Match Rewind: Watch Juventus v United in full

Manchester United's legendary 3-2 win over Juventus in April 1999 has emerged as your choice to be the next game streamed in full as part of our 'Match Rewind' series.

With football currently stalled, we offered fans the chance to vote on which of four classic European matches should be streamed in full, for free, on and via the Official App tonight (Thursday 19:00 GMT).

Juventus v United is being streamed here now live.
Thousands of you opted for the dramatic comeback in Turin that propelled United into a first European Cup/Champions League final for 31 years.
That match drew 36 per cent of the vote, ahead of PSG 1 United 3 in 2019, United 7 Roma 1 from 2007 (both 26 per cent) and the 1-0 victory over FC Barcelona (12 per cent) in 2008.

United and Juve were locked at 1-1 after the first leg of their Champions League semi-final, but the Reds had it all to do ahead of journeying to Italy.
The club had never achieved victory in that famous footballing country, while Juventus had reached five European finals in the preceding six seasons.
When the Italians bolstered the away goal scored at Old Trafford with two early goals at the Stadio delle Alpi, the hopes of Alex Ferguson's team appeared to be drifting away.
But a powerful header from Roy Keane offered encouragement, and then Dwight Yorke stooped to head David Beckham's cross home before half-time, levelling the score on aggregate and, crucially, giving us an advantage on away goals.
Bookings that ruled Keane and Paul Scholes out of the final added a note of sadness before the evening was out, but Andy Cole's goal completed the miraculous comeback late on, confirming a momentous victory and a euphoric night for the club.
Keane pulls a vital goal back for the Reds in the Stadio delle Alpi.
La Gazetta dello Sport:
“We are left with the image of a magnificent team that knew how to dare away, and in front of their worst enemies, even though they started from a terrible psychological situation.”
Corriere delle Sport: 
“Manchester took the match in hand, backed Juventus into a corner and showed what they know how to do best – and that's play fast, well-organised, courageous and powerful football.”
Sir Alex Ferguson:
“It was the most emphatic display of selflessness I have seen on a football field. Pounding over every blade of grass, competing as if he would rather die of exhaustion than lose, Keane inspired all around him. I felt such an honour to be associated with such a player.”
Match-winner Andy Cole celebrates with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Nicky Butt.
The full 90 minutes from that famous night in Turin will be shown on MUTV, and via the Official App from 19:00 GMT tonight (Thursday).
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