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Man Utd V Arsenal (Charity Shield) 32.7.99
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Can you believe it? Manchester United reached the promised land on Wednesday night with the most dramatic European Cup final victory imaginable. After three decades of living in the shadows of the greats of 1968, a team has emerged to stand shoulder to shoulder with them as kings of Europe. Amid unforgettable scenes in Barcelona two goals in injury time turned imminent defeat into the ultimate glory. Teddy Sheringham cancelled out Mario Basler's sixth minute goal and with 3 minutes of stoppage time on the clock Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made history by stabbing the ball into the roof of the Bayern Munich net to not just win the European Cup but complete the treble.
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Manchester United have won the FA Cup and completed another historic double, becoming the first team to win the League and Cup three times. The match didn't start well for United as Roy Keane suffered a recurrence of an ankle injury. But the injury turned to United's gain when Sheringham, on the pitch only 90 seconds as replacement for United's captain, scored an exquisite opening goal. United were always in control from that point on and when Paul Scholes blasted home the second goal shortly after the interval the result was never in doubt. United had numerous chances to score more in a carnival atmosphere at Wembley as Newcastle fell apart and come the final whistle they were worthy winners.