Real Madrid's back-to-back victories over Barcelona have given them fresh momentum ahead of the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie at Manchester United on Tuesday.
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson (R) and player Wayne Rooney attend a training session in Manchester on March 4, 2013, ahead of their Champions League match against Real Madid. Real's victories over Barcelona have given them momentum ahead of their clash at United on Tuesday.
Prior to the 1-1 draw between the teams three weeks ago, the season had appeared to be ebbing away from the Spanish champions, with Barca having assembled a seemingly unassailable 16-point lead in La Liga.
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