Jose Mourinho's finest hour as Manchester United manager - the win over Ajax in the 2017 Europa League final - will be replayed tonight in full.
The Stockholm showpiece will be played on Thursday night at 9pm on Virgin Media Sport.
This was Jose Mourinho's first trophy for United, followed by a League Cup win and, in his eyes, the Community Shield.
The final was a particularly emotional event for Manchester United fans, coming just days after the suicide bomb attack on the Manchester Evening News Arena that killed 22 others.
Meanwhile, Manchester United's executive vice-chairman has announced the financial impact of the coronavirus on the club.
Ed Woodward says they're now having to adjust their expected revenues of £580million in the second-half of 2020 but he's confident the Old Trafford club are ready to bounce back when games resume.
"Our focus remains on the health and well-being of our colleagues, fans and partners around the world and we are extremely proud of how those connected to the club have responded during this crisis," the United executive vice-chairman said of the figures.
"Since the start of the pandemic, Manchester United and our Foundation have provided assistance to hospitals, charities and schools in our communities, as well as support for frontline workers and vulnerable fans.
"These actions reflect our core values as a club and the resilience through adversity that we have demonstrated many times throughout our long history and will do so again to weather these current challenges.
"In that spirit, we look forward to the team safely returning to the pitch and building on the exciting momentum that Ole and the players had previously achieved, while taking all necessary steps to protect public health.
"Our thoughts remain with all those affected during this unprecedented time."