Test yourself on United in Europe

Test your knowledge and memory of Manchester United's history in Europe with TEAMtalk's Missing Men and Daily Quiz.

Last Updated: 02/10/13 at 08:28 Post Comment

Sir Alex Ferguson: Would he remember the team he picked in Kiev in 2000?

Sir Alex Ferguson: Would he remember the team he picked in Kiev in 2000?

Prepare for the Red Devils' crucial Champions League clash at Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League this evening by taking on Missing Men, which today asks you to name the United starting XI from one of their previous trips to Ukraine - the 0-0 draw with Dynamo Kiev in 2000. TEAMtalk's own Pete Hall stumbled over the line in two minutes, 46 seconds, and he's a United fan. Can you do better?

Then take on our devilishly difficult Daily Quiz - 10 questions on United's history in European competition.

Boast of how quickly you completed Missing Men and how you scored in the Daily Quiz by using the story comments below, or broadcast your brilliance on Twitter. Find us @TEAMtalk.

Good luck!

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