Real Madrid's Kaká confident of overcoming Manchester United to reach quarter-finals
Real Madrid playmaker Kaká is confident that his side can beat Manchester United on Tuesday evening to progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Real and United drew 1-1 at the Bernabeu in the first leg after Cristiano Ronaldo cancelled out Danny Welbeck's strike.
Despite the fact the English side have an away goal, the Brazilian midfielder is confident Los Blancos will reach the next round.
He told the club’s official website: "Every player wants to play a match like this.
"We came off the first leg in the Bernabeu with the feeling that we could have won the game and that we can equalise the draw in England and win.
"Manchester is really strong but we're going to Old Trafford with confidence.
"It's a traditionally European squad that always goes far in the competitions they play in. They also have really sold individual players like [Wayne] Rooney and [Robin] van Persie.
"The stadium is fantastic, just like the ambience and the fans."
Madrid will be full of confidence following their back-to-back Cope del Rey and La Liga wins over rivals Barcelona recently.
However, José Mourinho’s side still trail league leaders Barca by 13 points, meaning their main focus will be to overcome United and progress in their European campaign.