ManUtd.com's journalists tackle the big questions ahead of Tuesday's decider…
Ronaldo - to cheer or not, and should we make special plans to stop him?
Nick Coppack: Don’t get me wrong, Cristiano Ronaldo was the most exciting footballer to pull on a United shirt since George Best. But Tuesday’s game can’t be about him or any sort of ‘homecoming’. There’s a spot in the Champions League quarter-finals at stake, something far more important than showering Cristiano with praise and singing his name. I think Old Trafford will acknowledge him, sure - maybe even applaud him before kick-off - but United fans should, and undoubtedly will, focus their support wholly on the 11 men in red.
Last time Real came to OT, in 2003, it was a bittersweet night as United won 4-3 but went out on aggregate. Were you proud or peeved?
Adam Marshall: There was little doubt that the 4-3 win in 2003 was a thoroughly entertaining game of football but the tie always seemed out of United’s reach. Going 4-1 down on aggregate after only 10 minutes deflated the mood and Ronaldo’s hat-trick strike left the Reds needing a miracle in terms of scoring four more times. David Beckham came