This game had all the makings of a Chelsea-Arsenal rivalry.
There was a trophy on the line, superstars on the pitch and a battle of two fantastic managers on the sideline.
Add that up, and what do you get? A scuffle in the final seconds.
After a Theo Walcott opener was wiped out by a Didier Drogba double, Chelsea led the Gunners 2-1 with only seconds remaining in the 2007 Carling Cup final.
After what Kolo Toure thought was a poor challenge from John Obi Mikel, the two squared off and, from there, all hell broke loose.
Frank Lampard and Cesc Fabregas immediately came to the assistance of their respective teammates, and ending up getting in a spat with each other.
Eventually, the majority of the 22 players on the field joined in on the chaos. Even Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger deemed it appropriate to enter the pitch and help the matter.
The fight led to three red cards, handed out to Mikel, Toure and Arsenal's Emmanuel Adebayor for their actions in the scuffle.
It was a tense moment in a cup final when everything was on the line.
In other words, it was yet another Chelsea-Arsenal showdown.