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08/12/2008 15:59, Report by Adam Bostock
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Video Vote: Late great goals

This week's Video 5 at 5 poll takes its cue from Nemanja Vidic's dramatic late winner against Sunderland. Which last-gasp goals from the last two seasons would you like to see again?

Take a look at our shortlist below and vote for your favourite at www.manutd.com/polls. The top five will be compiled and published on ManUtd.com at 5 o'clock this Thursday.

Kieran Lee, Crewe Alexandra 1-2 United, 25 Oct 2006
Reds debutant Kieran Lee saved a finely-balanced Carling Cup tie from heading to penalties when he received Alan Smith's crossfield ball and fired home in the 119th minute.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United 2-1 Aston Villa, 7 Jan 2007
On-loan striker Henrik Larsson scored on his debut but it was sub Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who ultimately sent the Reds into the FA Cup fourth round with his injury-time winner.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Fulham 1-2 United, 24 Feb 2007
Ronny's superb 88th-minute solo effort sealed victory when not even Sir Alex thought United deserved to win, and sparked wild celebrations in the stands and dug-out.

John O'Shea, Liverpool 0-1 United, 3 Mar 2007
The Reds staged the mother of all smash and grab raids, surviving sustained pressure and Paul Scholes' red card to snatch all three points with Sheasy's injury-time clincher.

Wayne Rooney, United 3-2 Milan, 24 Apr 2007
Wazza struck in the first minute of added time as United came from behind to clinch victory in a pulsating Champions League encounter at Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo, United 2-1 Sporting Lisbon, 27 Nov 2007
The Portuguese winger hit an injury-time free kick to prolong United's 100 per cent record in the 07/08 Champions League and dump Sporting out of the competition.

Cristiano Ronaldo (pen), United 2-1 Everton, 23 Dec 2007
As time wore on, it seemed a damaging draw was inevitable but with two minutes left, Ryan Giggs went on a winding run and was upended by Stephen Pienaar. Ref

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