSG won 2-0.

It was a reality check for United and Solskjaer, with United exposed during the second half.

While United fans will be bitterly disappointed with their side's performance and result, it's fair to say that feeling will not be shared by Liverpool supporters.

Fans of the Merseyside club will always revel in their rival's failure and that was the case once again last night.

Sadio Mane's posts went down well with Liverpool fans

But it was not only Liverpool fans that appeared to take joy from the result.

Sadio Mane posted twice on Instagram with the game in stoppage-time.

His first post showed the scoreline, with Mane captioning the video 'Hummm'.

And, just minutes later, he posted a picture of him and Jurgen Klopp laughing in training, accompanied by a laughing emoji.

Take a look at his posts below:

Coincidental? There is of course a chance that Mane meant nothing from his posts.

But that was certainly not the view of many Liverpool fans, who praised Mane for 'mocking' their biggest rivals.

Liverpool will be hoping that they can perform better than Man United in their last-16 tie.

After finishing second in the group stages, the Reds will take on Bayern Munich, with the first tie at Anfield taking place on February 20.

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