WATCH: Relive some of the most classic matches of all time

Team 33 picked out a few games to give Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle a run for its money

David Beckham, Gary Neville, England, Argentina, World Cup, 1998

Gary Neville (left) of England in disbelief as team mate David Beckham (centre) is sent off by referee Kim Nielsen after lashing out at Diego Simeone of Argentina ©INPHO/Allsport

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: