On May 22, 2004, Manchester United beat Millwall 3-0 in the FA Cup final at the Millennium Stadium – but how well can you remember their starting XI that day?
United broke the deadlock in the 44th minute and a second-half brace from their No.9 made it a comfortable win against the Championship side.
It proved to be the last time that Sir Alex Ferguson lifted the FA Cup and we’re asking you to name the starting Xl that he selected.
“You have to respect your opponents at all times and never take them for granted,” Ferguson told the BBC after the match.
“It took most of the first half to open them up.
“We have professional players and expect a professional performance. I’m proud of everyone attached to the club.
“You always set out at the start of the season at this club to try and win a trophy and we’ve done that. I’m very pleased for the players and for the fans.”
If you fancy another brain-teaser after completing this, why not have a go at naming Man Utd’s XI from Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game in 2013?
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