Manchester United was once the dominant club in the English Premier League. The Red Devils have managed to win 20 Premier League titles since 1992. This is a great achievement in a competitive football league such as the Premier League.
However, Manchester United lost their standards since the Legendary Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. They have struggled to win matches and trophies.
Today, going to share with you the strongest Manchester United starting lineup that ensured they dominated Europe during Sir Alex Ferguson's era.
The Scottish manager had organized a squad capable of beating any club and one dare to rule Manchester United out until full time. Here is Manchester United's Ultimate 21st century starting XI.
The red devils have seen their ultimate goalkeeper being Edwin Van Dear. Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, and Patrice Evra form United's backline. Their midfield consists of Paul Scholes and Roy Keane. Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, and David Beckham.
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