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[–]Charlton Athleticugotamesij 29 points30 points ago

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Oh god some of the bots on reddit now are better than the "famous" posters. Cheers!

[–]ChelseaTsegen 7 points8 points ago

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They're taking our jobs!

(Not that I'm a "famous" poster)

[–]Manchester UnitedKagawaful 0 points1 point ago

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Who are famous posters?

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    [–]Bayern Münchenfelpt 8 points9 points ago

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    The people who draw/paint comments and shit.

    [–]Real Madriddabumtsss 2 points3 points ago

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    powerusers, people who rack up ridiculous amounts of karma and comment/post quite often.

    [–]IFK Göteborgforsstromftw 23 points24 points ago

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    Germany - Sweden. Still brings me to tears.

    RASMUS EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELM

    [–]Aston Villabambinoquinn 46 points47 points ago

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    Because of how absolutely ridiculous the Tiote goal was in the Newcastle 4 Arsenal 4 game it will always stand out for me when people talk about great comebacks. Newcastle seemed completely dead and buried at 0-4

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      [–]Newcastle United1cerazor 10 points11 points ago

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      And yet there are still 20k+ people in the stands screaming "shoot!" when he gets on the ball...

      [–]Tottenham Hotspurspurscanada 3 points4 points ago

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      It's even crazier when you see that Newcastle had a good goal called back for offside and nolan was so close to winning it at the end too

      [–]TLG_BE 0 points1 point ago

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      The funiest bit was Van Persie scoring an absolutely amazing goal in like the 89th minute that got disallowed. That would have been the most Newcastle way to end that game

      [–]Newcastle Unitedtyrannofuckingsaurus 15 points16 points ago

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      Justin Lockwood's radio commentary was every bit as good as the goal too. BOOM BOOM CHEICK CHEICK THE ROOM!

      [–]AC MilanRadikaI 60 points61 points ago

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      Please no one say Istanbul...

      [–][deleted] 17 points18 points ago

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      OP already did. See his 11th example.

      [–]Al-AhlyAmiroZ[S] 12 points13 points ago

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      Yea, sorry mate. I already mentioned it in my topic. The good news is that I mentioned also Milan 4-3 Lecce game. :)

      [–]LiverpoolSirDowns 11 points12 points ago

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      Seriously though, as anyone that's not a Milan fan, that must have be one of the best matches to witness to date.

      [–]Liverpoolethanlan 3 points4 points ago

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      It was amazing, should be number one imo.

      [–]LiverpoolSirDowns 3 points4 points ago

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      I agree, but i might be a little biased.

      [–]OliverWalters 0 points1 point ago

      That was the best game I've ever seen. My Step-Dad is a Manchester United fan but that game was a massive bonding point for us because it was just so much fun to be a part of.

      [–]Liverpoollemongrassgogulope 0 points1 point ago

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      Don't worry, you got us back a couple of years later :D

      [–]Borussia Dortmundwanna_kn0w 12 points13 points ago

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      Olympique Marseille 5:4 Montpelier, 22 August 1998: Montpellier are up 0:4 in the 34th minute; OM starts their comeback in the 61th minute. One of my faves.

      Edit: Now with videos: just the highlights from the second half (grainy as all hell) and the entire game.

      [–]Dundeethe_codfather 8 points9 points ago

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      I took my American girlfriend at the time to her first football match when Spurs played Man City in the FA Cup. The first half was embarrassingly one-sided as Spurs romped into a 3-0 lead. City were awful. When their only good player in the first half hour Anelka came off injured and then Barton was sent off on the stroke of half-time it looked like the second half would just be a procession.

      My girlfriend suggested we leave at half-time but I said just give it five minutes. If we concede an early second half goal the crowd will get nervous. She laughed when ten-man City scored with their first attack and said to me "I guess this is going to end 4-3 to City now". Even though I was supporting Spurs I could do nothing but laugh when Macken scored the last-minute winner.

      On another note, I enjoyed my biggest ever win betting last week when I put £20 on Colombia to recover from 3-0 after 60 minutes. I couldn't believe my luck as the referee gave the Colombians two pens and reduced the Chileans down to ten men.

      [–]Haveaitchyhead 1 point2 points ago

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      What was the return on that bet?

      [–]Dundeethe_codfather 6 points7 points ago

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      £400. I was actually about to place a £50 bet but talked myself out of it and made it £20 instead. Still, I was delighted that it came off.

