Former Manchester United heroes Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Phil Neville, David Beckham, Gary Neville joined current Red Devils star Ryan Giggs on the red carpet last night.
The Old Trafford legends were at the premiere of their new film, Class of 92, which explains the story of the aforementioned stars' journey from life in Manchester United's academy to representing the first team of one of the most successful teams in the world.
The Manchester United sextet have won a combined 50 Premier League titles, which is an amazing amount considering they all progressed through the Red Devils' academy together.
They all provided different qualities to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
Scholes was the creative force in the heart of United's midfield, Butt was a workhorse, Phil Neville was comfortable in playing in a number of positions, Beckham's range of passing was outstanding, Gary Neville was one of the most consistent full-back's in the Premier League and Giggs is an ageless phenomenon.
Ferguson threw them into the deep end and they did not disappoint. The Scotsman was famously mocked by Match of the Day pundit after Manchester United were defeated 3-1 by Aston Villa.
Alan Hansen said 'you'll never win anything with kids', however Manchester United went onto win the Premier League by four points.
Their title win was just the start of a long period of success which culminated in Manchester United's outstanding treble-winning season in 1999.
The 'class of 92' were eventually broken up as Beckham, Phil Neville and Butt all went onto leave Manchester United for pastures new.
However they all remain vital components in Manchester United's history.
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