Following Manchester United's emphatic 3-1 win away at Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night, interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has heaped praise on match-winner Marcus Rashford.
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With United leading 2-1, a late penalty-kick was awarded to the Red Devils via VAR after Diogo Dalot's effort from range struck Presnel Kimpembe on the arm inside the area.
Although Romelu Lukaku was on a hat-trick, his strike partner on the night Marcus Rashford stepped up to dump the French giants out of the round of 16 with a calmly struck shot beyond Gianluigi Buffon.
Asked whether or not he was confident that Rashford would score when the spot-kick was awarded, Solskjaer admitted to being worried, but praised the forward for showing incredible guts.
"Of course, there's always doubts (that Rashford could miss)," the Norwegian said, according to the Independent.
"I was in the Champions League with Molde, we had a penalty in the last minute against Basel and we went out, so I know what can happen.
"Normally Paul Pogba takes the penalties, but Rashford, he is 21, there was a lot of pressure on the boy, but you could see no nerves. He's fearless.
"The belief in the boys was fantastic. We set out with a plan to get the first goal and we didn't expect it after two minutes, but it made it more open for us."
This is the first time United have reached the last eight of the tournament since the 2013/14 season.
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