Manchester United: Barcelona 99 and 10 Greatest Moments of the Ferguson Era

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Manchester United: Barcelona 99 and 10 Greatest Moments of the Ferguson Era
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In 1999, Sir Alex Ferguson at last matched the achievement of his mentor and illustrious predecessor, Sir Matt Busby by winning the European Champions League in Barcelona.

Few Manchester United fans will ever forget this moment when Solskjaer scored. It's one of those "I remember where I was when..." experiences.

There have been a multitude of special moments in Fergie's 25-year reign. Each of you will treasure your own and can replay them in your mind.

Here, we set forth a selection for you to relive. Once again the choice was daunting and once again they are not in any particular order. Some are significant for their impact at the time; some marked a turning point, or were the culmination of a long-term effort. Please add your own in the comments section.

The 'next 10' that didn't make it were:

Beating Porto 4-0 in the 1997 ECL semi-final

Beating Roma 7-1 in the 2007 ECL quarter-final

Beating Arsenal 3-1 in the 2008 ECL semi-final

Manchester United 8 Arsenal 2

Manchester United 6 Arsenal 1 on the way to winning the 2000 EPL by 18 points

Rooney's goal against City 2011

Rooney's hat-trick on debut against Fenerbahce 2004

Manchester United 1 Barcelona 0 in 2008 - Paul Scholes' goal

Solskjaer's four goals in 10 minutes off the bench against Forest in 1999

United's 5-2 comeback to beat Spurs and win the EPL in 2009

So here's Barcelona 1999 and the next 10 best moments in Sir Alex Ferguson's reign...

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