This week marked the 10th anniversary of Derek Asamoah rubber stamping his cult hero status at Chester City by bagging the winner in the cross-border derby with Wrexham.
Asamoah, or 'Deadly Derek' as he had become more affectionately known to Blues fans following a loan spell that saw him net seven goals in four matches during an 17-game stay, fired past Mike Ingham in the Wrexham goal with 15 minutes remaining to hand Mark Wright's Chester side a 2-1 success at the Deva Stadium in League Two on April 12, 2006 in front of a crowd of 4,801.
Ben Davies had given the Blues the lead from the penalty spot on 56 minutes after Danny Williams, who had a loan spell with the Blues in 2004, was adjudged to have tripped striker Gregg Blundell in the box.
But Wrexham levelled the contest on 69 minutes when striker Lee McEvilly stooped to head home a Darren Ferguson cross.
But it was diminutive Ghanaian striker Asamoah, on loan from Lincoln City, who would have the final say when he raced on to a Stewart Drummond through-ball before sliding the ball coolly past Dragons custodian Ingham to send the home fans into raptures.
Chester: MacKenzie, Artell, McNiven, Albrighton, Curtis, Drummond, Blundell (Regan 71), Davies, Hessey (El Kholti 85), Edwards (Tait 90), Asamoah.
Subs Not Used: Harrison, Stephen Vaughan.
Booked: Albrighton, Regan.
Goals: Davies 56 pen, Asamoah 75.
Wrexham: Ingham, Pejic, Danny Williams, Lawrence, Spender (Walters 78), Crowell (Sam Williams 83), Ferguson, Mark Jones, Holt, Derbyshire, McEvilly.
Subs Not Used: Michael Jones, Smith, Mike Williams.
Booked: Lawrence, Derbyshire.
Goals: McEvilly 69.
Ref: S Mathieson (Cheshire).