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1973 Scottish Cup Final

122,714 supporters packed into Hampden on 5 May 1973 for the Scottish Cup Final between Rangers and Celtic.

Both sides fielded starting line-ups containing many of the great names both clubs regard as legends such as Kenny Dalglish and John Greig, Danny McGrain and Sandy Jardine.

In an incredible match the sides were tied at 1-1 come half-time, and were pinned again at 2-2 within 10 minutes of the second half.

Thomas Forsyth then stepped up as Rangers' hero on the day with a goal from 6 yards on the 61st minute to send the Cup back to Ibrox.

1991 Scottish Cup Final

The 1991 Scottish Cup Final is deemed as one of the very best in the modern era.

Dubbed 'the family final', as the teams were managed by brothers Tommy and Jim McLean, Stevie Kirk sealed a thrilling win for Motherwell in extra-time.

The first half saw Motherwell take the lead in a tense opening encounter which showed little promise of the drama that was to unfold.

There were to be six more goals, four red cards and extra-time before Motherwell took the famous trophy back to Fir Park.

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