Lots of West Ham fans have been loving a classic match video that was posted by the daily On This Day game blogger VinnyWHUFC on social media.
The matchup was against Manchester City in the 1995/1996 season and saw a thrilling 4-2 victory featuring that stunner from Julian Dicks that we’ve seen so many times in Hammers highlight reals since.
I don’t think any of us will ever get tired of hearing about that goal so we’re going to describe it once more: the best left-back England never had collects a chipped pass from Micheal Hughes on the left wing, gallops forward and smashes an absolute worldie into the top left-hand corner to put the encounter beyond the Citizens’ reach inside the final ten minutes.
Do you have any special memories of that day or that goal?
Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of this page…
The first game I went to!
— Luke Turner (@LukeTurnerEsq) March 23, 2020
This was the last home game I went to before deploying to Bosnia with IFOR. What a send off…
— SfH (@simonfromharlow) March 23, 2020
Show me a better left back in England
— Mark Nicholls (@MarkNic16596326) March 23, 2020
The build up play – just superb. Proper West Ham that.
— Colin (@CassCol) March 23, 2020
Dani’s was the pick for me.
— Alex Taylor (@tazzy_boy23) March 23, 2020
Almost like Julian had enough of all the passing malarkey and thought let’s just get this done eh lads?
— Turner’s No.7 (@whu647580) March 23, 2020
— I am West Ham Van (@WesthamVan1) March 23, 2020
Remember this one well. Height of Britpop, we were singing ‘Blur are better than Oasis’ and they were chanting ‘You’re my Alan Ball’ to Wonderwall. Happy days
— Neil Munro (@NeilMunro1) March 23, 2020