Zidane Iqbal became Manchester United's first British South Asian footballer to play in the Champions League

The 18-year-old trained came on a substitute in the match against Youing Boys with qualification and top spot in Group F already secured.

Iqbal - wearing shirt number 73 replaced Jesse Lingard. The Manchester-born midfielder, is of Pakistani and Iraqi heritage.

Speaking after the game, Iqbal said: "It feels amazing, I've been working my whole life for this opportunity, it's a dream come true, it's just the start and hopefully I can keep pushing on.

“It was crazy, I was waiting for the ball to go out, embracing it all, looking at the fans, when I came on the loud cheer from the fans was unreal.

“It was more excitement [than nerves], last night I just about slept. I was just embracing it all really, I was hoping to get a touch, I did thankfully, I really enjoyed it."