Where were you when David Healy goal sealed Northern Ireland win over England in 2005?
It is 10 years since David Healy sealed a stunning win for Northern Ireland against England.
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Healy's goal, fired home from a Steve Davis' pass after 73 minutes, gave Lawrie Sanchez's side their first victory against England since 1972.
It capped a nightmare England display, in which a Wayne Rooney picked up a yellow card and David Beckham came closest for England, hitting the bar with a free-kick.
England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson's growing band of critics were provided with an almost limitless supply of ammunition by an abject performance.
The first 45 minutes was sheer frustration for England against a dogged Northern Ireland side - illustrated perfectly by the sight of Rooney losing his cool completely in the closing stages of the half.
He was deservedly booked, and could have been sent off, for raising his arm in a challenge on Keith Gillespie.
Rooney looked out of control as he reacted angrily to an attempt by captain Beckham to calm him down, and brushed aside Manchester United team-mate Rio Ferdinand as the teams left the field at the interval.
Belfast Telegraph Digital