United have two representatives on the short-list - namely Norman Whiteside and Ryan Giggs.
Whiteside's wonderful curling drive past Neville Southall to earn the Reds a 1-0 victory in the 1985 final against favourites Everton has gone into folklore.
There is little more that can be said about Giggs' classic solo effort that dumped Arsenal out in 1999 and kept the Reds on track for the Treble. The Welshman, on as substitute, embarked on a mazy dribble that ended with a ferocious shot and a celebration that summed up the ecstacy of the moment.
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