Manchester United 10-1 to win the Champions League after stunning win in Paris
Marcus Rashford's injury-time penalty puts Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side through
Manchester United recorded a stunning comeback to beat Paris St-Germain and qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side slashed to 10-1 from 125-1 to lift the trophy.
Marcus Rashford's injury-time penalty sealed a sensational success as United overturned a 2-0 first-leg deficit by winning 3-1 in Paris to defy pre-match qualification odds of 18-1.
Rashford's penalty - awarded after a VAR review following a handball from Presnel Kimpembe - saw Solskjaer's Midas touch continue in the dugout.
Romelu Lukaku's early goal gave United the perfect start and the Belgian bagged a second, capitalising on a Gigi Buffon error, after Juan Bernat had briefly put PSG level.
It was left to Rashford to become United's hero and put the Red Devils in the quarter-final draw on Friday March 15.
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