Picture the scene: Claridge’s Shin (1996)

After a shaky start from both teams, Palace took the early advantage, netting after just 14 minutes thanks to a drilled effort from Andy Roberts.

The game ebbed and flowed for the remainder of the half, with just the single goal separating the sides at half-time. Leicester came out fighting in the second half, with Steve Walsh seeing an attempt saved off the line just after the break.

Their persistence eventually paid off after Marc Edworthy brought down Muzzy Izzet in the area and Garry Parker converted the resulting spot-kick with 15 minutes of regulation time left to play. The game ended 1-1 at 90 minutes and went into extra-time.

The biggest talking point of extra-time came with just seconds to go; Martin O’Neill sent on his substitute goalkeeper Željko Kalac, expecting the 6 ft 7in keeper to be a better bet at saving penalties than Kevin Poole. Immediately following the resumption of play, a long free-kick was only partially cleared by the Crystal Palace defence and the ball came back out to an unmarked Steve Claridge on the edge of the Palace box.

Claridge then shinned home the winner from 20 yards past the hapless Nigel Martyn with just 2 seconds of extra-time left to play. Some Crystal Palace players later admitted they were put off by the substitution, though O’Neill admitted that was never the intention. Source Wikipedia

Claridge’s Shin