"Tiny Bradshaw was the Liverpool centre half against me in most of the derby matches but I remember one time he was off injured and Norman Low was his deputy. Norman was only a kid at the time and he'd been told that wherever I went he was to follow me and not leave me alone for a yard. Norman did a good job. He went everywhere with me and I didn't get much chance to beat him until a couple of minutes from the end. Then Teddy Critchley went down the right wing with the ball. I moved across as though I was going to run with Teddy and Norman Lowe followed me. Suddenly I back pedalled, moved back into the middle and when Teddy crossed the ball, only about three feet off ground I flew through the air at it, met it with the head and the ball went into the far corner. We beat the Reds 1-0 with that goal and poor Norman got a dog's life but he had done a great job in my opinion in that match.
Dixie Dean on his match-up with Norman Low on 15 September 1934