Late Drama at Parc de France on Wednesday night as Romelu Lukaku’s brace and Rashford goal from spot kick was all Manchester United needed to overturn first leg 2-0 defeat at Old Trafford to secure a 3-3 victory on aggregate, due to away goal rules.
United kicked off the game in flying colors as they grabbed the lead just 2 minutes into the game. Kehrer made a horrible mistake at the back, selling Thiago Silva short with an offload. Lukaku seized on the ball and drive into the box.
10 minutes later, Juan Bernat made it 1-1. The pressure was too much on the United defence as Bernat converted at the back post.
The movement of Mbappe was key as he found space in the right inside channel and fired a low ball across the face of goal.
Bailly failed to perform his defensive duties and allowed Bernat to run in and slot home to bring the home side level.
30th minute, Lukaku doubled his tally off the game to give United the lead again.
The home side were dominating the game, but another inidividual mistake handed Solskjaer’s men the advantage.
Rashford lined up a strike from distance and the ball dip towards the bottom corner.
90′ + 1′ minutes, a strike from Dalot hit Kimpembe on the arm and the referee awards United a penalty, a harsh decision as he was making a genuine attempt to block the ball.