No 5: The most famous exponent of the diving header, Keith Houchen is fondly remembered by Coventry City fans for his exploits in 1987's pulsating Final. Given a cat in hell's chance against free-scoring Spurs - Clive Allen alone had notched 48 goals - the Sky Blues got off to the worst start as the poacher supreme made it 49 on two minutes. After Dave Bennett's equaliser, Spurs' name was surely on the Cup after Gary Mabbutt made it 2-1. But Houchen had other ideas. After releasing Bennett on the right wing, Houchen darted into the box, before the totemic striker launched himself at Bennett's teasing cross. Ray Clemence had no chance and the tie went to extra time. Coventry fans subsequently named a fanzine 'Gary Mabbutt's Knee' after the defender's extra-time own goal, which sealed Coventry's 3-2 victory. Two years earlier, when plying his trade at Third Division York City, Houchen's last-minute penalty put paid to Don Howe's Arsenal in the Fourth Round.