Five years ago today Aldershot Town famously defeated West Ham at Upton Park in the first round of the League Cup, and what a night it was.

To commemorate the occasion, we've compiled a gallery of the night so you can reminisce about the trip to east London.

The Shots went 1-0 down when Junior Stanislas curled home on 16 minutes to give the Hammers the lead, but a red card for debutant Callum McNaughton after the break changed the tie completely.

Luke Gutteridge pulled Aldershot level from close range in the 78th minute after West Ham keeper Ruud Boffin denied Alex Rodman.

But the best was yet to come when Danny Hylton sent the away fans into raptures in the 89th minute after poking the ball home from 12 yards after an almighty goalmouth scramble.

The result was Aldershot's first win in the competition since the club was reformed in 1992 and returned to the Football League in 2008.

Hammers boss Sam Allardyce blamed the defeat on the sending off, but Shots manager Dean Holdsworth was delighted after the game.

He said: "I’m delighted for the players, for the fans and for the club.

"West Ham put a strong side out and we gave a good account of ourselves.

"I think the world of Big Sam, but this is about my team tonight. It’s the best feeling I’ve had since becoming a manager."