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ROME - Inter Milan coach Jose "Special One" Mourinho hailed Manchester United as the best counter-attacking team in the world ahead of the pair's Champions League clash tomorrow.
The battle at the San Siro between the champions of Italy and their visitors, who hold the titles of English, European and world champions, is the most mouth-watering of all the second round pairings in Europe's premier competition.
And Mourinho is under no illusions as to who the favourites are but he wants his team to relax and go out to express themselves when Sir Alex Ferguson's team arrives in town.
"I don't want my players to feel under pressure, I want them to enjoy themselves and the first thing I will tell them is that I have great belief in their ability to win it," said the Portuguese boss.
"I've known Manchester since 2004, they're the best counter-attacking team in the world and can kill their opponents in transition (from defence to attack).
"They have (Dimitar) Berbatov, who has fantastic technical qualities and then (Cristiano) Ronaldo, (Wayne) Rooney, (Carlos) Tevez or Park (Ji-sung) who can make the difference, give them width and pace. Our concentration will have to be spot on."
Mourinho first pitted his wits against Ferguson at the same stage in 2004 and a late equaliser from his Porto team at Old Trafford gave them a 3-2 aggregate victory, after which they went on to lift the trophy.
That earned Mourinho a move to Chelsea and he enjoyed an excellent record against Ferguson while with the Londoners, beating United to the title in 2005 and 2006 and wresting the FA Cup away from them in 2007.
"From now we are totally focussed on the challenge against Manchester United," said Mourinho.
"I will tell the players that I have great belief in their ability to qualify for the next round and like the derby (against AC Milan) I expect it to be a great match."
Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar, who made several fine stops in Saturday's 2-1 victory at Bologna, said: "We have no reason to fear anyone." - Sapa-AFP
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