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By Tom Rostance

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  1. An(other) incredible Champions League night

    Romelu Lukaku

    If you're just tuning in, the Champions League has delivered the goods once again.

    Manchester United were 2-0 down from the first leg but scored after just two minutes.

    They must have played really well then? Well not really...

    They were hanging on for most of the first half but still somehow took a 2-1 lead.

    The second half was then cagey but Marcus Rashford scored a stoppage-time penalty to send them through - given after a tense wait for a VAR review.

    The best reaction is below, plus:

    Luke Shaw
  2. 'They were a shambles'

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    United were a shambles for 35 minutes and they rode their luck, and they grew and grew and grew into the game.

    There were some performances that were off the scale. We've hardly mentioned Scott McTominay but he was brilliant. His tackling, his bravery, all the way through the game.

  3. "It's this club, it's what we do, that's Man Utd"

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to BT Sport: "Fantastic. The belief in the boys was what we hoped for. It was a great start - we planned to get the first goal but we didn't expect it after two minutes. That made it open, we wanted a lot of goals.

    "There's always doubt about a penalty, I was in the Champions League with Molde against Basel and my player missed then and we went out. Rashford is 21 and the pressure on the boy - there are no nerves - he's fearless. Him and Romelu were fantastic tonight.

    "That's the Champions League, it's what it does. Last night with Real and Ajax was our team-talk, it was probably theirs too. Last year it was Real and Juventus, there's been PSG and Barca too - it's this club, it's what we do, that's Man Utd.

    "There's always mental doubt. Our boys are young and fresh which gave us more energy when we needed that goal."

    On the penalty decision: "I had to try and calm everyone down, sit everyone down, my staff said the defender made himself bigger so it's a clear penalty."

    On his future: "We don't chat now, it's too noisy and there's a great atmosphere in there. Until the summer, we will see what happens."

  4. 'One of the great comebacks'

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    John Murray

    BBC football correspondent

    PSG

    This is one of the great results by any English club in the Champions League.

    This will very much go onto the list of great comebacks.

  5. Great Scott!

    Unbridled joy: Def - see below

    Scott McTominay
  6. Post update

    Ole must be buzzing for Sarpsborg (a) on 31 March...

  7. 'A typical United night'

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Manchester United

    OIle Gunnar Solskjaer

    More from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "It's a typical Manchester United night, we had a game plan, the players were really great, they were focused, they listened to all the instructions like in training, and on the pitch they knew that we had to defend well, very low.

    "There was a lot of quality, it's the best possible scenario with the fans, the players, the staff, everyone shares a huge pride, we knew that we would have to suffer.

    "We saw yesterday with the match between Real and Ajax, Barcelona against PSG in the past, they are scenarios that are similar and it shows that the mind in football is important.

    "There was no need to make speeches after this game.It is an absolutely amazing evening."

  8. It's Fergie time

    "Ed, did I ever tell you about the time something like this happened to me?"

    Ed Woodward and Alex Ferguson
  9. When is the draw?

    There is no seeding or separation in the quarter-final draw so we could see some all-English ties.

    The draw takes place on 15 March.

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  11. Post update

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Charlie Adam

    Stoke City midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    We knew PSG were vulnerable because of their past record of being in this position, they've blown it, and they've done it again tonight.

  12. Post update

    Sorry Thiago - a straight red from me for saying my most hated quote in the game: 'That's football.'

  13. Please forgive us?

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Thiago Silva

    Thiago Silva, Paris St-Germain captain: "It's difficult to speak. It's a shame. We played very well over there, but here we didn't do the things we talked about before the game.

    "We were on a good run and yet again it ends here. That's football. Nothing worked today. I ask our fans to forgive us."

  14. Post update

    Luke Shaw's smile just about sums up Manchester United's night - a mixture of shock and awe.

    Luke Shaw
  15. "It's this club, it's what we do, that's Man Utd"

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to BT Sport: "Fantastic. The belief in the boys was what we hoped for. It was a great start - we planned to get the first goal but we didn't expect it after two minutes. That made it open, we wanted a lot of goals.

    "There's always doubt about a penalty, I was in the Champions League with Molde against Basel and my player missed then and we went out. Rashford is 21 and the pressure on the boy - there are no nerves - he's fearless. Him and Romelu were fantastic tonight.

    "That's the Champions League, it's what it does. Last night with Real and Ajax was our team-talk, it was probably theirs too. Last year it was Real and Juventus, there's been PSG and Barca too - it's this club, it's what we do, that's Man Utd.

    "There's always mental doubt. Our boys are young and fresh which gave us more energy when we needed that goal."

    On the penalty decision: "I had to try and calm everyone down, sit everyone down, my staff said the defender made himself bigger so it's a clear penalty."

    On his future: "We don't chat now, it's too noisy and there's a great atmosphere in there. Until the summer, we will see what happens."

  16. Post update

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Have PSG got a collective issue, mentally, when it comes to the Champions League?

    Or are they just unlucky?

    In 2017 they beat Barcelona 4-0 in the first leg and went on to lose 6-1 in the Nou Camp, making history in the process. They conceded three goals after the 88th minute!

    Last season they were taken to the cleaners by Real Madrid and now, tonight, they blow a 2-0 first-leg lead against a Manchester United team without 10 key players and lose despite having 72.4% of the ball.

    Incredible really.

  17. 'One of the great comebacks'

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    John Murray

    BBC football correspondent

    PSG

    This is one of the great results by any English club in the Champions League.

    This will very much go onto the list of great comebacks.

  18. 'A pleasure to play with Rashford'

    PSG 1-3 Man Utd (Agg: 3-3)

    Romelu Lukaku speaking to BT Sport: "Me and Marcus Rashford knew we could do the business today after playing together against Fulham. It was a pleasure to play with him today like that.

    "We agreed to step up the press together and I told him every time he shoots I would follow the ball in.

    "We just keep going - everything starts on the training ground with 5 v 5, 6 v 6 and the competitiveness starts there. It's natural to us, we keep going until the referee blows the whistle."

    Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford
  19. The last eight

    1. Porto
    2. Manchester United
    3. Tottenham
    4. Ajax
    5. Juventus or Atletico Madrid
    6. Manchester City or Schalke
    7. Barcelona or Lyon
    8. Bayern Munich or Liverpool