Watch! Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra celebrate impressive Manchester United win in style

Paul Pogba celebrated Manchester United’s stunning Champions League victory over PSG in the stands with club legend Patrice Evra. The Red Devils trailed 2-0 going into this evening’s return leg in Paris but secured a 3-1 win to progress on away goals. Romelu Lukaku’s first-half brace and Marcus Rashford’s injury-time penalty sent the Premier League giants through. The famous win saw United become the first team in Champions League history to progress after losing the first leg at home by two or more goals.

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Pogba was banned for the match after being sent off at Old Trafford and celebrated the incredible victory with former United defender Evra in the PSG stands. After Manchester United booked their place in the last-eight of the Champions League, Michael Owen said: ‘When this draw was made I gave United no chance whatsoever. ‘They were playing awful football under Jose Mourinho, they had no chance. ‘What a difference, the whole spirit has changed – it’s quite frightening how they’ve gone through tonight.

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‘With a neutral head I don’t think it’s a penalty in a million years. It’s not a penalty for me or anybody in this room.’ On Rashford’s penalty, the former England striker added: ‘There’s no fun in that as a penalty talker – it’s just relief. ‘When that hits the net, it’s a case of thank everything! In that position you just go numb. Others may feel differently but you just do it to be a leader.’

Romelu Lukaku had not scored in six Champions League matches this season – but that changed on Wednesday night. The Manchester United forward netted twice in the second leg of the Champions League last-16 tie against Paris St Germain. Lukaku was on the front foot straight away, taking less than two minutes to breathe life into a cause which many felt was lost, coolly taking the ball around Gianluigi Buffon and slotting home. He did not let his head drop when the hosts levelled, continuing to put pressure on the hosts – and was rewarded with a second goal when Buffon’s handling gave him a chance. Needed treatment for an apparent ankle issue in the 57th minute – but was soon up and about, showing his commitment to the cause. Marcus Rashford scored the winning goal from the penalty spot in injury time. The spot-kick was awarded for handball after a VAR review. {source; Metro}