It was a day that proved the Dubs were beatable. Three All-Ireland wins later and we may have forgotten that feeling, but in 2017, Kerry went to Croke Park and beat Dublin in the Allianz League final. It was a memorable game full of outstanding scores and a thrilling finish.
Dublin had gone on a 36 game unbeaten run up until this point and it's certainly a game that gave the rest of the country some hope.
Paul Geaney, a touch of class!
As we get closer and closer to live GAA again, the classic 2017 League Final between the old enemies is today's football offering on @SportTG4 - Throw in is at 4.10 pic.twitter.com/3ThW9nFoH6
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) July 5, 2020
If you've never seen the full game before, it will be broadcast today on TG4 at 4.10pm, or you can watch the entire thing below from that time.
The two teams lined out as follows:
Fionn Fitzgerald, Mark Griffin, Ronan Shanahan;
Peter Crowley, Tadhg Morley, Paul Murphy;
David Moran, Jack Barry;
Jonathan Lyne, Michael Geaney, Donnchadh Walsh;
Kevin McCarthy, Paul Geaney, Jack Savage.
Philly McMahon, Mick Fitzsimons, Darren Daly;
James McCarthy, Cian O'Sullivan, Eric Loundes;
Brian Fenton, Ciaran Reddin;
Paul Flynn, Ciaran Kilkenny, Diarmuid Connolly;
Dean Rock, Paddy Andrews, Bernard Brogan.