Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho believes his side’s visit to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the Champions League on Tuesday will put the entire world on hold.
The La Liga giants will enter the tie knowing they have to score, following their first-leg 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu.
And while the ‘Special One’ clearly recognises the match will be played on a worldwide stage, the Portuguese boss admitted he is unsure who has the upper-hand ahead of the game.
"Who knows what will make the difference?" Mourinho said. "That is the $1million question.
"Tomorrow the world will stop for this tie.
"They are on a fantastic run, better than ever this season.
"But we are also in good form in 2013. We have lost one match."
Mourinho also suggested the Red Devil’s impressive form this season has already clinched the Premier League title in their favour, and added that Tuesday’s match-up reads more like a final, rather than a last-16 tie.
“They haven’t lost a match in months, they’re in the FA Cup quarter-final and have won the Premier League in March.
"It doesn't look a tie, it looks a final. Let's see which teams are at Wembley, but I doubt the expectation can be bigger than this."