#ThrowbackThursday: In Pictures - Irons complete thrilling Spurs comeback
Wembley Stadium awaited West Ham United as they travelled to play Tottenham Hotspur in October 2017.
The fourth-round Carabao Cup tie would be West Ham's first visit to Wembley since winning the 2012 Championship Play-Off Final.
A thumbs up from goalkeeper Adrian, who returned to the starting XI.
He was joined by Andy Carroll, with nine changes made to the team from the previous game.
The Irons arrived at Wembley and took in their surroundings on the famous turf.
Captain Mark Noble - back in the side - led the team out for the pre-match warm-up.
A handshake and an embrace before the match for West Ham manager Slaven Blilic and Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Unfortunately, it would only take six minutes for Spurs to take the lead...
Moussa Sissoko finished early on to put the home side ahead.
Sam Byram, featuring at right-back, battles for the ball.
Andy Carroll rose high to challenge in an aerial duel.
While Cheikhou Kouyate tried to get West Ham level with his headed effort.
Tottenham's advantage was doubled on 37 minutes...
Dele Alli's driven effort got past Adrian and put Spurs two goals ahead.
The Irons went in at half-time 2-0 down, and with it all to do in the second half.
Andre Ayew had been included in the starting XI, and the forward made himself known in the second period.
The Ghanaian was on hand to pounce on 55 minutes.
Edimilson Fernandes' drive was saved by Michel Vorm, but Ayew was there to turn home from close range.
The deficit was halved. West Ham were back in the game.
Less than five minutes later, Ayew scored again!
The No20 turned Manuel Lanzini's low cross into the back of the net!
With an hour on the clock, the Hammers were level! 2-2!
On 70 minutes, the comeback was complete. Angelo Ogbonna rose highest...
...turning in a corner to give West Ham the 3-2 lead at Wembley Stadium.
Teammates ran the length of the pitch to celebrate with the Italian! The Irons were ahead!
A thumbs up from the goalscorer.
Tottenham were shell-shocked. The final whistle rang, and West Ham had won!
A handshake between captain Noble and Spurs' Alli at the end of the match.
Bilic and Pochettino also congratulated each other on a hard-fought match.
While the West Ham players rushed to celebrate an incredible win!
Lanzini jumped on goalkeeper Adrian, who made a host of important saves.
The players, including Declan Rice, went to celebrate with the thousands of travelling West Ham fans.
Two goals from Ayew helped to get West Ham back in the game.
Noble, having thrown his shirt in the away fans, blows the West Ham supporters a kiss.
A cross-irons from Adrian to the travelling fans.
A brilliant night at Wembley Stadium that we will never forget!