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Michael Owen scored the winning goal in the 2001 FA Cup Final between the clubs.
Arsenal and Liverpool have slugged it out at the top of English football for the best part of a century.
The clubs hold an incredible 31 league titles between them, and often tussled over English football's top prize, particularly in the 1970s.
The teams have met in three FA Cup Finals.
In 1950, Arsenal emerged as 2-0 winners.
In 1971, they were victorious again—Charlie George's winner and subsequent celebration is remembered as one of the old Wembley's most iconic moments.
Liverpool got their revenge 30 years later, when Michael Owen scored in the 83rd and 88th minute to steal victory from under Arsenal's noses. The anguish of defeat was compounded by an earlier handball on the line by Liverpool's Stephane Henchoz, which went unpunished.
The history of these two clubs is littered with classic games, but as we'll discover on the next slide, none of these bear comparison to one particular night 23 years ago.