Former Sunderland goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen relives his famous penalty save against Alan Shearer in the 2000 Tyne-Wear derby.
Sunderland led 2-1 with just eight minutes to go at St James’ Park when Newcastle won the spot kick.
United’s penalty taker was the ever-reliable Shearer but Sorensen saved to help Sunderland take all three points.
Sorensen said: “Over the years I had seen him take a lot of penalties and he used to go to the goalkeeper’s right most of the time.
“I tried to double bluff him a bit and it worked well. It made so many people happy.”
Sorensen, now at Stoke City, played in eight Wear-Tyne derbies. He won two, drew three and lost three.