Jimmy Guthrie holds the FA Cup after Pompey’s shock 4-1 defeat of Wolves in the 1939 final at Wembley.
The Blues had lost their previous two Cup finals - to Bolton in 1929 and Manchester City five years later - and they were underdogs in this one.
But after outside-right Freddie Worall kept up his tradition before any of Pompey’s FA Cup ties that season of fastening on boss Jack Tinn’s lucky spats, the Blues caused a shock in front of 99,370 fans.
They took the lead through Bert Berlow, before Jock Anderson and Cliff Parker netted.
Wolves pulled a goal back through Dickie Dorsett but Pompey ensured they were not to be denied the silverware when Parker headed home his second of the match.