Ryan Giggs bade an emotional goodbye to Manchester United a fortnight ago, calling an end to his 29-year association with the club, confirming his exit with an era-ending, tear-jerking, Moyes-ignoring statement. As Giggs considers his options as he pursues a career in management, he has taken some time out to fly to India to partake in a star-studded futsal league in India.
Giggs is lining out for Mumbai, and will face fellow football legends Ronaldinho, Hernan Crespo, Michel Salgado and Paul Scholes. It's a short tournament, with the final fixed for this day week.
The Welshman has wasted little time in tearing it up in India, helping Mumbai to a 4-2 win against Chennai in their opening game. Giggs set up the fourth goal, and proved that traversing time zones does no harm to his ability to turn back the clock.
Have a look at this utterly filthy drag-back:
Ryan Giggs hasn't lost it!
He's tearing up the Indian Futsal League. pic.twitter.com/VAvBNR7TOr
— oddschecker (@oddschecker) July 16, 2016
The full highlights of that game are available below:
Luis Figo was impressed:
— Luís Figo (@LuisFigo) July 16, 2016
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