London, Apr.28 (ANI): Ryan Giggs is ready to re-enact one of the most famous goal celebrations in history.
It is 10 years since Giggs skipped past four players on a 60-yard run before smashing in a sensational late goal to beat Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final at Villa Park.
The Welsh wizard was so overcome by the emotion of the occasion that he whipped his shirt off, whirling it round his head and kept running all the way back to the half-way line.
Giggs admits he might just expose that rippling torso all over again if he gets the winner against the Gunners which clinches United's place in the Champions League final in Rome.Recalling that amazing night in 1999, Giggs said: "It was a great moment for me personally and for the team. It was a massive turning point in the season that ended in the Treble. That's what football is all about. You never know what's going to happen next. I used to say I would never do it again but you never know. If you score an important winning goal again in the last minute you might just do it."
At the venerable age of 35, Giggs remains a key figure in United's assault on the Quadruple.
He has spent more than 20 years at Old Trafford and his PFA award from his fellow pros is a fitting tribute to a magnificent career. (ANI)