In 2004 Middlesbrough won the League Cup thanks to early goals from Joseph-Desire Job and Bolo Zenden.
It didn’t take very long for Steve McClaren’s side to gain the advantage with Job scoring inside two minutes sending Wembley Stadium into hysterics and they didn’t even have time to calm down before Bolo Zenden doubled their lead with a penalty.
Despite over 80 minutes remaining, Bolton Wanderers failed to make a comeback and Kevin Davies goal wasn’t enough to give them a chance at winning the game or even taking it to extra-time.
While it was that day at Wembley that won them the League Cup, their semi-final victory over Arsenal’s invincibles was perhaps more impressive.
After being their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-finals, Middlesbrough went on to do the double over the Gunners over the two legs and shocked the world of football.
So where is the team that beat the Invincibles and won the League Cup now?
1. GK: Mark Schwarzer
Mark Schwarzer spent eleven years with Middlesbrough - making over 300 appearances. He daprted the club in 2008 and signed for Fulham, before enjoying brief spells with Chelsea and Leicester City as a back-up option. The keeper retired in 2016 and has said since that a number of clubs have attempted to bring him out of retirement but failed and the Australian is now a football pundit.
Photo: Julian Finney
2. RB: Danny Mills
Danny Mills retired from football in 2009 after signing for Manchester City following his loan spell with Middlesbrough. The former defender is now a regular pundit with the likes of the BBC and for BT Sport.
Photo: Stu Forster
3. CB: Ugo Ehiogu
Ugo Ehiogu spent seven years in Middlesbrough before signing for Rangers in 2007. The former edefender went onto play for Sheffield United and non-league side Wembley before retiring. Ehiogu managed Tottenham Hotspur's Under-23 side until he passed away in 2017 at the age of 44.
Photo: Laurence Griffiths
4. CB - Gareth Southgate
Gareth Southgate was Middlesbrough's captain when they won the League Cup. The former defender retired with the club and soon became manager in 2006. As every football fan will know, Southgate became England boss in 2016 and has since led the Three Lions to the World Cup semi-final and the Euros final.
Photo: Michael Steele