Manchester United will visit the Allianz Arena in the midweek action to take on Bayern Munich in the second leg of the quarter-final match. This Champions League encounters of United take a 1-1 draw against the German outfit in the first leg.

Hence, they come into the second leg with a lot of confidence, which did not appear to be within the United ranks only a few weeks ago. They have the opportunity to at least salvage some pride for the season by reaching the Champions League semi-finals.

Bayern certainly have the advantage due to the away goal that they scored through Bastian Schweinsteiger.

However, winger Ashley Young feels that United have the capability to score a goal at the Allianz Arena and level the tie. Bayern Munich recently launched their formidable unbeaten record after 54 matches when they were beaten 1-0 by Augsburg during the weekend. As a result, they have not won in the last three matches. United, meanwhile, find themselves coming into form at just the right stage after they beat Newcastle 4-0 tracks to goals from Juan Mata during the weekend.

Bayern dominated the possession in the first leg, but it was United who had the better of opportunities with Danny Welbeck being denied by Manuel Neuer.

“We’re aware of Bayern’s great home record but it’s important we concentrate on ourselves and not think about that too much. We can take a lot of confidence from the first leg against Bayern; we know we can create chances and while we have to go there and score, we won’t go crazy straight away because there are 90 minutes to play. We have to make sure we take our chances and hopefully we can defend exactly as we did in the first leg,” said Young, who is expected to be replaced by Kagawa.