Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has labelled his red card against Inter as "too much" and is confident of a result against Manchester United.
Gomes, 29, was given his marching orders in the mid-week 4-3 Champions League defeat after he felled Jonathan Biabiany in the penalty area. Speaking to Sky Sports News, the Brazil international believed the decision only merited a caution.
"It's difficult for me to watch the game on TV after I was sent off. I think a red card from the referee is too much," Gomes said.
"If he's given me a yellow card, that's OK. I didn't go to make a challenge, I went to save the ball.
"It was a difficult game for us with 10 men, but the lads did OK."
Spurs travel next weekend to Old Trafford for a crucial Premier League clash. With United set to be without Wayne Rooney and yet to hit top gear, Gomes stated he "believe[s] in his team."
The ex-PSV Eindhoven shot stopper added: "They are still Manchester United and a big team, with big history. You need to go there full of confidence, but we know how difficult it is to play there.
"But, I believe in my team. I believe that in a great moment you can make a great game there."