Remember 1989? Here’s what was happening the last time Norwich City beat Manchester United at Old Trafford
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When Norwich City last won at Old Trafford, there was an Iron Curtain across Europe, apartheid in South Africa and the internet was only just beginning.
Until Saturday's victory, Norwich had lost eight of their last nine matches at Old Trafford, the other game being a 2-2 draw in December 1993.
They had lost their last three games there 4-0.
The Canaries last win at the stadium was August 30 1989, winning 2-0 thanks to goals from Dale Gordon and Robert Fleck.
•The Berlin Wall fell, bringing an end to the Cold War
•McDonald's began constructing its first restaurant in the USSR
- 1 Mum killed in A47 collision was ‘walking to Norwich’, inquest hears
- 2 Prince Harry's ex marries north Norfolk hotelier
- 3 Classic vehicle day coming to stunning gardens this weekend
- 4 7 pubs up for sale or rent in Norfolk
- 5 'Beheading' comment sees councillor reported to police
- 6 Princess Anne waves from Range Rover after landing in Wisbech
- 7 'Like a Halloween scene' - huge caterpillar webs engulf hedges
- 8 Blackpool player cites Norfolk footballer as inspiration after coming out
- 9 'The name's Bond, bor': Norfolk actors in the running for next James Bond
- 10 Teenager suffers serious injuries in city crash
•The first episode of Seinfeld was broadcast
•F.W. de Klerk was elected president of South Africa and the regime began ending apartheid
•Tim Berners-Lee produced a proposal which would become blueprint for the world wide web
•Chinese Government cracked down on Tiananmen Square protestors - there is still no official death toll
•George Bush Sr succeeded Ronald Regan as US President
•The Soviets left Afghanistan
•A fatwa was issued by the Supreme Leader of Iran for the death of Salman Rushdie for his book The Satanic Verses