Giggs was part of the Red Devils side that achieved the treble in 1999, a season after Arsenal had won the double.
The two clubs were the best in England at the time, and as a result matches between them were full of passion.
“I didn’t like Arsenal. I didn’t like Vieira because he was dirty and got away with murder. I didn’t like Petit because he had long hair. I didn’t like Bergkamp.
“I didn’t like Pires even though when you meet him now he’s actually dead nice.
“I wouldn’t even look at them, didn’t know them and didn’t want to. I wouldn’t allow myself to rate any of them,” Giggs told the Daily Mail.