Who would win between Man Utd treble winners and Man City revealed by AI as Pep’s side aim to match historic feat

MANCHESTER UNITED’S treble-winning side would beat the current Manchester City team, according to Artificial Intelligence.

City have a chance to match their rival’s magnificent achievement in 1999 by winning the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.

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ReutersManchester City need to win three more games to win the Treble[/caption]

In fact, Pep Guardiola’s side only need to win three more games after beating Real Madrid to reach the Champions League final on Wednesday.

Victory over Chelsea will see the Citizens wrap up the Prem before they take on United in the FA Cup Final.

Despite their success, ChatGPT believes United’s 1999 team would come out victorious if the two sides played today.

It picked out Paul Scholes, David Beckham, and Ryan Giggs as the main threats for the Red Devils.

And with Jaap Stam providing leadership in defence and Roy Keane bossing the midfield, the AI predicts a 2-1 win for the Sir Alex Ferguson-managed outfit.

There has been much debate over which side is better following City’s march to treble success.

Pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville clashed when picking their combined team made up of United 99 and City 23.

In particular, Neville took exception to his colleague leaving out Giggs in favour of Jack Grealish, while Carragher also picked Ilkay Gundogan ahead of Scholes.


Neville said: “I love Jack Grealish, I love Gundogan.

“But I’m not entertaining the conversation about Ryan Giggs over Jack Grealish or Paul Scholes and Gundogan.

“I’m not entertaining the conversation.”

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