At the age of 18 years and 356 days, Denis Law is one of the youngest players to play football for Scotland in the 20th century. Law played for Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, Torino, and Manchester United, where he played alongside George Best and Bobby Charlton. His club career saw him win the League Championship twice and the FA Cup in 1963. With 30 goals in 55 caps, he shares the record number of goals scored by a Scottish international footballer with Kenny Dalglish. Thanks to his achievements for his club and country, Law is well known across the world. Dennis Bergkamp, the former Arsenal and Dutch forward is even named after him.