The world's greatest ground? A photographic centenary celebration of Highbury
45. Goals, anyone?
Now there's a scoreline you don't see every day.
In October 2003, a shadow Arsenal side - including Cesc Fabregas, setting the record for youngest Gunner at just 16 years and 177 days - were 35 seconds from League Cup victory against second-tier Rotherham United when a 90th-minute Darren Byfield equaliser forced extra-time. The next 30 minutes were goalless, but the penalty shootout provided plenty of drama.
Sylvain Wiltord, perhaps the senior Gunner in the scratch side, failed from the spot - but so did John Mullin. Everybody else scored, including Arsenal goalkeeper Graham Stack and his counterpart Gary Montgomery - who had only come on as a sub after Rotherham No.1 Mike Pollitt was sent off. Then Stack saved Chris Swailes' effort and Wiltord tasted redemption by scoring the winner.
A footnote in history, but a fun footnote.