On this day in 1995, it rained Manchester United goals as the Reds ruthlessly rampaged through Ipswich Town's defence to rack up a 9-0 victory - the Premier League's record win.
Only two scorelines in the club's history have eclipsed it - the 10-0 European Cup annihilation of Anderlecht in 1956 and, back in the Newton Heath days, a 10-1 triumph over Wolves in 1892.
Going into the Ipswich game, the jury was still out on Andy Cole in some quarters, even if Alex Ferguson's big-money January signing had already netted United's winner against Aston Villa and a goal in a Manchester derby success.
On 4 March, he silenced the doubters in emphatic style at Old Trafford, becoming the first man to score five times in a Premier League game as the visitors had no answer to his predatory finishing.
Roy Keane had opened the floodgates prior to Cole's first two strikes but it was only 3-0 to the Reds at half-time. That advantage was doubled by the time the hour-mark elapsed, with Mark Hughes getting in on the act with a double just after Andy completed his hat-trick.
Following Cole's fourth effort, Paul Ince found the net from a quickly taken free-kick, before United's new forward wrapped up the scoring in the 89th minute with his fifth goal of an extraordinary afternoon.
You can watch all of the goals in our media player above, while many more classic matches can be found on the new official Manchester United YouTube channel.