After beating Juventus, Manchester United faced off against Bayern Munich in Barcelona's Camp Nou to decide who would win the 1999 Champions League final.
In just the sixth minute, Bayern struck first as Mario Basler scored off a free kick past Peter Schmeichel to giver Bayern Munich a 1-0 lead. After the goal, Bayern continued to attack the Man United goal, but were continuously denied by both the post, and Schmeichel (who was playing his final ever game for United).
With Bayern dominating the game, Alex Ferguson decided to bring in Teddy Sheringham for Jesper Blomqvist in the 67th minute, and Ole Gunnar Solskjær for Andy Cole in the 81st minute, causing United to attack the Bayern net more.
But as stoppage time approached, United were still down 1-0 to Bayern, but after three minutes of stoppage time were introduced, United got a corner, and Schmeichel came up for the corner. After David Beckham took the corner, the ball deflected to Ryan Giggs, whose shot was redirected in by Sheringham, tying the game at one.
And after that improbable goal, Solskjær won a corner, and Beckham's corner went to Sheringham, who headed it to Solskjær, who kicked the ball into the net, giving Manchester United a 2-1 lead with almost no time left on the clock.
After one final chance by Bayern, referee Pierluigi Collina blew the final whistle, clinching Manchester United their second Champions League title, and became the first English team to win the treble.
With the win, Manchester United became the first English team to win the Champions League since Liverpool in 1984, and just several days later, Alex Ferguson got knighted for his services to football with the historic treble, and the 1998-1999 Manchester United team is remembered as one of the greatest football teams of all time.