- Manchester United put up a breathtaking performance to beat PSG in Paris
- Goals by Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford were enough to hand the Red Devils 3 points
- Victory in the Champions League game means the Red Devils have now won all their last 10 away games
Manchester United overcame French club Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night, October 20 following a 2-1 victory.
United have now won 10 consecutive away games, a record the Red Devils are setting for the first time in their history under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Red Devils made a return to the French capital for the first time since stunning PSG in dramatic fashion back in March 2019 to reach the quarter-finals of the European competition.
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Goals by Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford were enough to hand Solskjaer’s men over the Ligue 1 champions.
And now United have won all their last ten away matches staring from their June 27 FA Cup win over Norwich City.
Since Harry Maguire's 118th minute to sink the Canaries, United have beaten Brighton (three times), Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Leicester City, Luton Town, Newcastle United and now PSG.
Speaking after scoring the winner against PSG, Rashford said, as quoted by GOAL.
"Of course it's a nice feeling. More importantly, we won the game.
"We're in a strong position now in the group but it's the first game. The concentration levels we showed today we have to take forward into the next game.
"For me, they were both opportunities to win the game. As a striker, in the game late on, that's the mentality. You might only get one chance. It gets us the three points.
"It's a good performance but also one where we have a lot to build on. I always believe in the team.
"As players it's important to believe in the system that the manager chooses to play.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Petr Cech is now officially Chelsea’s fourth goalkeeper after he amazed players and coaching crew in training amidst goalkeeping problems in the team.
The goalkeeper has been called out of retirement and is now part of Chelsea’s 25-man squad as he is branded "emergency goalkeeper cover".
Cech joined the club’s coaching staff last year and he was employed as a technical and performance advisor after, but he has been training with the club.
Despite his age, the Czech legend has continued to train with the Chelsea first-team squad and he has impressed players and the coaching crew.
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