Ryan Giggs scored 4 Guinness World Records
Manchester United football star Ryan Giggs has scored an incredible four records in the 2013 edition of Guinness World Records.
His unprecedented achievements as the First (and only) player to have appeared in every season of the football Premier League (1992 - 2011) and the First (and only) player to have scored in every season of the football Premier League (1992 - 2011), appear alongside his titles Most appearances in the football Premier League (598) and Most Premier League winner's medals (12).
Commenting on his records, the 38-year-old said: "I'm very proud to be recognised with these world records, especially to be the first and only player to have played and scored in every Premier League. To have my records in the Guinness World Records book, which I remember reading as a kid, is an amazing feeling."
Here below, we look back at some the key moments of his incredible career.
March 1991, Manchester United v Everton
Giggs makes his debut, replacing Brian McClair in a defeat against Everton, marking the start of a legendary career at Old Trafford.
October 1997, Manchester United v Juventus
Having made something of a habit of scoring against Italian giants Juventus, this stunning strike at Old Trafford is arguable the pick of his goals against the 'Old Lady'.
April 1999, Manchester United v Arsenal
Man United were chasing an unprecedented treble but had to overcome Arsenal in an FA Cup semi-final replay at Villa Park. After losing their captain Roy Keane to a red card, it looked as if the chance had gone, as Arsenal battered them. However, Welsh wizard Giggs picked up the ball in his own half before blitzing through the entire Arsenal defence and coolly finishing past Gunners keeper David Seaman to fire United into the final.
May 2008, Manchester United v Chelsea
Giggs ensures his second Champions League success in Moscow by scoring a penalty in the deciding shootout in a match which saw him break Sir Bobby Charlton's club appearance record.
February 2009, West Ham v Manchester United
Fellow veteran Paul Scholes lays off the the ball on the left, allowing Giggs to cut inside. As the West Ham defence stood off, the winger spotted his opportunity, powering home a shot with his right foot to secure a precious victory on the road to another title.
Ryan's records and many, many more feature in the new Guinness World Records 2013 edition - available worldwide from 13th September 2012.