WATCH: My GOTW - Raul and Robben square off in Old Trafford stunners

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Goal's My Goal of the Week series continues with a look at two classic UEFA Champions League strikes in Manchester - but which was better?

Home of Manchester United, Old Trafford has witnessed some magical nights in the UEFA Champions League.

The Theatre of Dreams has time and again inspired some of the great performances and hosted no shortage of memorable goals.

And Arjen Robben’s no doubt rates among the best.

The Dutch winger stunned the hosts back in 2010, hitting Franck Ribery’s corner first-time on the volley to send Bayern through to UEFA Champions League semi-finals on away goals.

But it wasn’t the first time Old Trafford had been stunned by a moment of individual brilliance at this stage of the competition.

A decade previously, Fernando Redondo produced one of the UEFA Champions League’s all-time great moments of trickery when he backheeled the ball through the legs of Henning Berg before squaring for Raul to slide the ball home from close range.

But which was better?

Which goal is better?

Old Trafford has witnessed some classic UCL goals... but which was better - Robben's volley or Raul finishing Redondo's work? Posted by Goal.com on Wednesday, 11 April 2018

As we've done throughout the group stage of this season's Champions League with other classic strikes, Goal put Robben and Raul's goals to some keen observers, asking them to debate which was their Goal of the Week, brought to you by Nissan.

This time, Seb and Spencer FC of Hashtag United got together ahead of the quarter-finals to debate which Old Trafford stunner is best. Catch their debate in the video above. 

Who gets your vote?

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