You're going out, Jose! United star Giggs fires warning to Inter Milan boss

25 February 2009 10:27
Ryan Giggs insists Manchester United

will send Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan crashing out of the Champions League when they square up again at Old Trafford.

The two sides shared a goalless draw in the first leg at the San Siro last night to leave the last 16 tie wide open.

Former Chelsea boss Mourinho is confident that Inter can dump the holders out of the competition in their crunch showdown on March 11.

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But Giggs believes United will have no trouble progressing in the second leg if they can repeat last night's impressive display in Italy.

'It's still a tricky tie and we would have liked to have scored that away goal,' said the veteran midfielder.

'But if we perform like we did last night then we'll win at Old Trafford. Experience is going to be very important.

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'Inter are a top side and they have got goals in them. We will have to defend well and make sure we put our chances away.'

Giggs reckons United's quality will shine through in the second leg despite last night's failure to score a crucial away goal.

'It was a good performance, and it was just a shame we couldn't score that all-important away goal because it could have been vital,' he added.

'We completely outplayed them in the first half and we were really pleased with the performance. We knew they would come out strong in the second half but we were still able to create chances, which was pleasing.

'I thought we played well throughout, we looked good on the ball and there was great movement within the team. We felt confident and that showed in our performance.'

The Welshman is now turning his attention to the Carling Cup final against Tottenham.

'Everyone's really looking forward to the final on Sunday and we all hope we can get the result we want and win the trophy,' said Giggs.

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