Bulgarian ex-footballer and former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, has given his verdict on the possible outcome of the crunch fixture involving Manchester United and Leicester City on Sunday, and it’s close!
United visit the King Power stadium on the final day of the season, hoping to avoid defeat, if they’re to be a part of Europe’s biggest football competition next term, and Berbatov believes it will be a keenly contested affair.
Speaking on the match, under his column for Metro, the former Man United forward wrote, “Well, this is the big one, it’s a massive game for both teams. The players just need to go out onto the, do their job and win the game. That is easier said than done, you can scream, shout and motivate yourself as much as you like in the dressing room but sometimes the moment you step onto the pitch you s**t your pants.
“It will be a tense moment because we all know what is on the line, in this case both sets of players will know. The confidence must be there, the United players just need to stay focused and get the job done.
“It’s difficult for me to predict this one, but I really hope United can get the job done and qualify for the Champions League.”
Berbatov went on to predict a 2-1 victory in United’s favour, and a 3-3 draw in the game involving Chelsea and Wolves, which could have a say in how the top four shapes up tomorrow.