21st May 2008, Ryan Giggs comes on as a substitute for Manchester United in the Champions League Final against Chelsea in Moscow. In doing so he beats Sir Bobby Charlton's record number of appearances for Manchester United and with 759 appearances becomes the player who has pulled on the United shirt more times than any other in the club's history. Not only did he break this record but he also went on to score the winning penalty in the game which crowned Manchester United kings of Europe again. In what has been an illustrious career, no player has won more medals than Ryan, however his legacy is not just about numbers and figures. Throughout his time at Old Trafford he has played with dazzling flair, breathtaking skill and a fleet-footed assuredness that has created unforgettable moments of magic. It's not just what he did; it's how he did it. The video goes behind the scene's with United's biggest star. In an access all areas summer Ryan talks through all the key moments of his playing career, shows what his interests are away from football, introduces his friends and family and talks about his plans for the future. This video is the comprehensive and definitive account of Giggs' time at United and shows how the boy who was tipped to become the new George Best ended up surpassing even Sir Bobby Charlton in becoming a record-breaking superstar and the symbol of United's dominance during football's Premier League era.