Ryan Giggs could play his 1,000th senior game today when Manchester United take on Norwich this afternoon at Old Trafford. Kick off is at 3pm.
The 39-year-old Welshman's first debut was against Everton at the age of 18 on the 2 March 1991.
Earlier this week, he signed a one-year contract that secures him a 23rd season with the Red Devils.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson paid tribute to the player's achievement saying:
"What an incredible career. He seems to reach a new milestone every week. It's unique in the modern game, but I think it's more than that - I don't think it will ever be achieved again by anyone."
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