The Decade’s 20 Most Memorable Moments in Sport: Part 3

10: Europe win the Ryder Cup in Oakland Hills (2004)

There was just something about his one. Watched it in a packed bar full of Dads who’d got away from their families for a joyous evening.

9: Usain Bolt saunters past the world 100m record (2008)

It was the fastest anyone had ever run, and he was celebrating before the end. Still quite shocking, even if it was only a stepping stone for the man.

8: Liverpool win the Champions League in Istanbul (2005)

On my birthday, went out with a few friends to watch this in town. Didn’t expect much. How wrong we were.

7: Lewis Hamilton wins the Formula One title at the last gasp (2008)

On the last bend. How on earth did that ever happen? Blimey, finding some sporting events on YouTube is hard, but F1 highlights are the hardest. What a sad life some people in blazers lead.

6: Ipswich 4 Barnsley 2 (2000)

A hot afternoon, the last club match at the old Wembley stadium, and a place at English football’s top table at stake. Two good teams who everyone seemed to like. What an astonishing match. With so much at stake too. And finally: Reuser …Premiership!