THEY have said what most people are saying across the country after Manchester United's 3-1 Champions League win at Paris St Germain.

Warrington Wolves' players blasted 'OMG' on Twitter.

Marcus Rashford's strike four minutes into added time, even after two youngsters were brought off the bench late on, gave United the two-goal cushion they needed to reach the quarter finals.

Here's how Wire players, and other Warrington folk including United's Jesse Lingard, reacted to the drama as the Reds became the first team in the competition's history to overcome a 2-0 home leg loss to progress at this stage.














HERE'S HOW ALL THE DRAMA UNFOLDED:

Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford led the line for injury-hit Manchester United as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned to a 3-5-2 formation against Paris St Germain.

With Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Ander Herrera among 10 absentees for the Champions League last-16 clash, Solskjaer seemingly selected a three-man backline flanked by wing-backs Ashley Young and Luke Shaw.

Mason Greenwood, James Garner, Tahith Chong and Angel Gomes were named on a callow United bench for the second leg in the French capital.

Thomas Tuchel stuck with the same PSG starting line-up that won 2-0 at Old Trafford in February, although Edinson Cavani returned to the bench after injury.

Manchester United got off to the perfect start, with in-form striker Lukaku making the most of a defensive error from Thilo Kehrer to round Gianluigi Buffon and score inside two minutes.
United's joy was short-lived as PSG levelled in the 12th minute.

A ball over the top from Dani Alves picked out Kylian Mbappe and his attempted shot found Juan Bernat unmarked at the back post and he tapped in.

PSG were enjoying plenty of space down the left and Bernat should have had his second goal of the night shortly afterwards but he fired straight at goalkeeper David De Gea.

Angel Di Maria was next to try his luck, lashing a fierce drive from distance inches past the left-hand upright.

A mistake from Buffon allowed Manchester United to retake the lead on the night on the half-hour.

A speculative strike from Marcus Rashford was spilled by the veteran goalkeeper and Lukaku stroked in his sixth goal in three matches.

Rashford flashed a shot just past the left-hand post but was then flagged for offside as United pushed for a third.

Buffon had to be alert to keep out an attempted block from his own player as the visitors finished the half strongly.

Paris St Germain were denied a second goal by the offside flag in the 56th minute after a stunning back-heel through the legs of Chris Smalling from Mbappe had played in Di Maria.

Julian Draxler limped out of the action with a hamstring issue in the 70th minute and the hosts chose to make a double change.

Leandro Paredes came on to replace the German, while Thomas Meunier came on for Kehrer.

Bernat hit a post for PSG in the 83rd minute after Mbappe had slipped after being sent clear by an Alves pass.

There was late drama as Manchester United were awarded a penalty via Video Assistant Referee when Presnel Kimpembe, turning his back, was adjudged to have handled a Diogo Dalot shot as it struck him in the box.

Rashford stepped up and completed a stunning comeback with a well-struck shot in stoppage time.

The referee blew the final whistle after nine minutes of time added on as United secured a stunning 3-1 away-goal victory - 3-3 on aggregate.

The night's other game in Portugal went to extra time after Porto claimed a 2-1 win at home to Roma to make that one 3-3 overall.

Rashford, when asked what he was thinking as he stepped up to take the penalty, told BT Sport 2: "Just keep a cool head. They are the type of thing you practice every day and I wanted to take it.

"That was probably the hardest thing, the wait before, but it's all part of the game and those moments, that's what we live for."

Rashford continued: "Everything seemed to be against us but we're used to surviving in these moments. Today just proved that one more time.

"We go forward from this game now, keep pushing and better ourselves.

"It's a beautiful thing (seeing the club's youngsters on the pitch).

"We have 10 players injured but for them, it's an opportunity for them to come forward and they've all done that."

Two-goal striker Lukaku enjoyed playing alongside England international Rashford.

He said: "It was good, it was good. We were confident the day before the game. We knew we could do the business.

"We played together against Southampton and again today and it was a pleasure to play with him today. We both scored, so we're happy."