Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has described Wednesday’s shocking victory over PSG as the best moment so far in his career.
Manchester United was trailing 2-0 from the first leg at home, but Romelu Lukaku opened scoring within two minutes for United.
Although PSG leveled through Bernat, Lukaku ensured that the Red Devils went in on top at the break, reacting quickest to Marcus Rashford’s rebound.
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Marcus Rashford then netted a late penalty, thanks to Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
While PSG had star striker, Edison Cavani who was absent in the first leg on field, Manchester United were without Paul Pogba but still went ahead to secure a historic victory that sends them to the quarter finals of the competition.
While speaking with beIN sports after the game, Solskjaer described the match as the best moment of his managerial career.
“Best moment of my managerial career? Definitely, absolutely unbelievable. It was great to be there.
“These are the moments; you do it with your staff, the players, the supporters, that’s what football is all about. Doing it all together,” he said.