      [–]Arsenal9jack9 6 points7 points ago

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      You only got 20/1 on a 0-3 recovery with half an hour to play?

      [–]Dundeethe_codfather 1 point2 points ago

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      Yeah but Colombia were the stronger team, playing at home and had a lot to play for. I don't know why but that comeback just felt inevitable.

      Normally the odds hit around 100/1 when a team goes 3-0 up.

      [–]ArsenalAnElegantPenis 33 points34 points ago

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      Arsenal 7-5 Reading.

      What a game that was.

      Horrible match to be a goalie in either side.

      My contribution: West Brom 5 - 5 Man United http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rKOdVAKTv8

      I believe it was the last game of 12/13 season.

      [–]Al-AhlyAmiroZ[S] 10 points11 points ago

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      West Brom 5 - 5 Man United http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rKOdVAKTv8

      Great contribution. How did I miss that one? I'll add it to the list.

      [–]Manchester Unitedlamancha 1 point2 points ago

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      That Arsenal-Reading match was so hillarious.

      [–]ArsenalAnElegantPenis -1 points0 points ago

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      Hilarious or entertaining?

      [–]Manchester Unitedlamancha 0 points1 point ago

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      Obviously both. Probably not an example of great football, but hell if I didn't had an awesome time cheering for a bigger scoresheet.

      [–]América de CaliEskwire 10 points11 points ago

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      Colombia not Columbia.

      [–]Republic of IrelandiAmMine89 4 points5 points ago

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      2 things: Was in the Gallowgate for that Newcastle/Arsenal 4 all, best match I've ever had the privilege of attending! All 8 goals, a disallowed goal and a red card down that end!

      Who remembers the eejit that lost the £4000 he put down to win £40 in that Angola/Mali match when it was 4 nil? Ridiculous!

      [–]West Bromwich AlbionUT92 4 points5 points ago

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      West Brom away at West Ham in 2003, we were 3-0 down after 17 minutes and won 4-3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIWNsOQ8CLk

      Though in 2010 West Ham nearly matched this and drew 3-3 at the Hawthorns after being 3-0 up: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/9391009.stm

      [–]Palmeiraspedrogasjar 3 points4 points ago

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      Palmeiras vs Vasco in the 2000 final of the Mercosul championship in South America. Palmeiras was playing at home and was up 3-0 at the end of the first half, Vasco won 4-3 with Romário scoring the last goal in the 93rd minute

      game highlights here

      [–]IFK Göteborgforsstromftw 3 points4 points ago

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      Switzerland 4 - 4 Iceland was pretty remarkable aswell.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx8pioeoAe4

      [–]Manchester Unitedberzerkerz 2 points3 points ago

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      Deportivo la Coruna 4:3 PSG 2000/01 CL group stages . 0:3 down after 55 minutes, Depor came storming back courtesy of a Pandiani hat-trick as the Riazor swallowed up the Parisians.

      Deportivo 4:0 AC Milan. Depor ripped Milan apart during the 2nd leg after a 4-1 defeat at San Siro. One of those special days where an exciting underdog destroys one of the giants.

      [–]Argentinamarianodan 4 points5 points ago

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      The crazy effects of altitude in Bolivia: Copa Libertadores 2002, Bolívar 5 - Atl. Paranaense 5, the brazilians did a big physical effort to take a 5 to 1 lead at half-time, then were asfixiated in the 2nd half. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64_8QRx3Rs4

      [–]Manchester Unitedyakandyeti 9 points10 points ago

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      United's 5-3 win against Spurs (we were 3-0 down at the half time). What a comeback that was.

      [–]Manchester Unitedatero 5 points6 points ago

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      I forget who the Spurs keeper was at the time, but the face he made after United made it 3 - 1 told it all. He was terrified.

      Edit, Sullivan, it was Sullivan.

      [–]Yeovil Townbazookajoe730 2 points3 points ago

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      Mansfield 4 - Bristol City 5

      City were trailing 4-2 in the 89th minute, only to score 3 to take the match.

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_div_2/2483505.stm

      [–]Werder BremenChamploo- 2 points3 points ago

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      Das Wunder von der Weser.

      [–]Royal AntwerpRed_Dog1880 2 points3 points ago

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      Royal Antwerp FC - Vitosha Sofia, 1989 UEFA Cup First Round

      1-3 down in the 87th minute, which is where the video starts.

