Paul Scholes scored plenty of outrageous goals for Manchester United – but one stands out in particular as Gary Neville’s favourite.
In 718 appearances for the Red Devils, Scholes scored 155 times for the club, including a number of spectacular efforts.
He sat down with former team-mate Neville to discuss some of his best strikes for the club.
The former England midfielder appears typically nonchalant as he analyses beautiful goal after beautiful goal, while Neville tries admirably to claim assists for some of Scholes’ brilliance.
Watch the full clip below, featuring Neville highlighting his favourite, a dig at Gabor Kiraly and his tracksuit bottoms, and an explanation for *that* kiss between the two players.
There is, however, one notable admission: arguably his finest hour.
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