I've been supplied with this by a County fan of long standing - after a late equaliser from Crewe in a game in March 1967....
A second goal didn’t arrive, though, and Crewe stunned almost 13,000 inside Edgeley Park with another controversial equaliser with just a couple of minutes remaining.
John Archers’ shot hit the underside of the bar and appeared to bounce back into play but, after consulting with his linesman, the referee awarded a goal.
Edgeley Park erupted in anger. “The Crewe equaliser two minutes from time was the spark to cause an explosion of wild temper, strong enough to cause an assassination in some foreign lands,” wrote the Stockport Advertiser.
And that temper boiled over at the end when the Cheadle Enders invaded the pitch. A Crewe player was hit by a dart, and the match officials needed an escort to get off the pitch safely.