They didn't score the numbers of goals Liverpool did, but Manchester United's win over Bayern Munich in 1999 at the Camp Nou has to go down as the biggest underdog victory in Champions League history.
Of course, going into the game both sides were considered equal, but after Mario Basler's free-kick put Bayern ahead after six minutes, it left United with a mountain to climb.
As the game went on and still United couldn't find the net, a Bayern win was becoming increasingly likely.
And as the clock hit 90 minutes, tons of devastated United fans were pouring out of the Camp Nou while the fans from Munich just couldn't hide their delight.
Which is what makes this story one of the best in football.
With three minutes of injury-time to be played at the end of the 90, United win a corner-kick. The atmosphere is slightly nervy, but both sides think nothing will really come of it.
And as the ball from David Beckham flies over most players heads and out to Dwight Yorke who can merely to head it to a Bayern defender to clear, United's last real chance seems over.
However, the clearance ends up with Ryan Giggs on the edge of the box, and his shot back into the box is helped on and into the net by Teddy Sheringham.
With the score at 1-1 and with hope having suddenly appeared out of nowhere, United force another corner just 30 seconds after kick-off from their first goal.
And as Beckham whips the ball in again, Sheringham flicks it on for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who from three-yards out pokes the ball home and puts United 2-1 up, meaning the Red Devils have snatched victory from the almost certain jaws of defeat in just one minute and 18 seconds.
It was a result that changed United's philosophy forever, with the idea of expecting a win until the final whistle the club's mentality on the field of play.
Having been 1-0 down after 90 minutes, to then win the Champions League and an unprecedented treble makes this win the biggest underdog victory in the tournament's history.