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Champions League photos

Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho and Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson

Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho renews his acquaintance with Manchester United counterpart Sir Alex Ferguson at the San Siro as the Champions League resumes with the first knockout round

Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho shares a joke with

Mourinho boasts a formidable record against Ferguson, having only lost once in 10 meetings when he was Chelsea boss

Manchester United players training at the San Siro

United beat Inter 3-1 in the quarter-finals 10 years ago - Ryan Giggs (pictured right), Gary Neville and Paul Scholes all played in that game

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson meets David Beckham

David Beckham also played in that team which went on to win an historic treble - he is currently on loan with Inter rivals AC Milan

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson chats to Cristiano Ronaldo

But Ferguson will also be well aware of United's record in Italy with just three wins and two draws in 15 games

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson speaks to his players

However, if the Red Devils avoid defeat in Milan, they will extend their unbeaten run in the competition to a record 20 matches

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger helps set up a training session

In London, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is busy readying his side for the visit of another Italian side, Roma

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger talks to his players

The Gunners are unbeaten at home in 22 Champions League matches - Chelsea were the last side to beat them, 2-1 in 2004



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see also
Inter Milan v Man Utd
23 Feb 09 |  Man Utd
Arsenal v Roma
23 Feb 09 |  Europe
Wenger unhappy to lose Arshavin
23 Feb 09 |  Europe


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