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Giggs' most memorable moments

Ryan Giggs' next game will be his 1,000th competitive senior appearance for club and country.

It is yet another remarkable milestone in the most phenomenal career of modern times, which is set to earn the Manchester United veteran his 13th Premier League title later this season.

May 1994. Manchester United striker Ryan Giggs with Eric Cantona Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire
April 1999. The goal that defined his career. United vs Arsenal FA cup semi final. Credit: David Jones/PA Wire
April 1999. Giggs celebrates with teammates after final whistle of FA cup semi final. Credit: David Jones/PA wire

The goal that defined his career. Down to 10 men following Roy Keane's dismissal and kept alive by Peter Schmeichel's penalty save, Giggs seizes on a loose ball inside his own half and roars forward.

Lee Dixon is the last man beaten before the shot careers past a startled David Seaman to send United to Wembley. Voted the best FA Cup moment of all time.

February 2003. Giggs celebrates scoring against Juventus. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Juventus 0 Manchester United 3

After bearing the brunt of intense criticism earlier in the season, Giggs provides a reminder of his class on one of United's great European nights.

The pick of his brace was a right-footed effort Gianluigi Buffon could not keep out.

May 2003. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson (right) with player Ryan Giggs. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Manager Sir Alex Ferguson and Ryan Giggs holding eight bottles of champagne representing their eight Premiership title wins.

August 2008. Manchester United's Ryan Giggs (left) and Rio Ferdinand with the Premier League and Champions League trophies in 2008. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire
August 2012. Giggs in action for Great Britain. Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

South Korea 1 - Great Britain 1. (South Korea won 5-4 on penalties)

The night when Giggs found out what so many of his United colleagues felt like.

Aaron Ramsey missed a penalty to put Team GB ahead, and Daniel Sturridge missed one in the shoot-out to send Giggs out at the quarter-final stage of his only international tournament.

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