1999 FA Cup Semi-Final Goal vs. Arsenal

Even though it was back in 1999 and Ryan Giggs had another 15 years more to play, his goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup Semi-final is regarded as one of his best ever moments. When all the factors were put together, everyone will agree that Giggs will surely never ever forget the feeling of scoring this vital goal, which led to an unforgettable season. Manchester United were one man down, with a 1-1 draw and 10 minutes left inside second half extra time when Giggs produced this magical solo effort.

With the odds stacked against United, the Welshman picked up a loose Patrick Viera pass inside his own half before unleashing a dribbling run pass Martin Keown and Lee Dixon, who at the time were rock solid, before firing pass David Seaman into the roof of the Gunners net, bringing his side into the finals, where they eventually beat Newcastle 2-0 and were crown FA Cup champions.


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