TheHardTackle looks back at a famous Manchester Derby when minnows City dismantled and dispatched their powerful neighbors as Ferguson's job security came under scrutiny.
It was 1975-76 and Bayern Munich and Real Madrid faced off for the first time in a European Competition.THT reminisces the second leg of the European Cup semifinal in which Bayern triumphed.
After a successful period under Marcelo Lippi, Juventus would enter a slump in 2003/04 season. The Bianconeri finished a distant third behind champions Milan and runners-up AS Roma and also suffered a meek exit in Champions League. One of the lowest points that season was probably the 4-0 thrshing Juventus received at Rome. The match in Turin had ended 2-2 thanks to a late equalizer from Jonathan Zebina. AS Roma started strongly in front of their home fans as Olivier Dacourt opened the scoring on 13th minute. The score remained 1-0 at half-time but Juventus fans were not prepared for what was coming their way in second half. A Francesco Totti penalty put Roma 2-0 up by 53rd minute but the real turning point came three minutes later as the mercurial Paolo Montero was sent off. A hotshot young prospect named Antonio Cassano had joined Roma from Bari and he took the 10 man Juve defence apart in second half. […]
Before Chelsea take on Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup Semi-final at the New Wembley, TheHardTackle takes you back to 1967, when the first-ever FA Cup final between two London teams was won by the Spurs.
TheHardTackle rewinds the clock to 8 April 2001 when India defeated UAE 1-0 at the the Sree Kanteerva Stadium, Bangalore in the 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers to recapture what happened on that night
In this THT Rewind Special we take a look at a breathtaking match between Napoli and Juventus from the winter of 1988.
TheHardTackle looks back at a time when Rafa Benitez's Liverpool thumped Newcastle at St James' Park. Steven Gerrard, Xabi Alonso and Javier Mascherano made a dream trio in central midfield.
Milan's landmark victory over Barcelona in the Champions League final of 1994 has gone down in the annals of history as one of the best ever. TheHardTackle takes a trip down memory lane.
Before Tottemham's visit to Stamford Bridge, TheHardTackle takes you back to a day in December, 1997, when Chelsea registered their biggest win over their rivals.
Juventus defeated Internazionale in 1961 in one of the most controversial Derby D'Italia of all times. Numerous records were broken in that match as the rivalry between two clubs reached a new level.