London, May 6 (ANI): Manchester United's left back Patrice Evra celebrated his team's semi-final victory against Arsenal by branding the latter a bunch of babies.
Evra claimed the Gunners were totally outclassed throughout the one-sided Champions League semi-final.
The Sun quoted the French international as saying: "It was 11 men against 11 babies. We never doubted ourselves. We have much more experience and that's what made the difference. We were always confident. It should have been that score in the first leg anyway. It is a great United team that won."
"Football today is not only about playing well, it's about winning trophies. Everybody talks about the way Arsenal play but, at the end of the day, it's about winning silverware. At United, we play well and we win. Tactically and technically we were superior. You look at our starting 11 and theirs and you see that we are well above," he said.
United boss Alex Ferguson hailed two-goal hero Cristiano Ronaldo - and insisted no defence in the world can live with the current World Player of the Year.
Fergie said: "Arsenal just couldn't handle Ronaldo tonight. He was the difference between the two teams.
The Portuguese winger admitted: "In the last few games I've felt really, really good. This is a crucial time in the season and the big games are all coming up for us." (ANI)