Roy Keane: United have a chance in the second leg
Published 01/04/2014 | 22:18
Manchester United will go to Munich for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final with Bayern boosted in confidence after a 1-1 which saw the home side take the lead through Nemanja Vidic before Bastian Schweinsteiger equalising for the visitors before receiving a red card in the closing stages.
Former captain Roy Keane, often a critical voice, was watching for television and saw positives.
"They've got a chance," he said.
"It's a fair result, the manager, players and fans played their part. You can't begrudge Bayern their equaliser, but Manchester United are more than capable of scoring in the away game.
"We've seen United not turn up in big games, so they should go to Bayern with their confidence boosted."