Ryan Giggs says Manchester United’s game against Real Madrid on Tuesday could be similar to the meeting in 2002-03 that ended 4-3 to the Red Devils.
“Every time in Europe you learn different lessons, certainly that night Madrid scoring early made it an uphill task, hopefully that won’t happen tomorrow night,” he told reporters.
“You learn from every experience in Europe. You try to get ahead and score the first goal, we know the crowd will get behind us and the confidence that will give us. But saying that, we know that if we go behind we have the confidence to come from behind like we have done all season.
“When you get that much firepower on the pitch, undoubtedly there’s going to be chances and goals.”