• We take a look back at Ryan Giggs career which spans over 20 years.
  • Giggs made his United debut against Everton at Old Trafford in the 1990-91 season
  • Giggs was already an established member of the first team when he captained the youth team to FA Youth Cup glory in 1992
  • Giggs scored one of the best goals of his career against Tottenham early in the 1992-93 season.
  • That season saw the birth of the Premier League and United finally win the title.
  • Giggs and Paul Ince perform their trademark celebration in 1993
  • Giggs and Lee Sharpe fought it out for the left-wing spot in the United side during the early 90s. Here they celebrate winning the title in 1994
  • Giggs won his first FA Cup medal when United completed the Double in 1994 by beating Chelsea at Wembley
  • But it was heartbreak a year later when United were pipped to the title by Blackburn and lost the FA Cup final to Everton
  • Giggs celebrates his superb goal at Manchester City that helped United win the Double 'with kids' in 1996
  • If you look closely, you'll see Giggs in grey when United lost 3-1 at Southampton.
  • Giggs, Irwin, Sharpe, May and Pallister were among the most experienced members of that Double-winning squad
  • Giggs and Scholes get cosy in 1996
  • The United players celebrate winning another title in 1997
  • Giggs whelels away scoring surely his finest-ever goal, against Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final replay in 1999...
  • ...and is mobbed in the ensuing celebrations
  • Giggs also scored a crucial equaliser for United in the 1999 Champions League semi-final first leg at Old Trafford
  • Giggs and Nicky Butt celebrate winning the the first part of the Treble...
  • ... before Beckham, Giggs and United complete the job by beating Bayern Munich in the Champions League final
  • Teddy Sheringham and Giggs celebrate winning the third-consecutive title in 2001
  • Giggs was rewarded with a testimonial in 2001 - a decade ago
  • The miss of his career - Giggs shoots over an open goal against Arsenal in the 2003 FA Cup
  • United got their trophy back by winning the Premier League title again in 2003
  • Giggs and Ferguson get ready to celebrate
  • Giggs picked up his third FA Cup winners medal in 2004
  • United and Giggs lifted the Carling Cup in Cardiff in 2006
  • Giggs collects one of the three Player of the Month awards he has won
  • The Queen presents Giggs with an OBE in 2007
  • Giggs scored a cheeky winner when taking a quick free-kick against Lille in the 2006-07 Champions League.
  • Giggs scored a crucial volley in the away win at Fulham in 2007
  • After a three-season drought, United celebrate winning the Premier League in 2007...
  • ... and Giggs is showered in champagne
  • Giggs equalled the appearance record for United and scored a crucial second goal against Wigan as United secured the title in 2008
  • Giggs collects the Premier League trophy
  • Giggs lifts the 2008 Champions League trophy after United beat Chelsea in Moscow
  • Giggs sent Petr Cech the wrong way from the spot in the shoot-out
  • Sir Bobby Charlton presents Giggs with a watch after the winger broke the record for United appearances in the final in Moscow
  • Giggs added the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in 2009 to his list of honours
  • Giggs scored a crucial goal for United in a win at Middlesbrough on their way to the title in 2009
  • United made it three-in-a-row...
  • ... but Giggs tasted defeat in the Champions League final when United were outclassed by Barcelona
  • United lost the title to Chelsea in 2010, but Giggs played a key role in taking the fight down to the final day of the season
  • Giggs continued his record of having scored in every Premier League season with a goal against Birmingham in January
  • At the end of the 2010-11 season, Giggs' form led to him signing a new deal.
  • In the 2011/12 season defeat at Chelsea, Giggs equalled the club record for league appearances.
  • On his 900th appearance for the club Giggs scored a last gasp winner at Norwich to keep United's title tilt on track.
  • Still going strong in the 2012/13 season, Ryan Giggs finds the net against Everton to continue his Premier League goalscoring record.
  • If the Welshman features against Norwich on Saturday he will have made 1000 career appearances.

Ryan Giggs

We take a look back at Ryan Giggs career which spans over 20 years.