      Royal Antwerp FC - Germinal Beerschot, 2002

      0-3 down in the city derby after just 26 minutes.

      [–]Emelecsaskanarchist 5 points6 points ago

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      11. The comeback won them the champions.

      [–]Barcelonajairzinho 5 points6 points ago

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      with some Dudek magic.

      [–]Chelseadigitalgaudium 4 points5 points ago

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      I now see how the Spurs got their reputation

      [–]Columbus CrewChildeRoland6 0 points1 point ago

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      The more you learn about spurs, the funnier it gets.

      [–]Atlético Madridcarpetano 1 point2 points ago

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      Liga 1993/94 Atlético de Madrid - Barcelona

      First half: At. Madrid 0 - Barcelona 3

      Full time: At. Madrid 4 - Barcelona 3

      [–]FC ZürichZM2N4AiP_A4 1 point2 points ago

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      Spurs 4 Arsenal 4. Modric with a fucking blooter

      [–]1. FC KaiserslauternStreichholzschachtel 1 point2 points ago

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      1. FC Kaiserslautern - Bayern München 7:4 - 1973

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liZha3XMdDw

      [–]Chelsea1485 1 point2 points ago

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      9) Cameroon 5-5 Portugal in FIFA U-17 World Championship 2003. Portugal was leading 5-0 until the 70th minute, where Cameron was able to score 5 goals within the last 20 minutes!!

      Watched that match, was absolutely insane.

      [–]Chelseamsbr_ 1 point2 points ago

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      number 18 was sickeningly predictable and not spectacular with poor calls.

      [–]LiverpoolDan-I-AM 11 points12 points ago

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      Istanbul surely?

      A Liverpool team containing the likes of Djimi Traore, Vladi Smicer and Milan Baros 3-0 down at half-time to a Milan team with greats such as Shevchenko, Kaka, Maldini and Gattusso. I don't think anyone could see a way back for Liverpool and it's definitely the greatest comeback and final for that matter that I've ever watched.

      [–]Best50 -1 points0 points ago

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      Unpopular opinion incoming: no way Gerrard was fouled for that penalty.

      [–]The StrongestBored-In-Work 1 point2 points ago

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      It's one of those difficult ones. He without a doubt throws himself when he feels the contact but was the contact enough to be a foul anyway? Was it even deliberate? I'm on the fence...

      [–]Best50 0 points1 point ago

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      Based on his other star fish attempts I'm saying it's a dive. If Ashley Young did it...

      [–]The StrongestBored-In-Work 1 point2 points ago

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      Gerrard rarely dives outright though that's why I question it. He's more the charge into the box, wait for contact and then throw yourself type. The important part is that there is usually contact and that's what makes it hard to separate the true 'dives' from the ones that were fouls which he just made more visible with his starfishing.

      I don't like any player going down easy or exaggerating challenges but 'dive' isn't always the best way to describe it is I guess what I'm saying.

      [–]Best50 0 points1 point ago

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      There's some absolute belters in here

      http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1GKXAKQY-0Y&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1GKXAKQY-0Y

      He doesn't do it anymore but this is enough for anyone to see that he cheated AC Milan.

      [–]The StrongestBored-In-Work 0 points1 point ago

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      I would say only one of those is an outright dive though (the one with the keeper). The others there's some kind of contact and then he throws himself down in a stupid exaggerated fashion and the last one looks like it might be a slip as much as a dive.

      I don't know why I'm defending this so much, I don't really care to be honest. He definitely does throw himself to ground and "play for" decisions I just wouldn't call it outright dives in most cases.

      [–]Liverpoollfcmillsy 8 points9 points ago

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      Easily Liverpool vs AC

      [–]LiverpoolSweetMojaveRain 8 points9 points ago

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      That double save off Shevchenko gives me chills

      [–]AC MilanRiding_my_bike 1 point2 points ago

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      Milan-Lecce was an amazing game. Boa Boa Teng Teng Teng

      [–]Manchester CityRabbit_Den 1 point2 points ago

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      Just wanted to add that City made that comeback with 10 men, as Barton was given a second yellow just after halftime was called for mouthing off to the ref. Wish I had been there to see that one.

      [–]Barcelonajairzinho -1 points0 points ago

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      Barca's comeback vs Milan, if we look at over two legs :)

      [–]LiverpoolSuperToaster93 2 points3 points ago

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      Always going to be Istanbul.

      It was the final you can't get any more dramatic then that if you tried.

