Perhaps the greatest Champions League group of all time saw Barcelona, Manchester United, and Bayern Munich all together in 1998/99. United had already drawn 3-3 with the Spaniards and 2-2 with Bayern when they traveled to the Camp Nou for yet another fantastic encounter–and another 3-3. The pick of the goals encapsulated the sort of dual-striker play from Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke that took United to the treble (Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup) that season. When pundits bemoan the demise of striking partnerships, this is why.