On this day in 1989 Liverpool beat Everton 3-2 after extra time to win their fourth FA Cup.

The match got off to a flying start for the Reds with John Aldridge netting inside the opening five minutes. Despite the match being closely contested for the majority of the 90 minutes Liverpool managed to hold on to their one goal lead until the final minute of normal time when Scotsman Stuart McCall hit home a dramatic equaliser to take the game to extra time.

Going into the additional half hour the Reds were the first of the Merseysiders to notch a goal through Welsh hitman Ian Rush, putting themselves 2-1 ahead. McCall managed to equalise for the Toffees a second time on 102 minutes, although the equilibrium was short lived as Rush struck a brace of his own to give Liverpool a 3-2 lead and eventual victory over their local rivals.