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The 1999 Worthington Cup Final was played between Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City, at Wembleymarker on Sunday 21 March 1999. Tottenham won the game, and their third League Cup, with an injury-time diving header from Allan Nielsen. Justin Edinburgh became the last ever player to be sent off at the old Wembleymarker, after brushing Robbie Savage's head with a fist following a confrontation between the two. Although not the greatest final ever, the dramatic ending more than made up for the two teams performances with events like Ramon Vega famously making a last-ditch sliding tackle to deny Emile Heskey a sure goal, after Ian Walker rushed off his line and Allan Nielsen's last minute diving header.

Match facts

LEICESTER CITY :
GK 1 Kasey Keller
RWB 19 Robert Ullathorne
LWB 11 Steve Guppy
CB 18 Matty Elliott
CB 5 Steve Walsh (c)
CB 4 Gerry Taggart
CM 7 Neil Lennon
CM 6 Muzzy Izzet
CM 14 Robbie Savage
CF 27 Tony Cottee
CF 9 Emile Heskey
Substitutes:
GK 22 Pegguy Arphexad
DF 15 Pontus Kåmark
MF 16 Stuart Campbell
MF 37 Theodoros Zagorakis
FW 20 Ian Marshall
Manager:
Martin O'Neill
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR:
GK 1 Ian Walker
RB 2 Stephen Carr
CB 23 Sol Campbell
CB 15 Ramon Vega
LB 12 Justin Edinburgh
RM 9 Darren Anderton
CM 4 Steffen Freund
CM 6 Allan Nielsen
LM 14 David Ginola
CF 10 Les Ferdinand
CF 18 Steffen Iversen
Substitutes:
GK 13 Espen Baardsen
DF 32 Luke Young
MF 20 José Dominguez
MF 22 Andy Sinton
FW 11 Chris Armstrong
Manager:
George Graham


Road to Wembley

Leicester City

Round 2, 1st leg: Leicester City 3–0 Chesterfield

Round 2, 2nd leg: Chesterfield 1–3 Leicester City

Round 3: Charlton Athletic 1–2 Leicester City

Round 4: Leicester City 2–1 Leeds United

Quarter-final: Leicester City 1–0 Blackburn Roversmarker

Semi-final, 1st leg: Sunderland 1–2 Leicester City

Semi-final, 2nd leg: Leicester City 1–1 Sunderland

Tottenham Hotspur

Round 2, 1st leg: Brentford 2–3 Tottenham Hotspur

Round 2, 2nd leg: Tottenham Hotspur 3–2 Brentford

Round 3: Northampton Town 1–3 Tottenham Hotspur

Round 4: Liverpool 1–3 Tottenham Hotspur

Quarter-final: Tottenham Hotspur 3–1 Manchester United

Semi-final, 1st leg: Tottenham Hotspur 0–0 Wimbledon

Semi-final, 2nd leg: Wimbledon 0–1 Tottenham Hotspur


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