This week's Video 5 at 5 poll sees us take a look back at some memorable moments against Chelsea. But which one would you most like to relive?
Read our shortlist below and vote for your favourite at www.manutd.com/polls. The top five will be compiled and shown on ManUtd.com at 17:00 (five o'clock) on Thursday.
Paul Scholes, 21 October 1995
A brilliant team goal. United teased and tormented Chelsea before Cantona fed Scholes with a pinpoint ball and the free-scoring midfielder lashed it in at the near post.
Ryan Giggs, 21 October 1995
A trademark goal from Giggsy as he twisted the Chelsea defence inside-out before sliding the ball into the far corner with the deftest of finishes.
Phil Neville, 28 February 1998
A goal from the unlikeliest of scorers, Neville kept his cool to find the corner of the net and give United the win.
Dwight Yorke, 24 April 2000
A poacher's goal, Yorke pounced on a loose ball to give United a 3-2 win and avenge their heavy defeat at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season.
Paul Scholes, 20 April 2002
The midfielder set the Reds on the road to a comfortable win by smashing home this cracker from 30 yards past a helpless Carlo Cudicini.
Diego Forlan, 18 January 2003
The Uruguayan had a knack of netting crucial goals, none more so than a last-minute winner against the Blues in 2003, leading MUTV commentator Steve Bower to declare him “A legend with a capital L.”
Darren Fletcher, 6 November 2005
The Scottish international looped a header over Petr Cech and as all of Old Trafford held its breath, the ball dropped into the net to give the Reds a 1-0 lead.
Carlos Tevez, 23 September 2007
Tevez stooped to head home his first United goal, in front of the Stretford End and on the stroke of half-time.
John Terry, 21 May 2008
With the European Cup just one penalty away, Terry fluffed his lines, slipping his spot-kick wide and keeping United’s hopes alive.