Who was named Man of the Match?
Manchester United beat FC Copenhagen 1-0 on an emotionally charged night at Old Trafford, with Harry Maguire's goal and Andre Onana's last-gasp penalty save the standout moments.
On an evening where tributes were paid to the late, great Sir Bobby Charlton, the Reds huffed and puffed for large spells, while the visitors regularly threatened.
United improved in the second half and, after several near misses, Maguire headed home Christian Eriksen's cross on 72 minutes.
Erik ten Hag's side could have added to our tally but looked to be seeing out the win regardless, until the referee awarded Copenhagen a penalty, with seconds left on the clock.
Jordan Larsson - son of former Red Henrik - stepped up, but Onana brilliantly got a strong arm to the ball, turning it round the post and sparking jubilation at Old Trafford, as well as hopefully breathing new life into our Champions League campaign.
As you can see above, Maguire and Onana dominated our post-match voting for Man of the Match, but it was Andre who won out due to his spot-kick heroics.
It's the no.24's second Man-of-the-Match win of the season, as he also claimed the award after his debut against Wolves.
That was another tight 1-0 win featuring late drama, as the visitors were denied a penalty in the closing stages after Raphael Varane's goal.