Where: St James' Park
There were five games left of a thrilling season where Liverpool and QPR were battling it out for the crown. Rangers travelled north to take on Newcastle in a game the players thought would be one of their most difficult.
The west Londoners, though, had one of the finest sides around with Gerry Francis, Frank McLintock and the exceptionally gifted Stan Bowles.
"There had always been a lot of needle between me and Malcolm Macdonald," the QPR no.10 explained in his book, 'Stan Bowles, the Autobiography'.
"He said in the press that they were going to beat us and stop us winning the league, etc., etc. On the day it was 1-1 until literally the last 10 seconds from the end. The ball was played to me in the box and I hit in through the legs of three players and the ball wound up in the back of the net.
"The first thing I did was run up to Malcolm Macdonald and shout, 'What do you think of that, then?'"
A 2-1 win meant it was all looking rosy for Rangers and the club were on course for that title, and actually won eight of their final 10 games. However, a loss to Norwich three games from the end damaged them and Liverpool won it by a point.