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Manchester United vs. PSG VAR controversy

Manchester United vs. PSG VAR controversy

However, one scene that was drowned out during all the post-match celebrations in France was the interaction between French midfielder Pogba and Belgium striker Lukaku who were reportedly falling apart at Old Trafford.

Just as hope of a first quarter-final appearance since 2014 began to fade, the video assistant referee intervened and referee Damir Skomina pointed to the spot after adjudging Presnel Kimpembe guilty of handball at the death.

But two goals from Romelu Lukaku and a dramatic late Marcus Rashford strike secured the 3-3 triumph on away goals in Paris.

Unfortunately for those (who weren't Manchester United fans) watching the match between PSG and Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday, there was nowhere else to look when Buffon handed United the lead in the match with the sort of horrendous mistake rarely seen in his career.

"We all love Ole and we love the job he's done so far".

"Those moments are the moments we live for, and we want to come out of them smiling after".

"I was in the Champions League with Molde and got a last minute penalty against Basel and we missed and went out".

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United were back in action again on Tuesday night with Lukaku again scoring twice.

"It's not down to the players to decide", the full-back said. "He has been on a good run but he has been an important player for us and will bounce back". The achievements we've made in a short space of time have been fantastic.

"I was happy that he scored".

But their focus now switches to their domestic campaign, with the club set to take on Arsenal in the battle for fourth place in the Premier League.

Amaechi told the show that he believes something "more revolutionary" is needed to improve inclusion and representation in the sports media, which would help give fairer coverage to BAME footballers.

"We've got so much more to look forward to".

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