Manchester United’s players were involved in crazy celebrations inside their dressing room after a historic victory against PSG .
Marcus Rashford’s late penalty meant United became the first team to overturn a 2-0 first leg defeat to win a tie in the Champions League.
And the result sparked jubilant scenes with Diogo Dalot leading the antics post match.
The United full back was seen jumping up and down and shouting into the camera.
Midfielder Andreas Pereira joined him as his teammates chanted: “United, United, United.”
The Red Devils were given little chance of progressing to the quarter finals, but proved the doubters wrong despite travelling to Paris with a depleted squad.
PSG looked to be heading through, as they led 2-1 going into the closing stages.
But a VAR review led to United being awarded a dubious spot kick after Prescel Kimpembe was penalised for handball.
United had taken the lead twice through Romelu Lukaku, with Juan Bernat levelling for the hosts in between.
Rashford then took responsibility to step up and slam his penalty away to send his side into the quarter finals.
The 21-year-old striker said of his striker: “You just have to keep a cool head.
“You practice that every day and I wanted to take it. That’s probably the hardest thing, the wait before.
“Those moments are what we live for.”