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Manchester United's treble winners of 1999: Where are they now?

Manchester United's treble-winning campaign of 1998-99 remains unrivalled in English football. Sir Alex Ferguson's legendary side's achievement is still the benchmark, with the manner in which they clinched the Champions League making for arguably the most dramatic finale of all time.

Bayern had taken the lead in the sixth minute, courtesy Mario Basler's free-kick. And the Germans looked set to be crowned kings of Europe right up until the 91st minute.

By that stage, Ferguson had already thrown on Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in a bid to salvage his treble tilt – and the two substitutes proved the difference.

Sheringham's last-ditch intervention set the game on course for extra time – but when Solskjaer stabbed home the winner in the 93rd minute, it completed a stunning turnaround, sparking wild scenes at Camp Nou.

The members of that squad have gone down in United folklore and have earned immortality in the hearts of supporters – but what did they go on to do?

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