It is one of the most celebrated photographs of the beautiful game - a true Super Snap - taken almost 60 years ago.

Considering its subject, Sir Tom Finney, who sadly passed away on Friday at the age of 91, it seems only fitting that we reproduce it today.

It shows Finney after beating two defenders on a rain-soaked Stamford Bridge pitch back in 1956. There was a huge downpour before kick-off leaving massive puddles on the playing surface, but the game was allowed to continue.

One of the defenders is barely visible on the photograph and Finney is managing to keep his balance in the water.

The image was also made into a statue, which stands outside Deepdale in Preston, the ground with which he became so closely identified. 

The former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly once said: "Tom Finney would have been great in any team, in any match and in any age - even if he had been wearing an overcoat."

Perhaps he would appreciated one on this particular day!