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Following yesterday's England effort
, we've got the second of two great goals from Wembley history for you to re-live. Today's is from a classic FA Cup Final.
It's the 'Venue of Legends' and it's May 1987. Tottenham are threatening to take control of The FA Cup Final, leading 2-1 midway through the second period.
But the Sky Blues aren't ready to throw in the towel. When Dave Bennett breaks away down the right to send in an inviting cross, Keith Houchen propels himself forward like a superhero, minus the cape, to head powerfully, and wonderfully, past Ray Clemence. A stunning goal, brilliantly taken.
Houchen's superb equalising goal took this memorable Final into extra time.
Having shackled Tottenham's ace-in-the-pack, Glenn Hoddle, for most of his farewell performance before moving to Monaco, Coventry's 22-year-old midfielder Lloyd McGrath turned match-winner six minutes into the extra half-hour. His hopeful cross-cum-shot took a wicked deflection off Gary Mabbutt's outstretched leg and looped in.
Coventry lifted The FA Cup in front of a packed Wembley crowd, but the game will forever be remembered for Keith Houchen's superb diving header.
To watch it, click on the links above, sit back and enjoy a classic piece of Wembley history.For a complete run-down of all our stories from Wembley Week, and to enter the competition to win that tour around the stadium, click here...