Most people will reference the 1998/99 season as the crowning achievement of Sir Alex Ferguson's reign as Manchester United manager.
It's hard to look past that memorable campaign, which saw the Red Devils become the first - and still only - English side to win the treble.
But one season which comes mighty close to 98/99 is 2007/08, the year Fergie scooped his second Champions League trophy.
United also pipped Chelsea to the Premier League title by just two points, scoring 80 goals and conceding only 22 from their 38 games.
It was a team littered with legends that could do it all. But the catalyst for that memorable campaign was undoubtedly United's electric attacking trident of Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez.
To this day, it remains one of the finest striking trios assembled in the history of English football. Below, you can watch all 79 goals from the striking threesome and we'll run you through some of their mind-boggling stats after.
Stats in all competitions:
Ronaldo - 42 goals, 9 assists
Rooney - 18 goals, 14 assists
Tevez - 19 goals, 7 assists
They really were something special.
Ronaldo in particular was simply outrageous. His 31 in the Premier League is the most ever scored by a United player in a single 38-game season.
The man was averaging a goal or an assist every 83.1 minutes for goodness sake!
To sum up just how vital the trio's goals were in 2007/08, United's fourth top goal scorer that season was Anderson - with five...
They accepted the burden and distributed the goals and assists amongst themselves perfectly, an iconic attacking unit.
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