1999 – Manchester United vs Bayern Munich (Finals)
United were trailing 1-0 from the 5th minute. They had won the FA cup and the Premier League and were looking down and dusted against their German opponents. United were sorely missing suspended duo Roy Keane and Paul Scholes, and simply could not wrest control in midfield. Ferguson introduced Teddy Sheringham and then, with nine minutes remaining, Ole Gunnar Solskjær. The clock showed 90 minutes as United won a corner. In it came and out it was cleared, but only as far as Ryan Giggs who hooked in a weak effort that fell perfectly for Sheringham to divert inside the post. Yet Sheringham's work was not done. Two minutes later he rose to glance David Beckham's corner into the path of Solskjær who prodded in to spark delirious celebrations. Oliver Kahn and the rest of the Munich team were crestfallen. After this remarkable feat, the United boss had a new name "Sir" Alex Ferguson.
2002 – Real Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen (Finals)