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Rashford’s penalty seals famous Man Utd comeback in Paris – reaction

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Rashford’s penalty seals famous Man Utd comeback in Paris – reaction
Marcus Rashford

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Summary

  1. Man Utd beat PSG in sensational Champions League comeback
  2. Rashford’s 94th-minute VAR-awarded penalty clinches last-eight spot
  3. Build-up to Chelsea & Arsenal in Europa League action on Thursday
  4. Nine Premier League news conferences from 12:30 GMT
  5. Get involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas

All times stated are UK

  1. ‘You have to give him the job’

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Man Utd (Agg 3-3)

    Solskjaer has now won 14 out of 17 games in all competitions, his only defeat coming against PSG at Old Trafford in the first leg.

    Appointed only as caretaker in December following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, it now seems a case of when, not if, the club’s former striker will be appointed permanently.

    Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam said on BBC Radio 5 Live: “If he has not got the job tomorrow then there is something wrong. You have to give him the job.”

    Solskjaer

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  2. Evra and Pogba love this game!

    Four words: I love this game!

    Watch and enjoy Patrice Evra and Paul Pogba soaking up the atmosphere in the stands after the full time whistle.

  3. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Larry: Utd fan here. Never a pen in a million years! If that’s a pen then we’re in for serious problems in prem next season!! We are through though, bring on quarters!!

    Sana Hashimi: All the fans of Man U and pundits are talking about how man u are back. They played horribly the whole game. The only reason they won was because of mistakes by PSG.

    Steve: No utd fan but it was a pen, he jumped turned his back and opened his arms expanding his reach. PSG manager saying it was no pen as it was going over is in denial of what a penalty is and should be focusing on why PSG were allowed to be so complacent

  4. Post update

    Now you’re up to date on Thursday’s newspapers, let’s dive into some of your thoughts…

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    The Times

    And last, but not least, we have The Times’ back page.

    The Times

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    The Guardian

    The Guardian features a photo of match-winner Rashford and co.

    Guardian

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    The Metro and i lead on the calls for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job to be made permanent.

    Metro

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    Daily Mirror

    Thursday’s Daily Mirror practiced their français…

    Daily Mirror

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    The Daily Telegraph

    …as did the Daily Telegraph.

    The Daily Telegraph

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    The Daily Mail

    The Daily Mail referred to the win as a “miracle in Paris”…

    Daily Mail

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    The Daily Express

    The Daily Express adopted a similar theme, claiming Manchester United were the better side “by VAR”.

    Daily Express

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    The Daily Star

    Well then. Anyone reckon VAR played a vital part?

    The Daily Star hailed “video star Rash” after he was awarded an injury-time penalty via VAR.

    Daily Star

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  13. Lingard’s a happy man…

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Man Utd (Agg 3-3)

    Before we have a flick through the back pages, let’s just take a minute to address the wonder that was Jesse Lingard’s Instagram story.

    A word of warning: headphone users – turn your volume down to a suitable level! This one’s loud…

  14. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Oh how different the outcome could have been…

    In the interest of not getting embroiled in a full-on VAR debate (because we all love those), get in touch with your thoughts on what went down last night.

    Was it a penalty? Should Solskjaer be given the permanent job? Can United go on to win the Champions League?

    Non-United fans: feel free to share your thoughts too!

    Tweet me using #bbcfootball or drop me a text on 81111 (UK only) – don’t forget to add your name for a shout out!

    David de Gea

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  15. ‘It’s what we do, that’s Man United’

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Man Utd (Agg 3-3)

    “That’s the Champions League, it’s what it does,” caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted after the historic win.

    “It’s this club, it’s what we do, that’s Man United.”

    Solskjaer is used to making an impact in the Champions League – he famously scored a late winner for United in the 1999 final, of course.

    But it turns out he’s pretty nifty in charge too, presenting a persuasive case on why he should be given the job permanently.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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  16. Paris St-Germain who?

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Man Utd (Agg 3-3)

    Remember way back when on Tuesday night, when Real Madrid’s Champions League reign came to an end?

    Enter: Manchester United.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have risen through the ashes like a phoenix since Jose Mourinho’s departure in December.

    Just 24 hours after Ajax’s domination the night before, Man Utd decided to take matters into their own hands to produce a historical comeback on Wednesday night.

    Read the match report here.

    Manchester United

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  17. Post update

    Romelu Lukaku’s opener. That decisive penalty. Jesse Lingard’s Instagram story.

    I’m not really sure where to start, if I’m honest!

    I’ll be bringing you all the reaction from a bumper night of Champions League action, as well as nine Premier League news conferences from around midday.

    Welcome!

  18. Post update

    Well, well, well…

    Romelu Lukaku

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    Romelu Lukaku

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    Marcus Rashford

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