Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has praised his former teammate Romelu Lukaku.
The Red Devils have been drawn with Paris Saint Germain in their Champions League group for this season.
It brought back memories of United’s famous win in Paris in the round of 16, when manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was still in caretaker charge.
Rashford gave his thoughts in a Twitter thread: “Let me tell you a little story about Romelu Lukaku.
“We are playing PSG in the second leg of the Champions League, with little hope of qualifying. 2-0 down on agg.
“2 mins in, Rom scores. 30 mins in, Rom scores. We need one more goal to qualify.
“94th min – penalty… Rom steps up picks up the ball and hands it to me. He knew this was my moment.
“He knew it would be me that got all news coverage for scoring that penalty and he was ok with that, ignoring the fact that he was the most instrumental part of that win.
“That tells you all you need to know about Romelu Lukaku. Selfless, a team player… Never afraid to dim his light for others to shine. That’s my brother and I appreciate him.”