I believe that on a good day Real is better than Man Utd, but it's a fact that Man Utd are more consistent troughout the season.
Actually they are probably the best team in Europe in this aspect. Whether you like Man Utd or not, you still have to respect the fact that they always go to win, it could be playing away to Wimbledon, Bradford or Arsenal.
Congrats to Man Utd for the Premiership title. I think Van Nisterlooj (spelling??) is a very good buy, but you guys should more look for some quality defenders...
Just because Real beat Man utd on that night does not make them better overall, and certainly not the best in the world. Man Utd had just as many chances in that game, but Real scored with the chances they had, Man Utd's chances were either saved briliantly by Casillas or they just put it wide.
I thought Man Utd played better throughout the game, but I'm glad Real progresses.
On a different note, Man Utd have just won the League title having scored an increddible 87 goals in 34 matches, Real's hopes have all but faded after going down 4-2 to Racing Santander, and Real have scored just 54 goals in 34 matches, the price for over-confidence will eventually be paid, Real's second to none chance of winning the treble is now no chance what so ever, theyv'e dropped to 4th, with 4 games to play, 5 points behind the leaders who have a game in hand.
Well Real lost to another lower ranked Spanish team...4-2 i think.
Maybe the Spanish League is more competitive but Real's chance of winning the Spanish league is pretty much over. (from what I heard)
On the other hand Man United won the league with four games left...
Perhaps the EPL is easier than the Spanish League or Man Utd are more consistent than Real...you decide.
win the champion's league...?
and if they do win again, not by 2 goals in last 2 mins
not have the other team dominate the game for 90 mins
win the world club championship, and if you dont win, dont say that you didnt care about it. if you hadnt, would you have sent your best players?