Greatest Manchester United Modern Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest modern moments in Manchester United football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2011 Premier League vs Manchester City - The Bike
1999 Champions League Final vs Bayern Munich - Treble winners
2005 Premier League vs Newcastle - Young Wazza
1999 FA Cup Semi-Final vs Arsenal - Setting up the Treble

These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil. - Size: 4'' x 4'' x 0.15'' per coaster - Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) - Stitched border

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2011 Premier League
The Bike
Manchester United vs Manchester City
2 - 1
12 February, 2011
League leaders Manchester United earned a vital 2-1 derby victory on Saturday over City thanks to an Rooney's outstanding bicycle kick, quickly cementing itself as one of the PL's best ever goals

1999 Champions League Final
Treble winners
Manchester United vs Bayern Munich
2 - 1
26 May, 1999
Manchester United complete the Treble by winning the UCL Final after winning both the Premier League and FA Cup. A corner kick goal in extra time gave Man U the lead and the victory.

2005 Premier League
Young Wazza
Manchester United vs Newcastle
2 - 1
24 April, 2005
Teenage sensation Wayne Rooney connects on a screaming kick to score a goal early in his lustrous career.

1999 FA Cup Semi-Final
Setting up the Treble
Manchester United vs Arsenal
2 - 1
13 April, 1999
The greatest game in FA Cup History. Period. Arsenal and United were like two heavy-weight boxers, trading blows in a violent clash that saw United's lead through a Beckham strike cancelled by a classy Bergkamp long-range finish. Arsenal then had a goal ruled offside. United's captain, Roy Keane, was sent off. Then Arsenal had a penalty saved. It was only in extra time that Ryan Giggs slalomed through Arsenal's backline (arguably the greatest ever) to score and, infamously, take off his shirt in whirling celebration.

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