As the PSG players celebrated on the byline, an incensed Di Maria let out his frustration by screaming "F*ck off!"
Manchester United fans responded by pelting Di Maria with water bottle while taking a corner-kick.
The United man did manage to get away from the Brazilian midway through the first half and impressively breezed past PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe on the right touchline - but his cross was too near to veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. "Puta!" to the United faithful, captured clearly by TV cameras.
A beer bottle was thrown onto the pitch near Di Maria, but the stunt didn't seem to affect him.
United fans would not have enjoyed their former playing having such a good return to life at Old Trafford, he certainly didn't look capable of such nights when he was playing for them.
Di Maria stayed down for an extended period of time while players argued with each other and complained to the referee Daniele Orsato.
Speaking on RTE Sport, former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann felt the Englishman should have been sent off: "I think he should have gone".
There wasn't much doubt which way it was going to go for Angel di Maria. 'He (Young) plays many, many times here, and he knows there is a hill, so there was no need to push Di Maria into the fans. "If you tease him, it does not make him weaker", said his manager Thomas Tuchel, summing up his contribution perfectly, even noting Di Maria's weak start to the game as he won just one of his nine duels. 90 more minutes are missing To continue working for what is coming.