MANCHESTER (Sporting Alert) — Jose Mourinho has once again stated that the world will stop to watch Manchester United v Real Madrid in the Champions League clash at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Both teams played to an exciting 1-1 draw in the first leg.
Mourinho had predicted that they football fraternity would have stopped to watch the first leg clash in Madrid, which had everyone buzzing, and the Portuguese coach believes the second leg will be even greater.
Many are backing former Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo to be the difference for Real Madrid, but Mourinho thinks it’s a tough call to make.
With the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie expected to start, the advantage could go to Manchester United as well.
“Who knows what will make the difference?” he said. “That is the 1million question.
“Tomorrow the world will stop for this tie.
“They are on a fantastic run, better than ever this season.
“FA Cup quarter-final, winning the Premier League in March, don’t lose a match in months.
“We are also in good form in 2013. We have lost one match.
“It doesn’t look a tie, it looks a final. Let’s see which teams are at Wembley but I doubt the expectation can be bigger than this.”