United have been charged with blocking stairways and throwing objects, while PSG have been charged with setting off fireworks, throwing objects, acts of damage and crowd disturbance, according to the Press Association.
Di Maria arrived in Manchester after leaving Real Madrid in 2014 only to leave a year later for PSG with just four goals and an impressive 11 assists to his name in 32 appearances.
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.
United must be wary that their former flop doesn't come back to haunt them on a night that means so much to the club - because di Maria will be ready to bite the hand that used to feed him.
Later, he blew kisses to the stands and imitated drinking from a bottle that was hurled at him by a fan.
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United's woe was intensified when Paul Pogba was sent off late on in the second half for a second yellow card following a lunge on Dani Alves.
The Argentine asks the United fans to turn the volume up on their booing, a bold move by any player.
Di Maria's manager, Thomas Tuchel, said after the game that the jeers from the home crowd simply made the player stronger. "Angel Di Maria is very competitive". If you tease him, it does not make him weaker.
He said: "It was hard from the opening minute but I knew this was going to happen". Young did so while Di Maria received medical attention. '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. There are still 90 minutes left.