Bayern Munich ace Arjen Robben insists all the pressure is on Manchester United ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League showdown between the two sides.
The Germans take a 2-1 lead into the second leg at Old Trafford aiming to finish off the job and book their place in the semi-finals.
Robben, who is winning his battle to be fit for the game after missing the first leg with a calf problem, believes Bayern can pile the pressure on United with an away goal.
Pressure"The pressure is massively on the shoulders of the United players," Robben told the Daily Star.
"They know all we need is one goal and the game could be over.
"They would find it almost impossible to come back from that.
"We have already shown we can beat the English team and we are confident we can do it again."
Former Chelsea star Robben admits he is desperate to feature against United and he is hoping Wayne Rooney fails to recover from his ankle problem to play for the home side.
"I am desperate to play. It was really hard for me to sit and watch the last game without being able to get on the pitch," added Robben.
"We just hope Rooney does not make it as he is so important for United."