Twenty years on, Kevin Affleck speaks to key figures from Watford's historic 1998/99 promotion-winning campaign...
Penalties are tough enough to take as it is. Making that dreaded walk from the centre circle knowing it could be your one that costs your teammates, that your legacy will always be the guy who choked from 12 yards.
Imagine then the pressure on Robert Page, Watford's sixth penalty taker on that high-octane night at St Andrew's in May 1999. He's the leader, he can't miss. If he does, it could be all over as we are now into sudden death. You get few second chances when the stakes are so high.
So, Page strides up to the penalty spot, rolls his foot nervously over the ball, bends down to re-spot it and then, just as he's about to focus and look Kevin Poole in the eye, he spots something amid the kaleidoscopic scene behind the goal.
“There is this Birmingham fan to the left of the goal,” said Page. “He's got his pants pulled down and he's slapping his backside.”