It's thought that 600-700 million people around the world tune into this fixture, making it the most watched football fixture in world football.
Imagine shitting yourself in front of 700 million people. That's Man Utd.
It would have been more, only Sky scheduled it to clash with Barcelona v Real Madrid and India v Pakistan in cricket, otherwise the audience of this game would be double it at least.
The 90 minutes is over. I’m more interested in the post-match entertainment that is to come… wondering what will unfold…
It's none of our business, so I think we'll leave the latest referendum debate on the mancs management future to someone else.
We've had more than our fair share of days to forget in that rotting rotten dump down the years, but as bad as they were, we never got hit for 5. I said after Villarreal went there recently, that I hoped that if we got the same chances when it was our turn, we would take them. That we did, in a clinical ruthless demonstration of how to rip a badly organised, ill disciplined pub team to shreds.
After 3 trips in 9 months, it's finally over for another year. I would love to knock another 5 past them at home in March. There are still 87 points left to play for, but regardless how the league race ends up, we'll always have this to savour over and over again.