United maintained much of the positive intent that has become customary under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but the Red Devils struggled to make their recent momentum tell on proceedings in the first half, before finding the necessary moments of quality after the interval. "I am pleading for the fans to get their season tickets", he said. I'm so pleased for the boys - they managed to claw three points out of this game. This club has done so many great comebacks, the tie is not done.
"We have done fantastically well away from home but we go to PSG with the belief, we have nothing to lose". It was an open game and they came here to beat us.
And Solskjaer, who famously scored the injury-time victor in the 1999 Champions League final, felt there was an element of nostalgia to United's triumph.
However, Manchester United pushed hard and found the goal they needed for the three points in the final few minutes.
Having endured such a long run without a goal towards the end of a year ago, Lukaku's four strikes in a week mean he is now United's top Premier League goalscorer, and has staked a claim to be their central striker for the clash with Paris St-Germain in the Champions League in midweek.
"We spoke about at half-time, just get some more urgency get the ball in the box, play more forward and the Stretford End will suck the ball in for you. We have done it so many times before".
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Liverpool were nowhere near their best in last Sunday's stalemate with United, and they have another grudge match this weekend. He'll be hoping to start, as he did in midweek, and perhaps be the thorn in Everton's side once again.
Six minutes later, an irrepressible United took the lead. The Belgian striker received a nice pass from Pereira and finished with aplomb to put United in the lead.
James Ward Prowse did equalise with a stunning free-kick but Lukaku's second goal of the game put United 3-2 ahead. Just one minute after replacing the injured Alexis Sanchez, Diogo Dalot gave the ball to Pereira, and the Brazil global curled a stunning effort into the back of the net to equalise on 53 minutes.
Pereira showed his strength to hold off challengers in midfield before slipping through an excellently-timed pass for Lukaku who finished clinically from 15 yards.
Old Trafford was stunned just before the half hour mark when Yan Valery produced a piledriver of an effort from distance to fire past David de Gea into the top corner, rewarding the visitors for their bright early showing in the match.
Alexis Sanchez's injury forced Solskjaer to bring on Diogo Dalot in the 52 minute, which proved to be the fillip for his side.