Marcus Rashford was the hero of yesterday night’s Champions League game against PSG as his last minute penalty kick won the game for United.
After the game, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that he was unsure whether the England international would have the nerve to send United through. (via DailyStar)
“Fantastic,” he said. “The belief in the boys was what we hoped for. It was a great start – we planned to get the first goal but we didn’t expect it after two minutes.
“That made it open, we wanted a lot of goals. There’s always doubt about a penalty, I was in the Champions League with Molde against Basel and my player missed then and we went out.
“Rashford is 21 and the pressure on the boy – there are no nerves – he’s fearless.”