Happy Birthday Ryan Giggs: A Look At Top Three Goals That Defined The Manchester United Legend
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Arguably the most influential player for Manchester United since the 1990s, Ryan Giggs will celebrate his 46th birthday on Friday (November 29). Giggs has been the main guy throughout his United career and that has made him the most decorated player in English football history. The Wales international was among the six players recruited by Sir Alex Ferguson who began their careers for the Red Devils around 1992 and went on to win major accolades with the senior team. Giggs played in the first team during 1992 and at the same time led the youth team to an FA Cup victory. The United legend has scored some spectacular goals in his illustrious career, so on Ryan Giggs' 46th birthday, we take a look at some of his best goals. Arsenal Manager Unai Emery on the Brink of a Sack! 5 Managers Who Can Replace the Spaniard As Gunners Boss.

Rayan Giggs is a ‘Red Devil’ through and through even after playing at Manchester City’s youth academy for a short period of time during the late 1980s. The Wales international went on to make 672 appearances for United and also has the highest number of assists in Premier League history with 162. Giggs has been a part of every Manchester United side that has won a Premier League trophy, both Giggs and United have 13 PL titles in the cabinet. United haven't won a PL title since his departure and that shows the impact Giggs had on the team. Let’s have a look at the top goals scored by the Manchester United Legend. FPL Tips for Gameweek 14: From Jamie Vardy to Son Heung-Min, 5 Players You Must Consider Having in Your Fantasy Premier League Team This Week.

Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, 1992

There didn’t seem to be much danger at first until a Spurs player slipped and Giggs pounced on that opportunity. He knocked the ball past the grounded player and then nutmegged the second defender before using his pace to go around the keeper and slot the ball into the net.

Juventus, Champions League, 2003

Giggs intercepted a sloppy pass from Antonio Conte and ran with the ball through the center. The Juventus defenders couldn’t get near him because of his sheer pace. When he got into the box he finished the runoff by sliding the ball into the bottom corner with his right foot.

Arsenal, FA Cup, 1999

This goal is probably one of the best solo goals ever scored in football. Deep into extra time Giggs collects the ball in his own half and starts running. He dribbles past three Arsenal defenders before unleashing a left-foot belter to put the ball in the back of the net. The goal put United into the final which they eventually won during their treble-winning season.

Giggs hung his boots on May 19, 2014, after spending two decades and after winning countless titles at the club he loves and adores with all his heart. On the same day, he was named as the assistant manager of Manchester United under manager Louis van Gaal. The Welsh international currently manages the Wales national side and has taken them into the 2020 Euro Championships.