Manchester United's social media team were having a lot of fun after win over Barcelona
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The good mood at Manchester United certainly stretched to their social media team, after the win over Barcelona propelled them into the Europa League last 16.
It was a magical night at Old Trafford on Thursday, one that would have reminded fans of the period when it felt like silverware was guaranteed at the end of the season.
Certainly it hasn't been like that for the near 10 years since Sir Alex Ferguson left, even more so in the six years since they won the Europa League.
Antony's strike knocked Barcelona out of that competition and really brought a sense that something special is brewing again, with Raphael Varane riling up the crowd celebrating after the game.
Alejandro Garnacho also delighted fans as he appeared to mock Barca star Pedri by recreating the midfielder's celebration at full time.
But it wasn't just the players who were having all the fun, with the Premier League side's social media team certainly having a laugh.
Before kick off, the Spanish side had posted a picture of the venue for the evening along with the caption "It’s time to conquer “The theatre of dreams,”" a post which was liked by United after the final whistle.
One man who was at the centre of seemingly all the flashpoints in the game was Bruno Fernandes, with the United captain giving away the penalty that led to the visitors taking the lead.
The attacking midfielder was also berated by rival supporters for kicking the ball at Frenkie de Jong, after the Dutch midfielder was fouled.
Before the game people thought that Xavi had slighted the former Sporting man by referring to him as the 'Portuguese Man,' rather than by his name.
And United's Twitter admin continued his fun with that fact, calling him 'Our Portuguese Guy.'
Erik ten Hag's side could still win four trophies this season, with the final of the Carabao Cup coming up against Newcastle United on Sunday evening.
They find out on Friday morning who they'll face next in the Europa League and come up against West Ham in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
The Premier League remains in their sights too, five points behind league leaders Arsenal and just three behind local rivals Manchester City.