The memory of Steven Gerrard's 2006 Wembley goal lives on.
Hull City and Arsenal played out an enthralling FA Cup Final on Saturday, arguably the most entertaining finale since 2006.
That encounter saw Liverpool and West Ham play out a 3-3 draw, before the Reds triumphed on penalties, and had it not been for a last gasp equaliser from Steven Gerrard it would have been the Hammers who would have won in normal time.
In poll results revealed in Saturday's FA Cup Final programme, Gerrard's stunning equaliser has been voted the best final goal of all time.
Voting was conducted via the FA website, Twitter account and Facebook page, with the Liverpool midfielder's goal winning out.
"What made the strike all the more remarkable was that Gerrard lay on the Cardiff turf just minutes earlier, suffering from cramp. But with typical determination, he dragged himself up and hauled Liverpool into extra-time," the programme read.
Gerrard's strike beat off competition from Stuart Pearce's 1991 goal for Nottingham Forest, which was voted second, and Southampton's Bobby Stokes' 1976 winner against Manchester United.
Keith Houchen's 1987 diving header for Coventry City versus Tottenham was voted in fourth, and Ray Parlour's superb 2002 curler for Arsenal against Chelsea in fifth.