Your 100 Greatest Spurs Moments: No.6
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We countdown the top 10 of our 'Your 100 Greatest Spurs Moments' as voted by the fans last summer. <P><STRONG>WE PUT together the 'Greatest Spurs Moments' series last summer expecting, as always, a huge response - but we didn't expect the variety of moments that we would receive. </STRONG><P>In the end, the series was changed to 'Your 100 Greatest Spurs Moments' but we've realised that we will not be able to run every one. <P>So we've put together a list of the top 100 moments - found below - and will run the top 10, as voted by you, over the next two weeks. <P>Thanks again for your terrific response... <P><STRONG>YOUR 100&nbsp;GREATEST SPURS MOMENTS: TOP 10</STRONG> <P><STRONG>NUMBER SIX: ROCKET RON'S HAT-TRICK</STRONG> <BR>Dateline: March 1, 1995<BR>Venue: The Dell, Southampton<BR>Match: FA Cup, fifth round, Southampton 2 Tottenham Hotspur 6 <P><IMG src="/media/images/decorative/photos/ronnie1.jpg" align=left border=1 DESIGNTIMEURL="/photos/ronnie1.jpg"> <FEW class=MsoNormal fans will ever forget ?Rocket? Ronny Rosenthal?s finest hour in a Spurs shirt.&nbsp; <P>Cast your mind back to 1994-1995 and our run to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, a run that included the famous win at Anfield. <P class=MsoNormal>But that run looked all-but over at Southampton on March 1.<P class=MsoNormal>We trailed the fifth round replay 2-0 at the Dell when Ronny came off the substitute's bench just before half-time&nbsp;- he transformed the tie with a double blast to take the game into extra time before completing his hat-trick as we won an amazing game 6-2. <P><P><STRONG>Here are your memories...</STRONG><P>My greatest memory was in the 1995 FA Cup run when we played Southampton. We were 2-0 down at half time and Ronny Rosenthal (who came on just before half-time) took the game into extra time where he completed his hat trick and we went on to score six.&nbsp; Ronny has always been remembered for his open goal miss whilst at Liverpool, but his hat-trick against Southampton was sheer class as it had&nbsp;three goals of the season in it. <STRONG>Gary Kambo,&nbsp; Letchworth Garden City. </STRONG><P>Rocket Ronny's superb hatrick away at Southampton in the FA Cup.&nbsp; His transfer fee paid off in one 40 minute spell of sheer genius.<STRONG> Ricky Slimm, Enfield.</STRONG><P>Picture the scene - 1995 (I think) FA Cup 5th round (?). At half time in a pretty depressing game we're 2-0 down to Southampton and on comes one Ronny Rosenthal. 2-2 full time 6-2 AET. I remember it a bit like the recent 5-1 drubbing of Germany - each goal was greeted with disbelief and ecstacy in ever increasing amounts. I couldn't quite work it out.OK, so it didn't set the world on fire, but there's a little flame in my heart when I think about it. <STRONG>Andy Clayton.</STRONG><P>There have been many classic moments of the past ten years but one that sticks in my mind is the FA Cup at the Dell against Southampton when we went 2-0 down early doors only for a Ronny Rosenthal master class to send us storming through to the next round. <STRONG>Simon Cook</STRONG>.<P><STRONG>YOUR 100 GREATEST SPURS MOMENTS: THE FULL LIST: 100-6<BR></STRONG>6 Ronny Rosenthal hat-trick v Southampton, FA Cup, 1995<BR>7 Carr goal v Manchester United, October 1999<BR>8 Mabbutt lifts FA Cup, 1991<BR>9 Ginola goal v Barnsley, FA Cup, 1999<BR>10 Hoddle goal v Oxford, 1987<BR>11 Ginola volley v Leeds, FA Cup, 1999<BR>12 Klinsmann four goals v Wimbledon, 1998<BR>13 8-1 v Gornik Zabrze, European Cup, 1961<BR>14 Klinsmann overhead kick and dive v Everton, 1994<BR>15 Chivers v Wolves, UEFA Cup Final, 1972<BR>16 Ricky Villa v Wolves, FA Cup semi-final, 1981<BR>17 Clinching the double, 1961<BR>18 Winning at Anfield, FA Cup, 1995<BR>19 Hoddle's chip v Watford, 1983<BR>20 9-0 v Bristol Rovers, Division Two, 1978<BR>21 