One of the most significant moments recorded in Manchester United’s Premier League history were the events that unfolded on April 10th 1993. In the buildup to the Sheffield Wednesday fixture, Sir Alex Ferguson’s United had gone on a four-match winless run as they fell into third place behind Norwich City and Aston Villa.
Ferguson’s men went one goal down to a John Sheridan penalty in the 65th minute and as all hopes of a title win for the Red Devils began to fade as they entered the 86th minute, Steve Bruce's headed goal brought life back into Old Trafford.
Then, in the 96th minute, the talismanic centre-back again headed another past Chris Woods as the phrase of "Fergie Time" was born and cemented into football folklore. Even though this result had no impact on the outcome of the league as they finished the season 10 points clear at the top, this went down as the day United put one hand on the inaugural Premier League title, which would subsequently lead to 12 more.