After winning the Premier League title in 2006-07, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson decided to rub salt into Chelsea’s wounds.
Ferguson, who was often an evil genius as much as he was a managerial one, went to Stamford Bridge and opted to field an XI almost entirely made up of obscure, fringe reserve players.
That meant the Chelsea players had to give a guard of honour to some players who had never even made a Premier League appearance, and who have since faded into obscurity.
The match played out to a boring 0-0, but where are the 11 players Ferguson started, along with the two players he subbed on, now? We trawled through the depths of the record books to find out.
See the full United side that day here.
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