Last night the Champions League threw up another unforgettable evening that will stick in the memories of all who watched it. A seemingly impossible challenge faced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's injury-ridden Manchester United as they looked to overturn a two goal deficit inflicted by Paris Saint-Germain a fortnight ago.
But, after Romelu Lukaku capitalised on a sloppy back pass from Thilo Kehrer when the game was just two minutes old to give the visitors an early lead, belief started to be restored. Juan Bernat restored the Frenchmen's lead just ten minutes later however, tapping home from close range after finding himself unmarked at the back post.
Following the flying full-back's leveller, the game looked as though it was once again out of reach for United, before a ballsy long range effort from Marcus Rashford forced a terrible mistake from PSG's veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon; Lukaku's alertness saw him able to poke the ball home from close range - 2-1 to the underdogs.
An underwhelming second-half packed full of sloppy passes from the hosts, and unconvincing attacks from the travellers meant that the majority of us watching on from the sofa expected Manchester United to become the first English casualty of this season's Champions League.
That was until a controversial last minute penalty was awarded thanks to VAR, determining that PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe had handled the ball inside the area following a long range strike from United's Diego Dalot in the fourth minute of stoppage time. Step forward Marcus Rashford - cool as a cucumber, ice running through his veins - to rifle the ball past Buffon and book Manchester United's place in next month's quarter-finals. Football is a funny old game, isn't it.