Our reporter Gabriel Clarke spoke to a surprisingly upbeat Arjen Robben after Bayern's 1-1 draw at Old Trafford – a game the reigning European champions had been expected to win comfortably.
Man Utd boss David Moyes was happy with his side's battling display against Bayern at Old Trafford.
"The players played really well, I'm delighted," he said. "I'm disappointed we conceded a goal, but it was really gutsy and I'm really pleased."
High-class football all-round; sublime knock-down from the Bayern sub, expert finish by Schweini. One-all.
Poor marking by Bayern allows Vidic to steal in and glance a header past Manuel Neuer.
As our pundit Roy Keane said, Welbeck has to decide to slot the ball past the keeper, but instead the Man Utd forward went for the poetic finish and fluffed his lines. Manuel Neuer won that one.
We grabbed a word with David Moyes before kick-off.
Welbeck's foot was high but equally the decision might have gone Man Utd's way.
Unlike in the 1999 Champions League final, Bayern Munich start tonight's game at Old Trafford as very clear favourites. But that's not going to stop us reliving the amazing highlights of "that night in Barcelona".
Sheringham!! Solskjaer!!!! Football, bloody hell.