Mike Phelan took to Twitter after Manchester United knocked Paris Saint-Germain out of the Champions League.
And Red Devils supporters loved the cheeky message he posted for his followers in which he claimed he didn’t know what all the fuss was about.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s Manchester United were expected to crash out of the Champions League on Wednesday after losing 2-0 to PSG in the first leg of their last-16 clash in Februrary.
But the Red Devils thumped the French champions 3-1 in their own back yard in dramatic fashion to progress to the quarter finals of the competition.
After the match Manchester United assistant manager Phelan took to Twitter to post a few messages.
His first was directed at match-winner Marcus Rashford, and read: “Relax son… we’ve played in bigger games than this lad. Breathe and just put it in the net. All part of the job.”
While his second message read: “180 (missed calls) can’t understand the fuss? Some of us have been here before.”
The post was accompanied by a picture of him and Solskjaer, who were both at Manchester United in 1999 when the Red Devils won the Champions League in very dramatic fashion against Bayern Munich.