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Snap shot: United's last trip to PSV Eindhoven

As Manchester United prepare to return to the PSV Stadion in the UEFA Champions League, we recall their last visit in 2000/01 – a night to forget for the then English title holders.

Snap shot: United's last trip to PSV Eindhoven
Snap shot: United's last trip to PSV Eindhoven ©Getty Images

PSV Eindhoven were up against it after conceding an early Paul Scholes penalty in their home meeting with Manchester United in the 2000/01 UEFA Champions League first group stage. Spurred on by a rousing atmosphere, Erik Gerets' side were not done yet, however, and they stunned their visitors as Wilfred Bouma, Marc van Bommel and Mateja Kežman struck in a 3-1 win.

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1. Gary Neville
A key member – along with younger brother Phil – of 'Fergie's Fledglings', United's youth-orientated side of the 1990s, Neville won a trophy per season during 19 years at Old Trafford – two UEFA Champions League triumphs and eight Premier League titles chief among them. The right-back retired in 2011 having won 85 caps for England and played 602 games for United. He is now a respected TV pundit and newspaper columnist, and part of England's coaching staff.

2. Raymond van der Gouw
Having started his career with Go Ahead Eagles, the goalkeeper played 258 Eredivisie matches over eight seasons for Vitesse before signing for United in 1996. Signed as cover for Peter Schmeichel, he nonetheless saw plenty of action. After leaving Old Trafford in 2002, Van der Gouw had spells with West Ham, Waalwijk and Apeldoorn, and was goalkeeping coach under former United team-mate Roy Keane at Sunderland from 2007 to 2009, the club also registering him as a player.

3. Arnold Bruggink
Signed by PSV in 1997 after coming through the ranks at Twente, the attacking midfielder developed a productive partnership with Ruud van Nistelrooy and later Mateja Kežman. His peak came in 1999/2000 when he was voted the Netherlands' young player of the season, his 19 goals having helped PSV to the title. Despite making a record 31 Under-21 appearances, Bruggink was to win only two senior international caps. He later played for Mallorca, Heerenveen and Hannover, before returning to Twente, where he retired in 2011.

4. Mateja Kežman
Signed from Partizan in 2000 to be United-bound Van Nistelrooy's replacement, Kežman scored 105 goals in 122 league games for the club, winning two domestic titles before heading off to Chelsea – along with PSV team-mate Arjen Robben – in 2004. The small, swift and skilful striker is one of a select band of players to have won league titles in four European nations, the Blues and Fenerbahçe also benefiting from his presence. He last played in Europe with BATE Borisov in 2011, and called it quits in 2012 after a spell in China.

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