Twenty years ago, Solskjaer went down in United folklore for scoring an injury-time winner at the Nou Camp against Bayern Munich in the Champions L
Twenty years ago, Solskjaer went down in United folklore for scoring an injury-time winner at the Nou Camp against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
United fans were quick to pick up the relevance of the venue, and took to Twitter to channel their excitement.
One geed-up fan said: “Bring it on! We all know what Solskjaer does at the Nou Camp.”
Another upbeat tweet read: “Swear this is written in the stars, Solskjaer back at nou camp.”
Others were more reticent in proclaiming victory, such as: “It’s written in the stars surely Solskjaer going to the Nou Camp in the 2nd leg isn’t it?”
Another supporter questioned the future, typing: “United back to the Nou Camp twenty years on from the treble. Another Solskjaer masterclass incoming?”
Other tweets included “Solskjaer at the Nou Camp 20 years later – meant to be” and “Solskjaer will deliver another comeback win at Nou Camp.”
The actual team have every reason to be confident heading into the tie too after their heroic comeback against PSG, beating the French champions 3-1 in the capital.
One fan leant on that fact, passionately rallying: “F*** it. If we can beat PSG, we can beat Barcelona.
“Solskjaer back in the Nou Camp 20 years on is poetic and I can’t wait. Buzzing.”