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Pictures: Manchester United's 1999 Champions League victory

"And Solskjaer has won it ... " It's the line that sums up the drama of the 1999 Champions League final between Manchester United and Bayern Munich better than any other. United's hopes of an unprecedented treble were slipping away as Bayern led in the Nou Camp with the game heading into stoppage time. Mario Basler's early free-kick had given the German side the lead. There was so little time left that the trophy was being taken to the side of the pitch ready for the presentation adorned in Bayern colours. But what followed was one of the most dramatic ends to a football match anywhere, let alone a Champions League final. First, substitute Teddy Sheringham turned in Ryan Giggs' scuffed shot to draw United level. Then, with most minds turned to extra time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stabbed Sheringham's flick-on into the roof off the net to seal the most unbelievable of comebacks. Relive the game with a selection of pictures from that dramatic day.......

Manchester side to face Bayern Munich

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