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The 1999 UEFA Champions League Final took place at the Nou Camp in Barcelona on 26 May 1999 between English Champions Manchester United and German Champions FC Bayern Munich. It is best remembered for Manchester United dramatically scoring two goals in injury time to win 2-1 having trailed for most of the game. United's victory was the culmination of their famous Treble-winning season, as they had already won the Premier League title and the FA Cup earlier that month. Bayern were also playing for a treble as they had already claimed the German League and the German Cup was a few weeks later. Manchester United wore their traditional red shirts, while Bayern Munich donned their grey Champions League kit. Referee Pierluigi Collina has cited it as the most memorable match of his career, even more so than the 2002 FIFA World Cup Final, which he also refereed, due to the "lion's roar" from the crowd at the end of the game.