Video: Gary Neville brilliantly analyses THAT Ryan Giggs goal against Arsenal in 1999
Neville takes apart his team-mates selfishness (in jest) at a tribute dinner to the Welsh winger, using all his Sky Sports technology.
Last night, while all of us were going mad over John O'Shea's last-gasp goal against Germany, quite few of his former Manchester United team-mates were in London at a tribute dinner to Ryan Giggs.
Giggs was collecting a Legend of Football award, organised by HMV with the proceeds from the event going to charity.
Of course, most of the Class of '92 were in attendance and one of them, Gary Neville, took to the stage to entertain the crowd with a fantastic bit of unexpected punditry.
Using his high-tech Sky Sports jumbo screen, he broke down Giggs' famous goal against Arsenal in the 1999 FA Cup semi-final, taking the piss out of how many times the Welshman should have passed instead of beating the entire Arsenal defence on his own.
Nicely done Gary, nicely done...