Five of the best: Saves (2)

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David Seaman - Arsenal 1-0 Sheffield United

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David Seaman may have something to say to those hailing Petr Cech's save as the best in the history of the FA Cup, with the former Arsenal custodian's iconic stop in 2003 surely a contender for that title.

It was a highly controversial semi-final tie between Arsenal and Sheffield United at Old Trafford, as an intervention from referee Graham Poll allowed Freddie Ljungberg to score the decisive goal for the Gunners.

Sheffield United so nearly got a goal back late on, but Seaman - on his 1000th professional appearance - somehow scooped the ball out of danger from a Paul Peschisolido effort.

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