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Scoring Collection

From historic rivalries to unforgettable moments, scoring takes center stage in the world of sports. In 1898, Nottingham Forest and Derby County clashed in a thrilling F

Background imageScoring Collection: Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A. Cup Final, 1898

Nottingham Forest vs. Derby County F. A. Cup Final, 1898
Illustration of John McPherson scoring the third goal for Nottingham Forest in their F.A. Cup Final Match against Derby County, played at Crystal Palace, London, 1898

Background imageScoring Collection: George Mutch scores for Preston North End at the FA Cup Fina

George Mutch scores for Preston North End at the FA Cup Fina
Photograph of George Mutch scoring a penalty to make the score 1-0 for Preston North End against Huddersfield Town in the last minute of the FA Cup Final, 30th April 1938

Background imageScoring Collection: Alan Shearer of Newcastle United celebrates as his team win 5-0 against Manchester United

Alan Shearer of Newcastle United celebrates as his team win 5-0 against Manchester United

Background imageScoring Collection: Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager

Steve Bloomer, English footballer and manager
Steve Bloomer (1874-1938), English footballer and manager. He played for Derby County, Middlesbrough and England during the 1890s and 1900s, and was famous for his prolific scoring of goals

Background imageScoring Collection: Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901

Score-board at the Sydney Cricket Ground, 1901
Photograph of the Sydney Cricket Ground Score-board during the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia, 8th January 1901

Background imageScoring Collection: Blackburn Olympic vs. Old Etonians F. A. Cup Final, 1883

Blackburn Olympic vs. Old Etonians F. A. Cup Final, 1883
Engraving showing a number of scenes from the F.A. Cup Final of 1883, played between Blackburn Olympic and the Old Etonians at Kennington Oval, London. The match was won by Blackburn 2-1

Background imageScoring Collection: W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913

W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
Photograph of Dr. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915) batting in the Gravesend vs. Eltham cricket match, held at Gravesend cricket ground, 1913

Background imageScoring Collection: David Platt Football Arsenal and England scores winning goal in extra time game England v

David Platt Football Arsenal and England scores winning goal in extra time game England v Belgium in 1990 World Cup dbase

Background imageScoring Collection: Boer War: Tweebosch

Boer War: Tweebosch
TWEEBOSCH De la Reys Boers inflict a crushing defeat on Methuens force, wounding and capturing the general and scoring a major tactical victory

Background imageScoring Collection: David Narey footballer Scotland scores against Brazil in World Cup 1982 football strip

David Narey footballer Scotland scores against Brazil in World Cup 1982 football strip azsport

Background imageScoring Collection: Young goalkeeper is distracted by a group of girls, as a goal is scored, , 20th April 1951

Young goalkeeper is distracted by a group of girls, as a goal is scored, , 20th April 1951

Background imageScoring Collection: Football Incidents - A Try (Rugby)

Football Incidents - A Try (Rugby). Date: 1905

Background imageScoring Collection: DDE-90029545

DDE-90029545
Men playing Petanque in the park, Arles Provence, France. Date: 20/01/2009

Background imageScoring Collection: Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)

Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)
Photograph of Gilbert Jessop, the Gloucestershire and England batsman, who was famous for his feats of quick-scoring - he once scored a century in only 40 minutes

Background imageScoring Collection: George Parr, English cricketer, circa 1845

George Parr, English cricketer, circa 1845
Illustration of George Parr (1826-1891), the cricketer who represented Nottinghamshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent and the MCC between 1844 and 1870

Background imageScoring Collection: Brazil v Bulgaria World Cup Group 3 match held at Goodison Park on the 12th July 1966

Brazil v Bulgaria World Cup Group 3 match held at Goodison Park on the 12th July 1966. Garrincha scores Brazils second goal from a free kick Final score: Brazil 2 v Bulgaria 0

Background imageScoring Collection: Leyton Orient v Coventry City Division Three. 28th August 1952

Leyton Orient v Coventry City Division Three. 28th August 1952. Leyton Orient score against Coventry City during their third division south match

Background imageScoring Collection: Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932

Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. Artist: Graphic Photo Union
Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. The Arsenal players are Eddie Hapgood, goalkeeper Frank Moss, Herbie Roberts and George Male

Background imageScoring Collection: Scotland 1 Norway 1 World Cup Group A Craig Burley hits corner flag in

Scotland 1 Norway 1 World Cup Group A Craig Burley hits corner flag in celebration after scoring goal

Background imageScoring Collection: An engraving depicting a cricket scoreboard with numbers on endless belts, 19th century

