Ten years ago today, Christophe Berra scored a dramatic last-gasp winner as the Blues came from behind to beat high-flying Derby County at Portman Road. 

The Rams had gone in-front in the opening minute when Patrick Bamford netted from close range just 33 seconds into the contest, but the Blues were able to turn it around in the second half. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Jonny Williams scored a screamer to equaliser for Town.Jonny Williams scored a screamer to equaliser for Town. (Image: Newsquest)

Despite going behind so early Mick McCarthy's men put in a gutsy performance and the roof was then lifted as the Blues drew level in the 68th minute. 

Town were awarded a free-kick which saw Aaron Cresswell tap it to his right for Jonny Williams, who rifled home a superb a 25-yard shot beyond current Blues coach Lee Grant in goal. 

The game went into stoppage time, where Berra showed his abilities at both ends of the field with the Scotsman making a superb crunching tackle on Chris Martin which resulted in Town going on a counter-attack and winning a corner. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Christophe Berra wheels away to celebrate his late goal.Christophe Berra wheels away to celebrate his late goal. (Image: Newsquest)

Then Cresswell swung in the set-piece and Berra rose majestically to power home a header to win the game late on for the Blues in dramatic fashion. 

It was a memorable moment as the defender wheeled away to celebrate with the Town fans high fiving the ones in the front row of the east stand. 

The full-time whistle was blown and with skipper Luke Chambers subbed off injured during the game, Berra and Tommy Smith undertook the captain’s traditional fist-pump celebrations. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Tommy Smith and Christophe Berra celebrate Town's win over Derby.Tommy Smith and Christophe Berra celebrate Town's win over Derby. (Image: Newsquest)

This result was a big statement in the 2013/14 season as it kept the Blues' Championship play-off dreams well and truly alive against a fellow promotion hopeful. 

However, Town would finish that season in ninth place with them missing out in the top six by four points - but this was a platform for them to build on.

Two future Town players featured for the Rams that night in Conor Sammon, who joined on loan the following season and Richard Keogh, who helped Town win promotion to the second tier last season.