One of the best days ever! - (Ed).
It was quite possibly Jeff Astle's finest moment in an Albion shirt, as he completed a feet that had never been achieved before, scoring in every round of the FA Cup, and helping his beloved West Bromwich Albion clinch their fifth FA Cup crown.
Returning to Wembley after the disappointment of the 1967 league cup final, Albion faced an Everton side who boasted the likes of Kendall, Ball and Royle amongst their ranks. But with Brown, Hope and Astle, it would be a tight affair between two sides who were separated by only three league places.
With both teams unable to break through the other's defence, the match looked destined to be heading for a replay until Astle created a little bit of history. With three minutes of extra time played, his sweetly struck shot (with his left foot!) from 20 yards nestled in the roof of the Wembley net, and Albion had the lead. It was a lead we would hold onto, and the cup was heading back to the Hawthorns once again.
So now relive this historic day once again, as we bring you the full uninterrupted 120 minutes (in black & white), as well as highlights from Albion's previous FA Cup success in 1954 all on this specially produced DVD.