Assault, Strike Video clip Ranking: 5 / five
0:49 great movement!
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Respect to Danny Wallace, who was a key player in this final participating in the build up to Man Utds first 2 goals and assisting Mark Huges directly for the the crucial 3rd goal. He also played a part in the build up to the winning goal in the reply, and also scored goals on the road to Wembley
He had already had and excellent career at Southampton, but his first season at Man Utd and this FA cup final proved to be the peak of his career due to injuries that followed.
Sad to hear he has MS
That FA cup final was a defining moment for Alex Ferguson, thanks to Mark Hughes’s goal in extra time. If United had lost that game, Fergusson would have been facing the sack! Also a career defining moment for a young Ian Wright!
So much for “old football was better”, this is the worst football I’ve seen
Some of these guys’ shorts were so short I imagine they must have had their ballast well attached!
And Utd went into today’s game with their ballast left in the dressing room! 2-1 to Palace! Lol!
hahahah man united 1 palace 2
Am i the only one who noticed the keepers acrobatics at 3:42?
I miss the old Wembley.
Poor Jim Leighton……he just never had it : (
<3 Ian Wright <3 what a Mac Daddy! What a Match!
what a team we had then :) (PALACE)
Who is the Palace player who hoofs the ball into touch right from the kick off? Did someone have a few quid on a very early throw-in, I wonder?
Cannot belive this is 21 years ago. Was an eight year old boy sat in the palace end, right behind that Ian Wright 2-2 goal. Seems like yesterday!
Erm, are you jesting ?
Remember going down to wembley as a kid for this, and the midweek replay. Thought we blew it when Wrighty got his second(man he was on fire when he came on!!!). Great memories, and as they say the rest is history.
I still miss them! Ridiculous they ever got rid of them.
ian wright was a fantastic footballer
Any side containing Bryan Robson, Paul Ince, Neil Webb, Danny Wallace, Mark Hughes, Gary Pallister & Steve Bruce could hardly be called AVERAGE jydaflyest.
That was Fergies first good side, Cup winner’s cup in 91 and then we all know what happened after that….
@jydaflyest, true so true. 20 years we were just plain average. Get a get an FA CUP here and there, but never over the hump in for the Division 1 later Premier League title. All it took was one player to get the ball rolling and obviously that was Eric Cantona. A great club finds ways to reload after old players retire or transfer. United is one of those teams.
Mark Hughes will forever have a place in my heart. After Palace went up 3-2, the station broadcasting this game lost the signal and we missed the rest of the game. I was rather down thinking that Palace had won (and deservedly so), only for the late night sports to say that Hughes equalised late and there will be a replay 2 days later; I almost went through the roof.
Looking at Jim Leighton’s body language after the third goal, I knew that it was his last ever game for United. When I saw Leighton in goal for Scotland against Brazil in the 1998 World Cup opener, I knew there and then that Scotland would be out in the first round.
I remember watching this game as a young gun. Fergie’s first trophy with United, followed by the Cup Winners Cup in 1991, then the League Cup in 1992. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that 21 years later, Man United would be on the brink of a record setting 19th league title.
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