This deal from the online match between London and Manchester in September features a well timed defence from Rodney Lighton (West) and Michael Byrne (East).
South opened a weak two hearts, North enquired about strength with two notrump and South showed a non-minimum with something in spades.
Rodney led a club to Michael's eight and he returned the two of clubs (showing four clubs) to the king. Rodney now cashed the ace of diamonds and played a third round of clubs to the ace. Now when Michael played the thirteenth club Rodney was able to ruff with the ten of hearts to promote a trick for the queen of hearts, so the contract was two down.
Raymond Semp points out that declarer could still have escaped for one down at this point via a trump coup by running the eight of hearts and then reducing his trumps by ruffing diamonds twice finally ending up in dummy at trick twelve with the king and jack of hearts over East's queen and five.