The Manchester United and England legend appears in a poignant video filmed by his former club Paris Saint-Germain following the murderous rampage on November 13.
He joins fellow Brit sporting greats including Mo Farrah, Wayne Rooney, Kevin Keegan, and Paula Radcliffe as some of the world’s greatest sports stars repeat the phrase "Je suis Paris”.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Zinedine Zidane, Cristano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Pete Sampras, Rafa Nadal and Didier Drogba also appear in the video.
Sick ISIS gunmen slaughtered 130 people and injured 350 more in six attacks on the French capital.
The Jihadists murdered 89 people at the Bataclan concert venue after opening fire at an Eagles of Death Metal gig.
Suicide bombs were discharged outside the Stade de France football stadium as gunmen opened fire at popular restaurants and bars.
Europe’s most wanted man Salah Abdeslam – the only remaining member of the Paris attack cell – is still at large.
The 26-year-old is understood to have bought electronic detonators in France more than a year before the bloodshed.
He was expected to blow himself up – but dumped his own bomb belt and fled.
France joined Russia by launching airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria in retaliation for the attacks.
But now it is feared ISIS could carry out a Paris-style massacre in Britain.
London, Manchester and Glasgow are most at risk, defence secretary Michael Fallon warned.
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