Man United’s woeful home form highlighted with worrying stat after PSG defeat

Manchester United’s form at Old Trafford remains a real concern.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men were defeated by Paris Saint-Germain as their poor home form continued in the Champions League.

The Reds just needed a point to progress to the Champions League knockout stages against the French champions but now must get a result away at RB Leipzig with Group H blown wide open ahead of the final match day.

United missed glorious chances to beat Thomas Tuchel’s men but a familiar outcome saw the Reds defeated at home for the fourth time in eight home games this season.

And according to OptaJoe, United have now lost more of their home games in all competitions this season than they did in 28 matches at Old Trafford last term.

Of course, that damning stat must be mitigated by the fact there have been no supporters in the stadium, making home advantage minimal.

Fortunately, the Reds have been near flawless on the road and broke a club record in the dramatic comeback victory against Southampton with their eighth consecutive Premier League away win.

But United seriously need to address their below-par home form if they are to find the consistency they have been lacking under Solskjaer.

The Reds next face West Ham on Saturday as they look to make it nine league wins in a row away from Old Trafford.

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