An engraving depicting a cricket scoreboard with numbers on endless belts, 19th century
5311152 An engraving depicting a cricket scoreboard with numbers on endless belts, 19th century; (add.info.: Date: 1887); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageScoring Collection: Engraving depicting men playing rugby

Engraving depicting men playing rugby
5308664 Engraving depicting men playing rugby; (add.info.: Engraving depicting men playing rugby. The Rugby Union rules mean that defenders try to prevent the opposition making a try)

Background imageScoring Collection: 1964 German GP

1964 German GP
AUSTIN, TEXAS - AUGUST 02: Dan Gurney, Brabham BT7 Climax during the 2019 Formula One United States Grand Prix at Nurburgring, on August 02, 1964 in Austin, Texas, USA. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageScoring Collection: Liverpool v West Ham United, league match at Anfield March 1983

Liverpool v West Ham United, league match at Anfield March 1983. Ian Rush Liverpool player beats Frank Lampard and goalkeeper Phil Parkes to score liverpools 3rd goal

Background imageScoring Collection: Marco Branca scores the first goal for Middlesbrough against Sunderland at The Riverside

Marco Branca scores the first goal for Middlesbrough against Sunderland at The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough. Final score was Middlesbrough 3, Sunderland 1. Picture taken 21st February 1998

Background imageScoring Collection: Middlesbrough against Sunderland at The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough against Sunderland at The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough. Picture shows Alun Armstrong for Middlesbrough (in red) (number 14) scoring on his debut for the club

Background imageScoring Collection: Mark Draper (number 8 - goal scorer out of shot) makes it 2 - 0 to Aston Villa against

Mark Draper (number 8 - goal scorer out of shot) makes it 2 - 0 to Aston Villa against Manchester United at Villa Park. Goal assist from number 18 Dwight Yorke runs to congratulate Draper whilst

Background imageScoring Collection: Liverpool 4-0 Coventry, Division One League match at Anfield, Saturday 20th February 1982

Liverpool 4-0 Coventry, Division One League match at Anfield, Saturday 20th February 1982. Terry McDermott coolly slots home Liverpools forth goal from the penalty spot after Dalglish was sent flying

Background imageScoring Collection: Comic Postcard - Golfing Humour - One Down

Comic Postcard - Golfing Humour - One Down
Comic Postcard - " Wasn t I two up at the last hole, Caddie?" " Yes, but yer one down now, Lady!" circa 1930s

Background imageScoring Collection: Billy Steel, Derby County and Scotland footballer

Billy Steel, Derby County and Scotland footballer
Billy Steel, inside left footballer for Derby County and Scotland Date: 1949

Background imageScoring Collection: Cricket, a slam for the boundary (colour litho)

Cricket, a slam for the boundary (colour litho)
5998301 Cricket, a slam for the boundary (colour litho) by Prater, Ernest (1864-1950) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cricket, a slam for the boundary)

Background imageScoring Collection: Drew Mitchell Celebrates Scoring Opening Try

Drew Mitchell Celebrates Scoring Opening Try Australia Ireland V Australia, Guinness Autumn Series Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland 15 November 2009 IRELAND V AUSTRALIA Date: 15 November 2009

Background imageScoring Collection: Habana Stops Hernandez Scoring

Habana Stops Hernandez Scoring South Africa V Argentina, Rugby World CupFrance 07 South Africa V Argentina, World Cup Semi-Final Stade France, Paris, France 14 October 2007 Date: 14 October 2007

Background imageScoring Collection: Malik & Shahid Afaridi Celebrates Victory After Scoring

Malik & Shahid Afaridi Celebrates Victory After Scoring Winning Run England V New Zealand England V New Zealand Lords, London, England 21 June 2009 Date: 21 June 2009

Background imageScoring Collection: Shahid Afaridi Celebrates Victory After Scoring Winning Run

Shahid Afaridi Celebrates Victory After Scoring Winning Run Pakistan V Sri Lanka Pakistan V Sri Lanka Lords, London, England 21 June 2009 Date: 21 June 2009

Background imageScoring Collection: The Last Days of Wimbledon Camp (engraving)

The Last Days of Wimbledon Camp (engraving)
1046482 The Last Days of Wimbledon Camp (engraving) by Corbould, Alfred Chantrey (1852-1920); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Last Days of Wimbledon Camp)

Background imageScoring Collection: The International Rifle Match in Ireland, Americans v Irish (engraving)

The International Rifle Match in Ireland, Americans v Irish (engraving)
1060107 The International Rifle Match in Ireland, Americans v Irish (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The International Rifle Match in Ireland)

