Andy Cole is up there with the best of them when it comes to Manchester United icons of the years gone by.
The now 47-year-old centre-forward played with the Red Devils from 1995 all the way until 2002, when he joined Blackburn in the January transfer window.
But during his long stay at Old Trafford, Cole managed to light up the faces of the supporters on numerous occasions.
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He played a total of 273 games for Manchester United, scoring 121 goals and also tallying 35 assists in the process.
And of course, all those goals had to bring the team something and they certainly did. Among others, Cole clinched one Champions League trophy and five Premier Leagues in those years.
Now, he has taken to Instagram to share a brilliant artwork he was given as a gift.
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The painting depicts him in the old Manchester United kit and celebrates their Champions League victory from the 1998/99 season.
A brilliant artwork for a brilliant achievement from Cole and the club.