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Manchester United v Galatasaray 1993 - Welcome to Hell

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Galatasaray AŞ hopes to build on their victory at CFR 1907 Cluj as they go after a first European home win since 2009 against Group H winners Manchester United FC at Turk Telekon Arena in Istanbul on November 20th.

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And Galatasaray will seek to avenge their 1-0 matchday one loss at Old Trafford when they host Group H winners Manchester United FC.

United is assured top spot after four wins, and Galatasaray can build on their first victory, they will strengthen their hold on second place.

Ryan Giggs will never forget his first visit to Istanbul in the Champions League second knockout round, second leg against Galatasaray away in Turkey.

'I remember it vividly. It will always stick with me,' said Giggs.

United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson said United were "exposed to as much hostility and harassment as I have ever known on a football expedition".

At that match in 1993, Man Utd's Eric Cantona was escorted off the pitch by police to ensure his safety after he snapped and was sent off during the last clash between Galatasaray and Manchester United in Istanbul.

"It was a terrifying business which had nothing to do with sport, and can be categorized objectively as an absolute disgrace," said Gary Pallister in his autobiography. "A number of United players were assaulted by police; Steve Bruce was almost maimed by a flying brick; and 164 United fans were thrown in the cells without food or drink and then deported for the crime of breathing in oxygen.

"After more than three decades of reporting British involvement in the European Cup, it is difficult to remember another occasion when genuinely outstanding challengers from this country fell so pathetically short of their true standards on a foreign ground," Hugh McIlvanney reported in the Observer.

Hundreds of Galatasaray fans were chanting at the Man United side when they arrived at the airport in Istanbul.

"Wellcome to the Hell!" read a banner.

On the day of the match, Turkish fans arrived eight - nine hours before the game and began to build up their passion by chanting.

"The most incredible noise I've ever experienced in my life," said Gary Neville, who at the time was an 18-year-old.

"They were tough and wily," said Keane in his autobiography. "They pulled every stroke in the book."

"There can be no excuse for that terrible performance and I'm not going to waste time looking for one," said Ferguson in the aftermath of the game. "It was depressing to see how completely frustrated our fellas were when Galatasaray man-marked everybody."

"Och, you bet. I'll no' be going back," said Fergie.

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