Check out classic highlights as City secured their second League Cup trophy with a famous 2-1 win over Newcastle United in 1976.

It was a day of milestones.

Peter Barnes, just 18-years-old, became the youngest player to score in a Wembley final on 11 minutes, but Alan Gowling’s 35th-minute equaliser saw the teams go in level at the break.

Within a minute of the re-start, however, City were back in front with a goal that has subsequently been voted the competition’s greatest-ever.

Willie Donachie crossed the ball into the box, Tommy Booth nodded it back across goal and Dennis Tueart, with his back to goal, acrobatically scored with a bicycle kick to send the City end wild with delight.

It was goal worthy of winning any game and it indeed turned out to be the strike that ensured the Blues won the League Cup for the second time in our history in front of a crowd of 100,000.

In the process, Tony Book became the first man to win the competition as both a player and a manager.

Watch our classic highlights in the video player above.