Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger still appears bitter about how events unfolded in the 1999 FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United, according to the Independent.
The Frenchman feels that game between his Gunners side and the Red Devils at Villa Park effectively sealed the treble for Sir Alex Ferguson’s men.
“That goal (by Ryan Giggs), certainly, was what decided their season,” Wenger said.
“That goal won them the treble, because if (Dennis) Bergkamp scores, the game is over. It was a trauma for us in a negative way and for them in a positive way.
“Bergkamp never again wanted to take a penalty. I can still hear the shouts of that team, having won, they couldn’t believe it. They were down to 10 men. That put them into euphoria.”