Gareth Southgate takes his England side to Rome in the EURO 2020 quarter-finals tonight, hoping to once more get the best of opposite number Andriy Shevchenko.
Almost 15 years ago, the now Ukraine boss had a part to play as Southgate celebrated first win as a manager.
August 2006, and legendary cup-winning captain Southgate was in the earliest days of his management career with Boro when he was pitted against Champions Chelsea, their line-up featuring Shevchenko up front.
The striker took little time to make his mark on the contest, netting what his first goal for the Blues with a little over quarter of an hour played at the Riverside.
Alhough the Blues would hold the lead until 10 minutes from time, it was Southgate who had the last laugh.
Following two substitutions and a formation change, Austrian defender Emanuel Pogatetz bagged the equaliser for Boro, then Mark Viduka scored a dramatic injury time winner.