It seems that the Red Devils have the toughest fixture of the draw.
Manchester United perhaps received the toughest draw of the Champions League quarter-finals as they face holders Bayern Munich over two legs.
Most people aren’t holding out much hope for the Premier League champions as Bayern are in superb form under head coach Pep Guardiola – who has won this competition twice already with Barcelona.
However, as United boss David Moyes says, the Red Devils can win this tournament and here’s five reasons the English side can progress against the odds.
It’s easy to forget based on the team’s performances this year under Moyes that six years ago they actually won this competition after beating Chelsea on penalties.
Eight of the squad that won the trophy in 2008 are still playing for United currently, with Wayne Rooney, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra likely to play a big part this year’s tournament as well.
Meanwhile Ryan Giggs has actually won the Champions League twice and although now 40-years-old, has shown against Bayer Leverkusen and Olympiakos this year that he can still cut it.