On the 29th April 2008, Manchester United played their return leg against an iconic Barcelona side in the Champions League semi-final.
The teams were evenly matched after the first-leg ended 0-0 at the Nou Camp with Cristiano Ronaldo failing to give United a crucial advantage with a missed penalty.
But after 14 minutes had been played at Old Trafford, Paul Scholes provided the decisive moment with a moment of magic.
Scholes picked up the ball around 25 yards from goal and hit a pile driver of a volley past a helpless Victor Valdes into the top corner.
Arguably the most talented midfielder of his generation had delivered when Sir Alex Ferguson needed it most.
United went on to win the third European Cup in their history with a penalty shootout triumph over Chelsea in Moscow.
Relive the goal below, courtesy of the UEFA Champions League…
— MUFC Scoop (@MUFCScoop) April 29, 2020