Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane believes if David Moyes’ will get through to the Champions League quarter-final tomorrow night, providing they keep a clean sheet.
The Red Devils host Olympiacos in the second leg of their last 16 clash, having lost the first leg 2-0 in Greece in what is regarded as one of their worst performances of the season.
They also lost 3-0 at home to Liverpool on Sunday to leave them languishing in seventh place in the Premier League table in what has been a difficult first season for Moyes. Winning the Champions League gives them their only realistic possibility of qualifying for the tournament next season, but they have never come back from a losing position at this stage of the competition before. Keane – who spent 12 years at United from 1993 to 2005 – said he hopes his former side can bounce back and join fellow Premier League side Chelsea in the last eight.
He told ITV: “If United keep a clean sheet I think they’ll get through – we need to see the real United, they need to bounce back and, fingers crossed, they can do it. ”

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