As United lined up for the last FA Cup final of the decade, there were records to be broken. Not only chasing their 4th FA Cup win of the decade and a record 10th overall, they were also on the verge of clinching an unbelievable 3rd double of the 1990s, as well as vying for an unprecedented treble, with the European Cup Final just days away. They faced Newcastle United, who were desperate to win some silverware after years of trying. However, Manchester United proved just too good on the day scoring through Teddy Sheringham in the first half before a brief Newcastle revival at the start of the second half almost produced an equaliser. It was United who struck again through Paul Scholes, who made no mistake in firing home from the edge of the box. It remained 2-0 until the end and part 2 of the treble was complete.