Green Street Goals!

In the latest edition of our popular West Ham TV feature, Stuart Slater recalls the night he sent the Boleyn Ground wild with a fabulous individual effort to shock Everton in the FA Cup sixth round in 1991.

The young winger produced a virtuoso performance against Howard Kendall's Toffees as the Hammers won 2-1 to set up a semi-final showdown with Nottingham Forest at Villa Park.

Slater still smiles when he recalls the moment he became a household name.

He said: "When I come back everyone talks about the 1991 FA Cup quarter-final against Everton, when we won 1-0 and I got the winner. After that game, Everton manager Howard Kendall said he had seen the ‘next £3 million player’ and I really had a good game that day.

"It had to be a ‘scuffer’ to beat a top goalkeeper in Neville Southall. It was a Monday night and it was absolutely electric. We were 1-0 up in the second half and I cut inside and scuffed it inside the near post to put us 2-0 up. The place was absolutely buzzing, they got a goal back but we won 2-1 so I got the winner and we moved onto the semi-finals.

"Everton were winning everything back then and were the team to beat in that era, so for me to play so well and tear their back four apart, on the TV, was brilliant."

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