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The 1999 Champions League final saw the two best sides in Europe play in a final that will be remembered forever.
Manchester United came into the final knowing that the Champions League was the only trophy left needed to complete their treble. Bayern Munich would have completed a double of the Bundesliga and the Champions League if they were able to win the final. Also, Bayern could have completed their own treble if they won the DFB-Pokal that was to be played shortly after the Champions League final.
Bayern were able to take an early lead by means of a Mario Basler free kick. This lead was unable to get extended however, due to Bayern hitting the post multiple times on plays that had beaten the United defense.
With time running out, Man United needed a miracle and they were given one. Off of a corner with every United player forward, Ryan Giggs' shot was veering wide before substitute Teddy Sheringham was able to score to tie the match.
Just over a minute later, United won another corner, and this time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was able to lift a redirection from Sheringham past Oliver Kahn to give United the improbable 2-1 lead and their first European Cup since 1968.
Manchester United's treble of the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup is the only time that any English club has won all three trophies in one season.