That is the view of Wales manager and legendary Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs.
United and Sevilla go into tonight’s last-16 second-leg clash at Old Trafford level after the first leg ended 0-0 in Spain.
Giggs says the Red Devils must be wary of conceding an away goal after failing to get one themselves three weeks ago.
But he is confident they will be too strong for the La Liga side tonight.
“It’s always a dangerous score, 0-0,” Giggs told ESPN.
“We had it a few times, we went to Real Madrid, drew 0-0 and everyone thought it was a great result.
“But you’re always susceptible to that away goal which counts as double obviously.
“It’s not over but you see the strength of United at home, they don’t get beat very often.
“I think they’ll go through and I think they’ll go through quite comfortable.”
Paul Pogba could return to the Manchester United side after missing the 2-1 Premier League win over Liverpool on Saturday due to injury.
Source : EXPRESS