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REAL MADRID star Mesut Özil sees no reason as to why his side can’t overcome Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow evening.
The Madristas are in fine fettle after two accomplished performances saw them sweep aside Barcelona in the Copa del Rey and La Liga in a week.
With spirits high in the camp, Özil remains confident that Real can progress to the quater-finals of Europe’s elite competition if they can play their natural game.
However, Özil is not underestimating United, who have a rich history in the competition.
“It will be a tough game against a very good team, but we showed in the first leg of what we are capable, ” Özil told Spanish paper Marca.
“We were clearly better in the first half, with plenty of chances.
“We have great respect for Manchester, but our goal is to play as we can and we can beat anyone. Whoever can win in Barcelona can win in Manchester.”
Özil was also quick to dispel rumours that he has fallen out with his coach, Jose Mourinho.
He added: “I’m fit, happy to play every week, I have fun on the court. That’s because coach trusts me and he would thank my good performance.
“The media writes a lot about their relationship with the costumes, but I can only say that my relationship with Mourinho is really good.
“He supports me and, for me, is one of the best coaches in the world, if not the best.”
Mesut Özil is confident that Real Madrid have what it takes to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
Ahead of their trip to Old Trafford to meet Manchester United on Tuesday, Oezil said his side were high on confidence following their recent wins over Barcelona.
Real and United go into the clash at 1-1 after the first-leg draw at the Santiago Bernabeu.
“It’s going to be a difficult match against a really good squad, but we already showed what we’re capable of in the first leg. We were clearly better in the first half, with loads of chances,” Oezil told Die Welt.
“We have great respect for United but we aim to play our game; that way we can beat anybody. If you can win in Barcelona, you can win in Manchester.”
The Germany international then went on to voice his delight with Madrid’s success against arch-rivals Barcelona this term.
“I love playing against the best every day,” he added. “Everyone’s watching. Playing against Barcelona is an enormous motivation. The Clasico has huge repercussions and eliminating them from the Copa was fantastic.
“We’ve proved that we can play against them strength to strength. We won the Super Cup against them and we’ve eliminated them from the Copa. We’re proud.”
Real Madrid star Mesut Özil says there are no problems between him and head coach Jose Mourinho.
The Germany international, who has scored five times in all competitions for Real so far this campaign, expressed optimism for what his side can achieve this year in the wake of back-to-back wins over Barcelona.
“We are a team, and if you look at how successful we play, you cannot doubt that everything is alright within our squad,” the 24-year-old told Welt am Sonntag.
“If we weren’t a unit, we wouldn’t be able to beat Barcelona. We treat each other respectfully; we’re like a small family.
“I get along very well with Jose Mourinho. He supports me wherever he can and for me, he’s one of the best coaches, if not the best coach in the world.”
Real sealed victory in their Copa del Rey semi-final on Tuesday with a 3-1 win at Camp Nou before beating Barca once more on Saturday, this time 2-1 in La Liga, and Oezil suggested that the team are in a good position to build on that success.
“If you play for Real Madrid, winning titles is an obligation,” the former Werder Bremen star continued.
“That’s why we’re looking forward to the Copa del Rey final and are determined to proceed to the next round in the Champions League as well.
“Our goal is to win both the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.
“Real Madrid against Bayern Munich would be a cool (Champions League) final, but there’s still a long way to go.”
Real sit third in La Liga with 55 points from 26 fixtures, still 13 points behind Barcelona, and travel to face Manchester United for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Tuesday with the score at 1-1.
Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid’s German footballer, gave an extensive interview to the newspaper Die Welt, of his native country, which has throbbed the Champions League game on Tuesday against the whites will face United at Old Trafford, and assured that “who can win in Barcelona, can win in Manchester.” also referred to the Classics with Barcelona, Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Bayern Munich and his personal moment.
“I love to play every couple of days against the best of the best, is a great thing. Everybody is watching. Especially greatly motivates me to play against Barcelona. The Classic has a huge impact haberles removed from the Cup is sensational. ”
Has played six games against Barcelona
“Of course it is still special to face them. Barcelona is the current reference and we showed we can play against them from power to power. We have won the Super Cup and the Cup We removed proud. Only in the League, Unfortunately, we have fallen short. ”
Goodbye to La Liga?
“Admittedly, the club has been outstanding in the league. Was an important title for us because in Madrid titles are required. So our goal now is to win the Cup and the Champions League. In the league, Barcelona has all possibilities, but we still have goals grands.’s season can still be a great success. A player should not ever be up early. ”
The rematch at OLD TRAFFORD
“It will be a tough game against a very good team, but we showed in the first leg of what we are capable. Went clearly better in the first half, with plenty of chances. We have great respect for Manchester, but our goal is play like we can and we can beat anyone. Whoever can win in Barcelona can win in Manchester “.
Jose Mourinho ON
“I am fit, happy to play every week, I have fun on the court. That’s because coach trusts me and he would appreciate my good performance. The media writes a lot about his relationship with the costumes, but I just I can say that my relationship with Mourinho is really good. supports me and, for me, is one of the best coaches in the world, if not the best. ”
ANTI-GROUP? Mourinho in the locker room?
“That’s rubbish.’re A team and if we were not together we would not have won in Barcelona. Everyone is friendly to each other, we are like a small family. I never said I would go if Mourinho still, that’s a nonsense “.
PEP and Bayern
“In Madrid we have not talked about it, in the selection, yes.’s One of the best coaches in the world and has won many titles with Barcelona amazing. Now is determined to do even better at Bayern. But I do not know him personally I have never spoken to him, so I can not judge him as a person. ”
José Mourinho has named a 24-man squad for the second leg of the round of the last 16 in the Champions League between Real Madrid and Manchester United this Tuesday (8:45pm, La 1). With the exception of Nacho, who is playing for Castilla today in Ponferrada, the whole squad will make the trip to Manchester.
REAL MADRID’S SQUAD
Goalkeepers: Iker Casillas, Antonio Adan, Diego López and Jesús Fernández.
Defenders: Sergio Ramos, Alvaro Arbeloa, Marcelo, Raul Albiol, Raphael Varane, Pepe, Fabio Coentrão and Ricardo Carvalho.
Midfielders: Luka Modric, Xabi Alonso, Sami Khedira, Mesut Özil, Kaká, Jose Maria Callejón, Angel Di María and Michael Essien.
Forwards: Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gonzalo Higuaín and Álvaro Morata.