Scholes vs Giggs in second semi-final of World Cup of Premier League greats
Thirty-two Premier League legends began this race, but only three remain.
Tuesday saw Arsenal hero Thierry Henry see off the one and only Cristiano Ronaldo – the Manchester United version anyway – to become the first player to book his place in our World Cup of Premier League greats final, and now we're going to find out who his opponent will be.
Because while Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs managed to go through their entire careers without ever having to face each other at club level, that was all building to this one moment.
The Manchester United icons go head-to-head for a spot in the final, and only you can decide the winner.
Who have you got?
Simply one of the best, most stylish midfielders of his generation, you don't have to go far to find one of Scholes' contemporaries eulogising about just how good he was with the ball at his feet.
The ginger maestro was actually a striker in his younger days, and he maintained that eye for goal as he took up residence in the United midfield across 18 years in the first team, and then another 18 months after he returned from retirement in 2012.
Scholes won 11 Premier League titles and a spot in the heart of United fans, but can he get to the final?
The Welsh wizard went from the first bright young thing of the Premier League to the division's grand old man during his playing days at Old Trafford, during which he became a jewel in the crown for Sir Alex Ferguson.
An electric, lively left winger when he burst into the team, there was something so incredibly exciting about the way Giggs played the game, and that in turn made United so watchable.
An incredibly decorated player, he has a medal for all of the club's 13 Premier League titles, but does he win this one?
World Cup of Premier League greats – semi-final 2
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