Holland's World Cup quarter-final against Argentina in Marseille in 1998 looked to be heading for extra time until Dennis Bergkamp pounced in the 89th minute.

Bergkamp caught out the opposing defenders in stealing into the box, but much of the credit must go to Frank de Boer's superb long pass that dropped perfectly towards the former Arsenal man.

Bergkamp controlled the ball to move effortlessly inside his marker, Roberto Ayala, and stabbed the ball into the net to send the Dutch through to the semi-finals in style.

Bergkamp set a Dutch goalscoring record with the goal - his 36th for his country - although Patrick Kluivert has since beaten his tally.