Inside Man Utd's wild dressing room celebrations as Pogba gate-crashes interview and Rashford Facetime's crocked Lingard after historic night at PSG

The Red Devils became the first side to overturn a 2-0 home deficit with their 3-1 win over the French champions sending them through to the quarter-finals on away goals.

Marcus Rashford scored the winner from the spot after a controversial VAR handball against Presnel Kimpembe to spark jubilation in the away end at Parc des Princes.

The exuberant mood continued in the United dressing room after the match with Diogo Dalot sharing a video of his team's ecstatic celebrations.

The Portuguese full-back, who replaced the crocked Eric Bailly after half an hour, led the United chants before drawing Andreas Pereira into the mix.

Dalot then pans his phone around the dressing room as his team-mates revelled in the moment as Phil Jones, Fred and Marcos Rojo can also be seen singing in the footage.

United's players' celebrations were then matched by the stars who were unable to play, including the injured Jesse Lingard, and the suspended Paul Pogba.

The England midfielder posted to his Instagram story throughout the evening and filmed a hilarious video of himself screaming with delight after Rashford's penalty.

Lingard captioned the post: "Beans, Beans, Beans" – his nickname for his United teammate – before later saying in another vid: "Believe, believe, believe. Go on the boys."

He then proceeded to FaceTime Rashford after full-time before sharing a screenshot of their conversation that was later posted by United on Twitter.

Pogba, who watched the game from the stands with United legend Patrice Evra, couldn't stop himself hijacking Rashford and Romelu Lukaku's interview after the game.

The suspended star dived onto his teammates live on air to continue his celebrations after the Old Trafford club secured progression into the quarter-finals.

The likes of Anthony Martial, Nemanja Matic, Alexis Sanchez, Ander Herrera, and Juan Mata all later uploaded reaction videos to the late penalty on Instagram.

Sir Alex Ferguson and Eric Cantona also took the time to join the dressing-room celebrations as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed United's momentous victory.

The Norwegian was delighted "boss" Fergie – plus fellow legend Cantona – popped in to share the rejoicing after injury-hit United went through.

Sir Alex was in charge when subs Teddy Sheringham and Solskjaer struck in stoppage-time to clinch a Champions League final win over Bayern Munich in 1999.

He told beIN SPORTS: "It was great to see the boss in there after the game for the first time. The lads were absolutely magnificent.

"I'm just going to do my best until the summer and see what the club decides. Tonight we have to remember the spirit of Man United."

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