Manchester: Sir Alex Ferguson said Manchester United could not afford to fear Barcelona after setting up a Champions League final showdown with the Spanish giants Schalke 04 on Wednesday. (Also Read: Man Utd thrash Schalke)
United romped into the May 28 showpiece at Wembley after overwhelming Bundesliga outfit Schalke 04 4-1 at Old Trafford with a virtual reserve team, completing a crushing 6-1 aggregate victory. (Also Read: Relief for Ferguson after gamble paid off)
Two goals from Anderson plus one apiece from Antonio Valencia and Darron Gibson fired United into their third Champions League final in four years and a rematch with the team who beat them 2-0 in the 2009 final in Rome.