Manchester United beat Ajax Amsterdam 2-0 to bring Europa League victory to their city.
On an emotional night for Manchester United, the team beat Dutch side Ajax 2-0 to win this season's Europa League.
Before the match a minute's silence was held to remember the victims of the attack at a concert in Manchester on Monday night and both teams wore black armbands.
Fans held banners in support of the city. Ex-United and England player David Beckham said it was "a big night for United but an even bigger night for the city and our country".
The win was secured with goals from Pogba and Mkhitaryan. Both players and fans were ecstatic. Pogba said: "We played for England, we played for Manchester, and we played for the people who died."
Even arch rivals Manchester City congratulated United on their win by posting this image on social media.
Manchester City FC
Manager Jose Mourinho couldn't help but celebrate too. He has now won all four of his European finals as a manager, having already won the 2003 Uefa Cup and 2004 Champions League with Porto and the 2010 Champions League with Inter Milan.
And of course what do u do when you win something like this? Take a selfie of course!
The win means Manchester United have qualified for the Champions League next season - this is what they were aiming for as they'll get to play against the very best of Europe's footie teams.