Background imageScoring Collection: The Scorer (William Davies of Brighton) 1842 (oil on canvas)

The Scorer (William Davies of Brighton) 1842 (oil on canvas)
BBC193301 The Scorer (William Davies of Brighton) 1842 (oil on canvas) by Henwood, Thomas (fl.1840-58); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageScoring Collection: Cartoon, Mr William Yardley, English cricketer and writer

Cartoon, Mr William Yardley, English cricketer and writer
Cartoon portrait, Mr William Yardley (1849-1900), English first class cricketer (Cambridge University and Kent) - Always good at scoring. He was also an actor, playwright and drama critic. 1884

Background imageScoring Collection: Jack Hobbs hitting a boundary for Surrey against Yorkshire

Jack Hobbs hitting a boundary for Surrey against Yorkshire
Jack Hobbs, legendary cricketer, hitting a boundary in a Surrey versus Yorkshire match. circa 1920s

Background imageScoring Collection: Game of Billiards, 1827 (colour litho)

Game of Billiards, 1827 (colour litho)
558191 Game of Billiards, 1827 (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Game of Billiards, 1827)

Background imageScoring Collection: Staffordshire vase with soccer scene, 1880s (ceramic)

Staffordshire vase with soccer scene, 1880s (ceramic)
NFM315371 Staffordshire vase with soccer scene, 1880s (ceramic) by English School, (19th century); National Football Museum, Manchester, UK; eNational Football Museum; English, out of copyright

Background imageScoring Collection: Man with moustache about to score a goal in football (chromolitho)

Man with moustache about to score a goal in football (chromolitho)
730634 Man with moustache about to score a goal in football (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageScoring Collection: Bowling (colour litho)

Bowling (colour litho)
3104109 Bowling (colour litho) by Thiel, Carl (1835-1900); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bowling. Postcard, early 20th Century.); Look and Learn / Valerie Jackson Harris Collection

Background imageScoring Collection: Football at Eton (b / w litho)

Football at Eton (b / w litho)
NFM315029 Football at Eton (b/w litho) by English School, (20th century); National Football Museum, Manchester, UK; (add.info.: The Eton wall game)

Background imageScoring Collection: The dream of Potts Minor before the school cricket match (colour litho)

The dream of Potts Minor before the school cricket match (colour litho)
5998043 The dream of Potts Minor before the school cricket match (colour litho) by Dyson, Will (1880-1938); Private Collection; (add.info.: The dream of Potts Minor before the school cricket match)

Background imageScoring Collection: A rare print of England v. Wales. January 5th 1895, at Swansea (colour litho)

A rare print of England v. Wales. January 5th 1895, at Swansea (colour litho)
3431787 A rare print of England v. Wales. January 5th 1895, at Swansea (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Thomson scores the first try for England)

Background imageScoring Collection: Cricket match, 6 October 1846 (engraving)

Cricket match, 6 October 1846 (engraving)
611412 Cricket match, 6 October 1846 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cricket match)



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From historic rivalries to unforgettable moments, scoring takes center stage in the world of sports. In 1898, Nottingham Forest and Derby County clashed in a thrilling F. A. Cup Final, where every goal carried the weight of glory. Rewinding back to 1883, Blackburn Olympic faced off against Old Etonians in another epic F. A. Cup Final that left fans on the edge of their seats. Fast forward to more recent times, George Mutch etched his name into football history by scoring for Preston North End at the FA Cup Final. Meanwhile, Steve Bloomer's remarkable career as an English footballer and manager was defined by countless goals that brought joy to fans across the nation. Scoring isn't limited to football alone; even cricket witnessed its fair share of iconic moments. The score-board at Sydney Cricket Ground in 1901 displayed numbers that told tales of intense battles between bat and ball. W. G. Grace's masterful batting display at Gravesend in 1913 captivated spectators with each stroke he played. In the realm of modern-day football, Alan Shearer's celebration after Newcastle United's resounding 5-0 victory over Manchester United remains etched in memory—a testament to his prowess as a goal-scoring machine. However, scoring is not confined solely to sporting events; it transcends boundaries and finds its way into unexpected arenas like war zones. During the Boer War battle at Tweebosch, every successful attack felt like a crucial point scored towards victory. Even on international stages like the World Cup, David Narey showcased Scotland's spirit by netting a memorable goal against Brazil in their vibrant football strip during the tournament held in 1982. Beyond national pride lies individual brilliance—David Platt immortalized himself when he scored Arsenal and England's winning goal during extra time against an opponent who fought tooth and nail until the last whistle blew. And let us not forget that scoring is not exclusive to football alone.