Jimmy Glass: Carlisle v Plymouth 1999
Our infographic football posters map out iconic goals as art prints. Hang the moment Jimmy Glass scored that dramatic late goal for Carlisle back in 1999 on the wall - the perfect gift for any Carlisle football fan.
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Chosen by Justin Bryant as his favourite goalkeeper moment:
It’s always dramatic when a goalkeeper scores a goal, but never more so than when Jimmy Glass went forward for a Carlisle United corner in the last minute against Plymouth in the final game of the 1998/99 season. The 1-1 scoreline at the time meant Carlisle were set to be relegated from the Football League, but Glass had other ideas. The ball fell kindly to him just inside the six-yard box, and he swept home a first-time finish to set off wild celebrations inside Brunton Park. Adding to the intrigue of the moment, Glass had only recently joined on loan from Swindon, and would play only three games for Carlisle. Nevertheless, he cemented his status as a Carlisle legend with his one moment of glory, living the dream of almost every goalkeeper before or since.