Manchester United and England football legend Sir Bobby Charlton passed away at the age of 86 on October 21.
Charlton ended his illustrious 20-year career with 3 league titles, the European Cup and an FA Cup
A Man United legend, Sir Bobby featured in 758 club matches, scoring an impressive 249 goals for the team.
Charlton was one of the few survivors who were in the team plane that crashed at a snowy Munich airport back in 1958.
Sir Bobby was also a part of England's world cup winning side in 1966. England beat West Germany 4-2 after extra-time to claim the Jules Rimet Trophy.
Charlton was the part of the legendary United trio including George Best and Denis Law and were honoured with a statue outside Old Trafford Stadium