Lingard, Pogba And Evra Lead Wild Man Utd Celebrations After Heroic Win At PSG

Jesse Lingard, Patrice Evra and Paul Pogba summed up how every Manchester United fan felt — following their amazing victory at PSG.

The injured midfielder watched from home as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men pulled off a stunning comeback to reach the quarter-finals.

Meanwhile French legend Patrick Evra, 37, showed he has lost none of his passion for the club as he danced around in the stands with crocked Pogba.

Marcus Rashford scored the winner from the penalty spot after a controversial VAR handball decision against Presnel Kimpembe.

That spot-kick was met with wild celebrations in the away end at Parc des Princes on Wednesday night.

And there were many more Red Devils fans celebrating across the globe after a miraculous comeback.

Lingard posted to his Instagram story throughout the evening, but saved the best for injury time.

Paul Pogba was in Paris despite his suspension and celebrated at the end with Romelu Lukaku
Lingard shared a screengrab of his FaceTime conversation with Rashford after full-time
Lingard watched the PSG game from his home as he was unavailable to play due to injury

When Rashford’s penalty went in, Lingard screamed with delight at the camera.

What the 26-year-old was saying wasn’t exactly clear, but let’s just say he was a happy man.

The scorer Rashford said: “The wait for the penalty is probably the hardest thing but we all live for these moments in these games and hoping to smile.

“Everything was against us but we are used to surviving in these moments and we proved that one more time.

“It’s a beautiful thing. We had 10 players injured but for the youngsters it’s a great chance for them. They’ve been training everyday and its what they deserve.”


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