Legit.ng earlier reported that Premier League giants, Manchester United, have sealed a spot in the quarter finals of the Champions League.
It will be recalled that PSG stunned the Red Devils 2-0 at Old Trafford in the reverse fixture last month.
Referee Damir Skomina penalised Paris Saint-Germain's Presnel Kimpembe for handball in stoppage time, allowing Marcus Rashford to step up and score the goal that sent Manchester United into the quarterfinals on away goals.
Step forward United fan Timmy Chin, who lives in Malaysia and chose to offer a pre-match prediction on Twitter.
The decision garnered mixed opinions throughout the football community and Brazilian footballer Neymar, who didn't feature in the contest due to an injury, was agitated by the decision.
Romelu Lukaku scored twice for his sixth goal in his last three games, and a last-minute penalty kick from Marcus Rashford proved to be the difference.
The decision to award the penalty after VAR review was controversial, with injured PSG star Neymar vocal in his anger.
"We sat here, we watched it and the way Kimpembe has gone up there, he's left his arm out, he's turned his back, he's taken no responsibility for where that ball is striking, he's made himself bigger", Walton said on BT Sport.
The statement read: "The VAR, after checking various different angles available to him, recommended to the referee an on-field review following the penalty area incident".
"All the above-mentioned decisions were made in full compliance with the VAR protocol".
"We won at Tottenham away, Chelsea away, then Arsenal in the FA Cup, now this game today".
Phelan, who was dismissed by David Moyes when took over from Sir Alex Ferguson, was also reinstated at United along with former midfielder Carrick and Pilkington reckons that just shows how much Solskjaer understands about the club. Everyone shares a huge pride.
"We played with two up against PSG and they might form a very nice partnership. There was a lot of quality", he added.