In December 2008, Manchester United were on top of the world after winning the FIFA Club World Cup in Yokohama, Japan.

The Red Devils beat Liga de Quito of Ecuador 1-0 in the final thanks to a moment of genius from Cristiano Ronaldo, who set up his strike partner Wayne Rooney with an inch-perfect pass to give victory to Sir Alex Ferguson's men after a hard-fought encounter.

Although the South American outsiders had a great chance to open the scoring early on, United soon came into their own, only then to be handicapped by the dismissal of Serb defender Nemanja Vidic for a wild challenge.

Edwin van der Sar managed to keep the scores level with some heroics in the United goal throughout the second half, until Ronaldo and Rooney took matters in hand and combined for the only goal of the game.

With United celebrating the 110th anniversary of Newton Heath FC being renamed on 28 April 1902, what better occasion for to relive their triumph in Japan?