Manchester United were handed the toughest possible draw for the Champions League quarter-final – Bayern Munich.
Before the draw happened, there was no expectation of United reaching the semi-finals and now that we have been drawn against the holders Bayern, that expectation has remained the same which, if anything, could play to United’s advantage.
Do you think Manchester United can overcome the odds to go through? Here’s how Twitter reacted to the draw against Bayern.
In a way drawing Bayern is good news for Moyes. Losing to the greatest team in the world is expected/forgivable; victory would be remarkable
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) March 21, 2014
Not ideal but it's a European Cup quarter final against the reigning champions. If you can't get excited about that then what's the point?
— Darren Richman (@darrenrichman) March 21, 2014
Hahahaha! Oh lord have mercy on us.
— Richard Cann (@RichardCann76) March 21, 2014
We can beat Bayern if only we play with urgency, determination and utilize every little chance. Always remember no Team is unbeatable!
— Alex ♆ (@RedCityOfficial) March 21, 2014
Thank you and good night, Europe. You have been fantastic.
— Juan Matt-a (@BigRed_M) March 21, 2014
No way the Bayern midfield can live with Giggs and Fellaini
— Darren (@dazjenno) March 21, 2014
We should lull Bayern into a false sense of security by getting spanked by City, next week.
— pauliegunn (@PaulGunning1) March 21, 2014
hahahahahahahahaha you have to laugh to not cry.
— BeautifullyRed (@BeautifullyRed) March 21, 2014
Good thing United do lots of training without a ball.
— Alex Shaw (@PeopleSportShaw) March 21, 2014
Well, that's quite literally David vs Goliath. #mufc
— Musa Okwonga (@Okwonga) March 21, 2014
This could be United’s last two Champions League games for 18 months so Old Trafford is going to be absolutely rocking when Bayern come to town in April.
On paper, United are going to get torn apart by Bayern but as we showed against Real Madrid last year, it isn’t always the team who is playing the best who goes through.