Ahead of Chelsea's trip to Manchester United on Sunday we recall one of the most memorable matches between the two sides.
Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink and Paul Scholes opened the contest with a pair of thunderous strikes before Sir Alex Ferguson's side surged into a two-goal lead.
But Chelsea battled back thanks to a brace from Tore Andre Flo in a 3-3 thriller at Old Trafford.
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