The Centenary cup final attracted a crowd of 122,000 at Hampden. In an incredible match, Tom Forsyth scored the winning goal from six inches.
Great Cup Finals - Rangers 3-2 Celtic 1973
Aberdeen 4-1 Rangers, 22 May 1982 Alex McLeish's memorable 20-yard strike for Aberdeen cancelled out John McDonald's opener, then in extra-time Alex Ferguson's Aberdeen ran riot with goals from Mark McGhee, Gordon Strachan and Neale Cooper to secure the first of three cup wins in three years.
Great Cup Finals - Aberdeen 4-1 Rangers 1982
Motherwell 4-3 Dundee United, 18 May 1991 Dubbed "the family final", as the teams were managed by brothers Tommy and Jim McLean, Stevie Kirk sealed a thrilling win for Motherwell in extra-time.
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