- Man United did the unthinkable against PSG in front of their home fans
- The English side defeated the French club 3-1 to qualify into the last eight
- United fans demand for Solskjaer to be appointed on a permanent basis
Romelu Lukaku's brace and a penalty at the death converted by Marcus Rashford was enough to see United through to the last eight of the Champions League.
The Red Devils managed to outclass the Parisians despite a rather injury riddled squad that lacked almost half of the first team including suspended ace Paul Pogba.
United upset odds and defied probabilities to the extent that United fans could not help but rub-in the big victory — and what better way than social media.
In one video, injured Manchester United player Jesse Lingard is seen wildly celebrating the victory from the comfort of his home.
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United fans demanded for interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be given the job immediately after his incredible achievements in all competitions.
Ole is undoubtedly favourite to be next Old Trafford boss after turning the clubs misfortunes upside down since replacing ex-manager Jose Mourinho.
The Solskjaer-tutored side went into the clash in the backdrop of a 2-0 goal deficit suffered in the reverse fixture played at Old Trafford in February.
According to UEFA, Manchester United also became the first team in the tournament's history to comeback from a two-goal home defeat.
Manchester United now move on to the quarter final of the Champions League with 3-3 aggregate goal advantage.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United defeated PSG by 3-1 at Parc des Princes to qualify into the last eight.
Romelu Lukaku scored a brace before Marcus Rashford's penalty sealed it for United. Juan Bernat's effort was not enough to put the French side through to the next stage.
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