This artwork is a scene from Leicester City's former home, Filbert Street. The moment in question is a goal that went down in Leicester City folklore when Steve Walsh, a club legend, powered home an injury time header to pull the Foxes level with Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.
The game was memorable for both sets of fans with Dutchman Dennis Bergkamp grabbing a hat-trick and netting one of the finest goals seen in English football only for Leicester City to make a dramatic come back against the odds under the guidance of Martin O'Neill.
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Filbert Street - Leicester City
This A3 print features Tottenham Hotspur's White Hart Lane from the old West Stand entrance.
This iconic stadium was the home of Tottenham from 1899 to 2017.
Tottenham may require a new, bigger home on the site besides White Hart Lane but the old stadium has a charm that will be impossible to replace.
This print comes on 250gsm card and was digitally drawn.