Paul Pogba crashed Romelu Lukaku & Marcus Rashford's interview after PSG v Man United

Paul Pogba celebrates on the pitch with Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United produced a miracle last night.

Very few expected them to go to Paris Saint-Germain and turn around a two-goal deficit in their Champions League last 16 tie.

But that's exactly what they did.

A Romelu Lukaku brace and a goal from Juan Bernat meant Man United desperately needed a goal in stoppage time to win the tie.

They got it in dramatic circumstances when Diogo Dalot's speculative strike hit the arm of Presnel Kimpembe.

Marcus Rashford then struck home the penalty with aplomb to complete one of the most unlikely comebacks in Man United's Champions League history.

There was a great moment between Paul Pogba and the two goal-scorers after the game.

Pogba missed the tie through suspension but travelled with his side to support them.

Marcus Rashford celebrates after burying his penalty

He was captured celebrating wildly on the pitch at half-time, and he also decided to crash Lukaku & Rashford's interview after the game.

Just seconds after the interview started Pogba came rushing in as he celebrated with his teammates.

Watch it below:

Quality stuff.

There is a wonderful team spirit building at Old Trafford and that moment just emphasises it.

Rashford's winner was the first penalty he has taken in a competitive match for the club.

Despite being inexperienced at penalties, as well as being 21 years old, Rashford showed incredible composure to dispatch his spot-kick past Gianluigi Buffon.

And he revealed afterwards he was trying to keep a cool head.

Paul Pogba celebrates with fans after the PSG win

“I was just thinking: keep a cool head, you know?" He said, per ManUtd.com. "They are the type of things you practice every day.

"I wanted to take it, and probably other people on the pitch [did] as well, but it doesn't matter because we've progressed to the next round!

“That's probably the hardest thing – the wait before [the penalty], but it's all part of the game.

"Those moments, that's what we live for. You want to get through those moments and be smiling after.”

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