Manchester United beat Nottingham Forest 8-1 in 1999 but what happened to the players?
As Manchester United head to the City Ground for the first time in almost 24 years, it won't take much jogging of the memory to recall their last outing there.
Back in 1999, as Alex Ferguson's brilliant team battled their way to an improbable Treble, Nottingham Forest found themselves on the wrong end of a brutal beating.
The 8-1 scoreline sent gasps around the nation and was the Premier League's record away win for two decades until Leicester won 9-0 at Southampton.
The ironic thing is that when Ferguson sent on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for Roy Keane in the 71st minute, with United coasting 4-1 thanks to doubles from Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole, he told the Norwegian just to keep the ball and preserve energy.
Instead, Solskjaer plundered four goals in the space of 13 minutes and 48 seconds, turning a routine away win for United into a record-breaking one.
The day before, Solskjaer had been spotted buying a new pair of boots in the Trafford Centre, which nicely encapsulated his unassuming nature.
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