From Jimmy Greaves to Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur are synonymous with English goal scoring greats.
The pair have plundered nearly 500 goals between them but none as important as the one scored by Guernsey's Len Duquemin.
On this day in 1951, the Cobo born striker wrote his name into Tottenham folklore. He scored the only goal of the game as Spurs beat Sheffield Wednesday to clinch their first ever league title.
Duquemin passed away in 2003 but his memory lives on in Guernsey. Siblings Lloyd and Eileen spoke to us about the fond memories they have of their brother.
Amongst their collection of Len memories is an historic piece of memorabilia. In 1948 Duquemin played for Tottenham against Guernsey in a game at The Track. From that day Eileen still has a signed hat from the Tottenham team. Spurs won 7-0 that day with Duquemin cruelly bagging a hat-trick against his former side.