Bayern Munich v Manchester United team news: Wayne Rooney starts for United despite chipped toe
England forward missed the club's last match against Newcastle on Saturday
The news Manchester United fans had been waiting for. Wayne Rooney will start for the club tonight in their crucial Champions League quarter-final second-leg tie against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Rooney had picked up a toe injury in the first leg, which ended 1-1 at Old Trafford last week and missed the 4-0 victory at Newcastle on Saturday.
David Moyes has picked an attacking line-up, with Shinji Kagwa and Danny Welbeck also starting. United, of course, have to score to progress.
Man United: De Gea; Jones, Smalling, Vidic, Evra; Fletcher, Carrick; Valencia, Rooney, Kagawa; Welbeck. Subs: Lindegaard, Büttner, Ferdinand, Giggs, Januzaj, Young, Hernandez.
Bayern: Neuer; Lahm, Boateng, Dante, Alaba; Kroos; Robben, Muller, Gotze, Ribery; Mandzukic. Subs: Raeder (gk), Van Buyten, Rafinha, Pizarro, Weihrauch, Wieser, Hojbjerg.
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