Man Utd pull off incredible win as PSG capitulate in Europe again after dramatic late VAR decision

None of the ex-players in the BT Sport studio thinks that was a penalty. Michael Owen, Rio Ferdinand and Owen Hargreaves your jury there. It was a very contentious decision, for sure. Kimpembe’s back was turned, the ball having flicked off his elbow as Dalot shot. His arm was sticking out a little bit, but not so much that it was a clear and obvious offence. However, former referee Peter Walton, also on BT Sport, thinks it was the correct decision, sure that Kimpembe’s arm was in an unnatural position and that he wasn’t in control of the situation while turning his back. They call this sort of thing a talking point these days, don’t they?

Is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer capable of doing something, anything wrong? All current evidence suggests no. At the final whistle, United teared off towards their supporters en masse, the sort of celebration you usually see at the end of a final. They’re happier than Real Madrid were in Kiev last spring, put it that way. Sheer delight on their faces. Poor old Presnel Kimpembe is understandably distraught, and he’s hugged by Romelu Lukaku, who has a word of comfort for the young shell-shocked defender. But it’s all about Solskjaer, whose smile could light up every arrondissement in Paris. He’s got the job now, hasn’t he.