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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Barcelona vs Manchester United Live Stream Free Final UEFA Champions League 2011

The game is already anticipated in the 2011 UEFA Champions League between Manchester United vs Barcelona. This will be the 11th meeting between Barcelona and Manchester United in all competitions. Balanced with a perfect record of three wins and four draw and 10 previous meetings have seen a grand total of 31 goals, averaging 3.1 per game.

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Prediction: United will be facing the toughest test Barcelona this season and it's hard to imagine the Spanish dominate as they did in 2009. One felt a piece of magic from one of the world-class players at the event will win the game.

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UEFA Champions League 2011 Final
18:45 +00:00, May 28, 2011
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Manchester United player to watch: Edwin Van der Sar. The last time the Dutchman will ever pull on a United shirt could be the greatest moment of his career, or one of the worst. A truly great goalkeeper, Van der Sar's agility and bravery mark him out above his peers but it is his consistency that makes him such a prized asset and he has the best saves-to-shots ratio in the competition this season, having saved 31 of 35 shots faced. Also becoming the first goalkeeper ever to keep 50 clean sheets in the Champions League, he has been a rock at the back for United as they have embarked on an incredible defensive run, but he will have to be at his commanding best if he is to keep the magical Messi quiet and seal his place in record books as the oldest player to win the trophy.

Barcelona player to watch: Andres Iniesta. In 2009, it was Iniesta who took the plaudits for a dominant performance in the middle of midfield and, since then, he has continued to improve - including netting the winning goal in the World Cup final. Not the biggest of central midfielders, he uses his body exceptionally well and can be a tough customer to knock off the ball, but it is his vision and passing skills that make him such a dangerous opponent. As he has shown this year already he can step up on the big occasion and will be a vital player in Barcelona's passing game. He could be the man unlock the miserly United defence.

Key battle: Nemanja Vidic v Lionel Messi. The Premier League's best defender by a long shot, Vidic has oozed confidence this season and when he is partnered with Rio Ferdinand, United look unbeatable. The Serbian's power, pace and reading of the game mean that Barcelona will find a tough obstacle in their way, but they have the world's best player to help them break down the wall. Messi, playing as a 'false nine' will not be giving Vidic his usual test of aerial and physical challenges, and instead will drop deep and run at his man with the ball at his feet. The Argentine can be unstoppable on his day - although he has never scored on English soil in the Champions League - and the United defence will be keen to avoid a repeat of the 2009 final, when he scored a rare headed goal.