Team 33 picked out a few games to give Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle a run for its money
The weekend just past marked the 20th anniversary of a game that is always being branded the greatest Premier League match of all-time.
Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle is hugely memorable as a night time game and the sight of then Magpies boss Kevin Keegan slumping over the advertising hoardings after Stan Collymore's winner for Liverpool still does the rounds as a classic moment in Premier League history.
Picking the greatest games of all time is very much a subjective undertaking, so on this week's Team 33, we each looked at a game that resonates in our minds to this day.
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For Joe Coffey, one of his picks was a crazy Euro 2000 group match between Spain and Yugoslavia which also had relevance to Norway with the results in two games having a bearing on who would reach the knockout stage.
The Spain game was a classic 4-3 with an unbelievable ending and we included the Spanish commentary of the winning goal:
One of the choices of Newstalk Sports' Cian Roche was a Manchester derby from the 2009-10 season which saw Michael Owen's greatest moment in the red shirt:
For me, I went all the way back to the 1998 World Cup when England and Argentina went head-to-head in a match that had everything to make a good story:
And some of our listeners threw a few examples our away including the likes of Istanbul 2005:
@teamthirtythree Chelsea-Liverpool 08/09 CL 4-4, Czech Rep-Turkey Euro 2008, Liverpool-Newcastle's 'Collymore closing in' game— (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻) (@Brynmorbeer) April 4, 2016
@teamthirtythree Arsenal v United. Fa Cup replay 1999. Liverpool 4 Newcastle 3...first time.— Sheikh Barabas (@sheikhbarabas) April 5, 2016