Steffen Freund's only goal at Stevenage, pre-season, 2001<BR>22 4-1 v Watford, FA Cup semi-final, 1987<BR>23 Don McAllister header v Bolton, Division Two, 1978<BR>24 First win at Liverpool since 1912, March 1985<BR>25 Jimmy Greaves goal v Leicester City&nbsp;<BR>26 Bobby Smith goal v Burnley, FA Cup Final 1962<BR>27 Beating Arsenal, November 1995<BR>28 First half performance v Manchester United, September 2001<BR>29 Poyet equaliser v Arsenal, November 2001<BR>30 Hoddle becomes manager, April 2001<BR>31 Pat Jennings two penalty saves v Liverpool, 1973<BR>32 3-4 defeat v Aston Villa, 1994<BR>33 Hoddle volley v Forest, October 1979<BR>34 Ajax away, Cup Winners Cup, 1981<BR>35 Waddle goal v Southampton, May 1986<BR>36 FA Cup Final, 1967<BR>37 Jimmy Greaves goal v Newcastle, 1969<BR>38 Roberts tackle on Charlie Nicholas, 1985-86<BR>39 Nayim from half-way line for Real Zaragoza v Arsenal, 1995<BR>40 Chelsea in the rain, November 1970<BR>41 Ramsey penalty v Manchester City, 3-3, September 1952<BR>42 0-0 draw at Southampton to clinch promotion, 1978<BR>43 Ossie and Ricky's debut, 1978<BR>44 Bill Nicholson's first game in charge, 10-4 v Everton, 1958<BR>45 Cup Winners Cup v Atletico Madrid, 1963<BR>46 Carr goal v Sunderland, 2000<BR>47 Greaves hat-trick on debut, December 1961<BR>48 Greaves 300th goal and hat-trick, 7-0 v Burnley, September 1968<BR>49 Jennings save v Newcastle, League Cup semi-final, 1976<BR>50 Pratt goals v Notts County, January 1978<BR>51 Jennings goal v Manchester United, Charity Shield, August 1967<BR>52 4-1 v Manchester United, 1996<BR>53 5-0 v West Ham, League Cup, 1987<BR>54 Greaves goal v Manchester United, 5-1, 1965<BR>55 Klinsmann rejoins, 1997<BR>56 4-0 v Hungary, friendly <BR>57 5-0 v Arsenal at White Hart Lane, 1983<BR>58 Benfica in European Cup semi-final, 1962<BR>59 Hoddle volley v Manchester United, 1979<BR>60 5-1 v Manchester United, 1965<BR>61 Leonhardsen goal v Charlton, FA Cup, 2001<BR>62 FA Cup v West Brom, 1962<BR>63 Eintracht Frankfurt, Cup Winners Cup, March 1982<BR>64 First half of Cup Winners Cup v Feyenoord, October 1983<BR>65 Ticker tape reception for Ossie, Ricky, 1978<BR>66 1-0 down, 2-1 up v Luton, two men sent off, Stewart double, December 1990<BR>67 Mabbutt diving header v Manchester United, 1986<BR>68 Win v Oldham, May 1994<BR>69 Nayim hat-trick, Manchester City away, FA Cup, 1993<BR>70 3-0 v Manchester United away, League Cup, 1989<BR>71 Ralph Coates winner, League Cup Final v Norwich, 1973<BR>72 Four goals in five minutes v Southampton, Feb 93<BR>73 3-0 win v Forest, November 1980<BR>74 Stewart goal v Coventry, 3-2, April 1990<BR>75 Klinsmann first goal at Sheffield Wednesday, 1994<BR>76 Gazza performance v Notts County, FA Cup, 1991<BR>77 Mullery goal v Chelsea, 1970<BR>78 4-3 v Burnley, FA Cup, 1966<BR>79 Hoddle goal v Leeds, March 1980<BR>80 Ardiles testimonial, Maradona, 1986<BR>81 FA Cup semi-final v Forest, 1967<BR>82 Game that clinched title v Sheff Wed, 1961<BR>83 Paul Miller goal v Anderlecht, 1984<BR>84 UEFA Cup semi-final v Hadjuk Split, 1984<BR>85 Colin Calderwood goal at Barnsley, 1998<BR>86 Armstrong goal v Arsenal, 1995<BR>87 Lineker goal v Arsenal, FA Cup semi-final, 1991<BR>88 Iversen's chip to win League Cup semi-final at Wimbledon, 1999<BR>89 Rebrov goal at West Ham, FA Cup, 2001<BR>90 Chivers double v Villa, League Cup Final, 1971<BR>91 Stewart headed winner v Liverpool, March 1990<BR>92 Ginola performance and goal v Wimbledon, FA Cup, 1999<BR>93 Paul Stewart hat-trick v Millwall in 5-0 win, April 1989<BR>94 Gazza&rsquo;s first goal with one sock v Arsenal, 1988<BR>95 Archibald & Falco goals v Bayern Munich, UEFA Cup, 1983-4 <BR>96 Klinsmann last goal/Mabbutt's farewell, 1998<BR>97 Nayim volley v Liverpool, 2-0, October 1992<BR>98 Galvin goal v Ajax, 1981<BR>99 Teddy Sheringham two goals at Anfield, 2-1, August 1993<BR>100 Howells two goals v Forest, October 1990<BR>&nbsp;