Fourteen years have passed since the irrepressible strike pairing of Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke spearheaded Manchester United's hunt for three trophies in the remarkable 1998/99 campaign.
The pair had an innate understanding on the pitch and it was clear to see precisely why that relationship flourished when we invited the two Treble winners back to Old Trafford for a chat about the glory days.
Cole quipped "we're reminiscing like old fogeys" as the pair enjoyed debating which of them was Sir Alex Ferguson's favourite player. Yorke said, "I used to give the manager a hard time", while his former strike partner remarked, "How could it be me? The manager once said, 'Cole, you could start a row in an empty house!'"
Yorke and Cole will rekindle their alliance for United's Legends side in the Red Heart United gala fixture on 2 June against Real Madrid at Old Trafford.