Chris Coleman during the Sky Bet Championship match between Sunderland and Burton Albion at Stadium of Light on April 21, 2018.

From Steven Fletcher to Tyias Browning: Where the Sunderland team that produced 'Bristanbul' are now

On this day in 2018, Sunderland came from three goals down to draw with Bristol City in the Championship.

The match was dubbed ‘Bristanbul’ after Liverpool’s famous Champions League final comeback against AC Milan in Instanbul back in 2005.

The Robins, who had won just once in 2018, were three goals ahead inside 37 minutes as the Black Cats under Chris Coleman capitulated.‬

‪Aden Flint poked City in front before two close-range finishes from Famara Diedhiou prompted some away fans to leave Ashton Gate early.‬

‪But, after Josh Brownhill's own goal and Aiden McGeady's strike, Marlon Pack diverted into his own net for 3-3.‬

‪It capped an amazing final 20 minutes for Sunderland, whose supporters had greeted the half-time whistle with boos and chants of "you're not fit to wear the shirt" towards their own players.‬

Interestingly, current Black Cats boss Lee Johnson was head coach at Bristol City and after the game said: “It's probably poor decision-making by me. I have to hold my hands up and say, tactically, I got it wrong in the second half.

“I should have settled for 3-0. I probably got excited, and felt they were there for the taking.

“We had chances but we crumbled. I should have given the lads a bit more help and put another midfielder on at 3-1, and changed it up a bit.

“So, my fault, and apologies. To lose those two points is very, very frustrating.”

But where are the Sunderland players named in the squad back in 2018 now? Scroll down to take a look:

Page 1 of 5