World Cup of Premier League greats quarter-final 4: Ryan Giggs v Roy Keane
Yesterday Manchester United fans had the unenviable task of choosing between Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney to progress past the World Cup of Premier League greats quarter-finals.
Today, they have arguably an even tougher decision as two more club legends in the form of Ryan Giggs and Roy Keane go head-to-head for a place in the semis.
The pair need little introduction. Giggs – now manager of Wales – represented the club more times than any player in their history with a total of 963 appearances in all competitions.
Keane, meanwhile, was the Red Devils' captain fantastic for eight glorious years, and the Irishman won a total of 13 major honours in 13 seasons at Old Trafford in total before his acrimonious exit.
So who will take the final spot in the last four Premier League legends? It's your decision, and you have until 10pm tonight to vote in the poll below.
Here's a little bit more information about the two contenders
To play for 24 seasons at the very top level you have to be a pretty phenomenal player.
Giggs was just that. Still the holder of the record for the most assists in Premier League history (162), the sight of the Welsh wizard charging down the left wing quickly became one which struck fear into defenders up and down the country.
The fact that United and Liverpool are the only clubs to win more top flight titles than the 13 Giggs picked up speaks for itself.
He was simply a special, special talent.
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