When Arsenal headed to the Stadio Comunale for the second leg of the 1980 European Cup Winners' Cup semi-final, few gave them any hope of progression.
In 25 years of European competition no side from these shores had won at the stadium, and after a bad-tempered first leg at Highbury the sides were locked at 1-1.
In a tight game, a goalless draw seemed on the cards with 15 minutes to go, a result that would have seen Juve progress on away goals. Arsenal manager Terry Neill went for broke and threw on 18-year-old striker, Paul Vaessen.
But with just two minutes remaining, the teenager guided a header past Dino Zoff and sent Arsenal through, creating history in the process.
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