It should have been the FA Cup final today, with Wembley shining in the sun.
Two teams ready to fight for the glorious moment of triumph, lifting the magnificent trophy in front of their adoring supporters and millions of viewers.
Unfortunately, the FA Cup has been delayed for the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, but its time will come again.
Instead, we can remember the good old days, the late winners, moments of spellbinding skills and sensational stops over the years that sealed the win.
It’s not just the English eyes that were captivated either. It is the most famous cup competition in world football.
Many foreign stars reach these shores dreaming of one day being able to lift the trophy.
There have also been classic matches over the years and talkSPORT.com has taken a look at some of the biggest finals in history.
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Leeds United 0-1 Sunderland, 1973
We start with one of the biggest cup upheavals of all time, starting in 1973.
Lowly Sunderland of Division Two faced the keepers of Leeds United in a proverbial “David versus Goliath” battle.
The Black Cats came out victorious, however, Ian Porterfield scored the only goal of the match to secure a famous victory.
Blackpool 4-3 Bolton Wanderers, 1953
Even though Stan Mortensen had a hat-trick, teammate Stanley Matthews won all of the honors in the final – even with his name on it.
The silky winger was unplayable as the Seasiders overturned a 3-1 deficit to claim glory.
Manchester United 2-3 Arsenal, 1979
This highlight clip for this finale would have been really easy to create, as the best of the action happened in five minutes!
Arsenal were 2-0 and crossed until Gordon McQueen and Sammy McIlroy scored in the 86th and 88th minutes respectively to tie the scores.
Despite the momentum apparently with the Red Devils, Alan Sunderland had a superb header in the dying embers of the match to return the cup to north London.
Coventry City 3-2 Tottenham Hotspur, 1987
Although Tottenham was the favorite before this game, Coventry ended up at the Lilywhites level at 2-2 thanks to one of the FA Cup’s biggest goals – Keith Houchen.
After five minutes of overtime, an unfortunate deviation of Gary Mabbutt’s knee gave the Sky Blues the famous trophy.
Arsenal 1-2 Liverpool, 2001
If it were a FIFA game, you would have thrown your controller on the screen.
The Gunners dominated and took the lead with 18 minutes left thanks to Freddie Ljungberg’s goal.
But Michael Owen had other plans and used his pace and clinical finishing ability to strike two overwhelming hits in the last ten minutes to win for Liverpool and let the Cardiff crowd look dumbfounded.
Liverpool 3-3 West Ham United (AET), 2006
Liverpool win 3-1 on penalties
The game that had it all, with more ups and downs than a roller coaster and some of the most incredible goals the competition has ever seen.
West Ham flew out of the blocks and took a 2-0 lead. But Alan Pardew’s men were quickly tied up by the Reds and the match was finely balanced.
Paul Konchesky’s loop cross sort of found its way past Pepe Reina, and the cup seemed to be heading east of London for the first time since 1980.
But Steven Gerrard didn’t give up and lit up from a long distance. He went on penalties and the Reds came out on top.