If he hadn’t already, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earned himself the Manchester United job last night.
After losing 2-0 in the first leg against Paris Saint-Germain at Old Trafford, the Red Devils travelled to the Parc des Princes looking for a miracle.
United were depleted.
There was no Paul Pogba, no Ander Herrera, no Jesse Lingard, no Anthony Martial, no Juan Mata, no Nemana Matic and no Alexis Sanchez.
On the bench, were 19-year-olds Diogo Dalot and Tahith Chong, 18-year-old Angel Gomes and 17-year-olds James Garner and Mason Greenwood.
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And yet somehow, United are through to the Champions League quarter-finals.
Solskjaer's side beat PSG 3-1 thanks to Marcus Rashford’s injury-time penalty to complete a quite unbelievable comeback.
As you can imagine, the celebrations at full-time were wild.
But after the celebrations died down slightly, United club legend Gary Neville grabbed a word with Solskjaer.
And it was a brilliant interview.
Neville started it with: “Ole Gunnar, three very quick questions for you: How long would you like on your contract? What would you like your salary to be? And where would you like the statue?”
While Solskjaer didn’t answer those questions, he did admit that it was a “fantastic” night for everyone involved with United.
"The belief in the boys was just what we hoped for. It was fantastic," Solskjaer said.
"You always know it is possible. With this club this is what we do. It's Man Utd. It's the Champions League. That's what it does."
After doing the impossible against PSG, you certainly wouldn't back United going all the way in the competition - especially with Ole at the wheel.News Now - Sport News