This week we delve into the club's archives to bring you footage of one of the most memorable upsets of the 90s.
Cast your minds back to Meadow Lane in October 1994. The likes of Jurgen Klinsmann, Sol Campbell and Teddy Sheringham sauntered into Nottingham and left with their tails between their legs after a drubbing from an inspired Notts County side.
A packed Meadow Lane saw a 3-0 home victory, with two goals from strikers Gary McSwegan and Tony Agana against ten-men Spurs sending the North London outfit packing.
The shock result meant that the Premier League's sides Manager Ossie Ardiles was giving his marching orders shortly after.
The teams on that night were as follows:
Reece; Mills, Yates, Johnson (Murphy, 65), R Walker; Turner; Devlin, Butler, Legg; Agana, McSwegan (Matthews, 80). Substitutes not used: Cherry (gk).
Tottenham (4-1-3-2): Thorstvedt; Austin, Campbell, Calderwood (Hazard, 45), Edinburgh; Popescu; Barmby, Dozzell, Dumitrescu; Sheringham, Klinsmann.
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