Lots of Blues fans have been reacting to yet another nostalgic post that the club have put out.
I think this clip goes down as one of the more essential viewing clips if you’re a Birmingham City fan, the sort of thing you should be watching on a daily basis without the club having to prompt you to. It’s this, Obafemi Martin’s goal against Arsenal and Peter Enckleman’s error from 2002.
And any chance that Bluenoses would be given to reminisce about that famous day, they were never going to pass up, as they flooded to social media to recall their emotions on that day at the Macron:
— Danny May (@danny_may13) March 23, 2020
That ball seemed to take an age to drop. Paul caddis what a legend #PaulCaddis
— BCFC FANS FORUM (@bcfansforum) March 23, 2020
In a church for my mates wedding. Heard we were 2-0 down after 70mins. I'm not a religious man but I might of said a few words with the man upstairs. Come out church heard it was 2-1 down with seconds left…… the rest writes itself.
Another big game when Big Zigic steps up.
— MJB (@russianbotMB) March 23, 2020
— JaackDY (@JaackDY) March 23, 2020
Still gives me goose bumps. What a day and what an atmosphere. The cup, promotion to the prem and this very special moments.
— Gary Gibson (@mottsdude) March 23, 2020
Still say Zigic’s header was over the line!
— Spencer Clark (@zuffy1975) March 23, 2020
Let’s just hope we don’t have to go through too many more of them in the near future, much rather go the nice and easy route like we did against Fulham in 2018.