By Ian Worthington
On May 28th 2011 the World's 'best' team, Barcelona, travel to Wembley Stadium in London to take on the power of Manchester United. After destroying Real Madrid and Schalke in their semi-finals, these two giants of World football will do battle for the premier prize in club football. On display will be some of the planet's most talented players in Xavi, Iniesta, Pique, Villa, Bojan, Mascherano, Alves, Rooney, Vidic, Ferdinand, Hernandez, Berbatov, Van der Saar, Evra, and, of course, the very best of all in the Argentinean genius Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi has scored 52 goals so far this season in all competitions - that, by anyone's standards is amazing and will be giving Alex Ferguson and his players countless sleepless nights.
Manchester United's form has gathered pace as the season has progressed. After a slow start, with a number of draws against lower table sides, they have established themselves at the summit of the Premier League table going into the remaining 3 games of the season. They face a massive test against title rivals Chelsea on Sunday 08th May at Old Trafford. Should they win or draw that match they will be highly likely to win the Premier League title, which would see them surpass Liverpool's record for the most league titles.
In Wayne Rooney and Hernandez United have two strikers in red hot form. It will be interesting to see how Alex Ferguson addresses Barcelona's midfield masters in the final. Take part in football skill and fitness challenges against players from all over the World