Manchester United secured their passage to the Champions League quarter-finals in dramatic style as VAR intervened to give them a late win over Paris Saint-Germain, causing some creative reactions on social media.
The Reds were awarded a penalty after Presnel Kimpembe was judged to have committed a handball in the box after the referee had consulted with his video assistants.
Marcus Rashford then stepped up and lashed the ball home from the spot in the fourth minute of time added on to give United a 3-1 lead on the night, sending them through on away goals.
The penalty rounded off a remarkable comeback from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side after they had taken a 2-0 deficit into the second leg after a disappointing result at Old Trafford.
United were also without a number of big-name players, with Paul Pogba, Ander Herrera and Alexis Sanchez all unavailable.
The result will fuel speculation Solskjaer will be given the permanent job by the Reds, and has already caused excitement among a number of fans given the controversy surrounding the winning goal.
VARGIE TIME— Tom Williams (@tomwfootball) March 6, 2019
Mad how the PSG crest can predict the future: pic.twitter.com/hyEiUlsSPn— Dave Will (@davewi11) March 6, 2019
Who the hell is the VAR - Alex Ferguson?? #ChampionsLeague— Paul W Mitchell (@pwmcomms) March 6, 2019
Ok, who had VAR penalty injury-time winner and Lukaku at centre-back in the #MUFC sweepstake?!— Kris Voakes (@krisvoakes) March 6, 2019
90+2' After consulting with VAR, the ref awards a penalty to United... #PSGMU— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) March 6, 2019
Fergie’s at the wheel 🤮 pic.twitter.com/iNNPOzIid7— bubbles (@bubbIxs) March 6, 2019
Lukaku with more goals in eight days than Alexis Sanchez has scored in his entire spell at United.— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) March 6, 2019
Solskjaer really is Midas. 10 senior players out for Man Utd, masterminds something never done before in Champions League knockout history from 2-0 down in a home first leg. PSG reputation as huge CL chokers confirmed yet again #mufc— Hector Nunns (@senornunes) March 6, 2019