Paul Scholes scored 155 goals in 718 games for Manchester United.
Paul Scholes signed a new 1 year handle Manchester United on April 16, 2010 in his final season prior to retiring for the first time in 2011.
He made his return in January 2012 prior to ultimately stopping in 2013 and, here, the PA news firm takes a look at his best five goals for United.
Aston Vacation Home (2006)
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— Premier League (@premierleague) August 31, 2017
Perhaps Scholes’ most incredible goal for United came at Vacation home Park 2 days prior to Christmas in 2006.
Ryan Giggs’ corner was headed away by Gavin McCann and Vacation home believed the danger was clear.
However the ball dropped from a height to Scholes, hiding 30 yards out, and he crashed– practically nonchalantly– a fantastic volley in off the underside of the crossbar.
⏪ Manchester United v Barcelona: An amazing strike by Paul Scholes in 2008! #UCLdraw pic.twitter.com/rGlCHBWDhf
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Having actually drawn 0-0 in at the Nou Camp, United entered into their semi-final second leg without the hurt Wayne Rooney and Nemanja Vidic.
However Scholes settled the tie and sent out United to Moscow– where they beat Chelsea on charges in the final– to exorcise the satanic forces after he was suspended for their 1999 success.
It was another sensational long-range drive as he took on Gianluca Zambrotta’s bad clearance to hammer in a 25- backyard increasing drive which flew past Victor Valdes.
Paul Scholes. Away at Bradford.
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2 Dwight Yorke goals had United travelling at Valley Parade in March 2000 prior to Scholes got in on the act in incredible style.
David Beckham’s left wing corner discovered the midfielder unmarked on the edge of the Bradford box.
It was a pin-point shipment and Scholes took it first time with his volley shrieking into the bottom corner.
Paul Scholes commemorates his goal at the Riverside. (Owen Humphreys/PA)
Another Scholes piledriver came at the Riverside as he showed his strategy and unerring precision.
United were leading Middlesbrough 2-1 as Gary Neville pulled the ball back to Scholes 30 yards out.
What followed was an unstoppable effort which arrowed simply into the top corner with Mark Schwarzer beaten.
Scholes jinked through the Panathinaikos defence prior to cracking over the corner (Rui Vieira/PA)
This time it was Scholes’ deft touch which made him another incredible goal.
United were 2-1 up on Panathinaikos in the closing phases of their Champions League group game when Scholes acquired Teddy Sheringham’s backheel on the edge of the location.
He then cracked over Antonios Nikopolidis to end a streaming team move and finish up success.