or get back into the game. We did have quite a few results like that throughout the season. You only have to think back to Juventus at Old Trafford – we were 1-0 down with a minute to go and Ryan scored. You also have Liverpool here in the FA Cup – we were 1-0 down and we won 2-1.
"We just kept getting results like that because that was the mentality and still is. That’s what you have to do with Sir Alex. He wants you to carry on right until the end as the game is never finished until the referee blows the whistle."
Storming the Munich box
"I’m not necessarily going up there to score a goal. I’m going up there to create havoc. Everyone knows at a corner kick, 'I have to mark this fella' – and suddenly you have got another fella up there who is six-foot-four and nobody has been told to mark him. That creates a little bit of confusion and that’s what happened against Bayern Munich.
"There was confusion in a very well-organised defence. You can see how many mistakes they made in that move. They don’t clear the ball, it ends up with Ryan and they never pick Teddy up. If you look at that game and see how organised they were throughout, that’s the confusion you want to create and obviously the goals happened because they were shocked. They couldn’t get their minds back to what they were told in the team-talk. But that is typical of the teams that Sir Alex Ferguson creates."
But before that was Villa Park…
"Never in my life have I taken part in two better games than those two FA Cup semi-finals against Arsenal in 1999. So much drama, so much happening. The whole conclusion to that game with Ryan’s goal was just unbelievable. If you think about how close we were with Arsenal, there was