      [–]Fenerbahçefenerhotspurs 0 points1 point ago

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      Galatasaray 3-4 Fenerbahçe http://t.co/4STQC20qcQ

      [–]MorecambeCrallac 0 points1 point ago

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      http://www1.skysports.com/watch/video/8960659/morecambe-4-3-chesterfield

      This was a cracking game from just a couple of weeks ago. Obviously nowhere near an "all time great" but still a bit more meaningful to me!

      3-0 down after 23 minutes against league leaders Chesterfield, brought it back with 4 second half goals, the winner being scored in the 86th minute.

      [–]Birmingham CityHelicon2 0 points1 point ago

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      We went 3-0 down within the first 20 mins away to Millwall last season and fought back to draw 3-3 courtesy of a Marlon King hat trick.

      [–]RomaniaAltVladC 0 points1 point ago

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      I'll chip in with one of the most famous matches in Romanian football.

      In this match from 2000 against minnows Foresta Fălticeni. Dinamo Bucharest had a 4-0 lead at home close to the 70th minute (video starts from 3-0). They ended up losing the match 4-5 and have been the butt of many jokes since. Foresta, in their third year in the top division, was relegated at the season's end and dissolved three years later.

      [–]Peterborough Unitedgaryfugazigary 0 points1 point ago

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      I moved from Peterborough To Melbourne in May 04 and have been back only once and have only seen one Posh game,guess which one :),i took my brother in law who is a Notts County fan who said it was one of the best games hes ever been to

      [–]Real MadridFUNNYBBQ 0 points1 point ago

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      Just today, the game between sweden and Germany. Germany was up 4-0 and then after the half they collapsed and conceded 4 goals. It was a great comeback for Sweden, who eventually tied it at 4-4

      [–]RangersMY_NAME_IS_NOT_RALPH 0 points1 point ago

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      Shelbourne went 3-0 up at home against Rangers in the 58th minute, but a penalty in the following minute led to a 5-3 win for Rangers

      I turned off the radio right after Shelbourne's third goal, only to read on teletext that they had turned it around in style.

      [–]ArsenalMinecraftMan1 0 points1 point ago

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      Port Vale 4-4 QPR, 1996/97 Second Division

      The Vale were 4-0 up at halftime and a peach of an own goal by Holwyn (on his debut!) midway through the second half brang the scoreline back to 4-1. It remained that way until the 85th minute before QPR scored three fantastic goals (The first being an amazing top corner volley (someone gif this), the second a chip and the third on the rebound after a great save) to salvage a point.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYGNm4ikyvY

      1984: QPR 5-5 Newcastle, 1984/85 First Division

      Newcastle went 4-0 up at halftime, but a gallant QPR scored twice, excluded a classic Bale-style own goal, to bring it back to 4-3. Newcastle scored again late on, but the Rangers replied twice to seal a thrilling game. Danny Baker puts it well: "You know those games where people say 'We coulda played all day and night and never score'? Well, this is the opposite of one of those..."

      The game actually proved to be vital for QPR. They finished 19th, on 50 points, with a goal difference of -19, above Norwich City, who finished 20th, on 49 points, with a goal difference of -18, and were relegated.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEogJgb7sSE

      [–]Leeds Unitedslotbadger 0 points1 point ago

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      Leeds Vs Derby County, 4-3. Nov 8th, 1997, back when both of us were top 10 sides in the Premier League (We finished 5th that year). 2 Derby goals from a certain Mr D Sturridge (Dean, of course) and another from Aljosa Asanovic, and Derby were 3-0 up.

      I can remember listening to this match in my old room, I must have been 12 years old... genuinely surprised I didn't switch off. I also remember jumping up and down on my bed when the goals from Wallace, Hasselbaink, Kewell, and a last minute one from Bowyer made it 4-3. Absolutely amazing.

      Derby fans can take consolation in the fact that they always beat us nowadays. Absolutely our bogey team.

      [–]ArsenalRascolito 0 points1 point ago

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      Unfortunately in swedish. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pNqAnTMvOk AIK vs Djurgårdens IF. 3-3

      The big derby in Stockholm, both clubs were founded in 1891 and is known as the "twin-clubs". During the begining of the 2000's both clubs were fighting fo the title almost every year, so it was just not a derby but two potential league winners squaring of.

      Djurgården took the lead late in the first half, then went on to score both 2 and 3-0 late in the second. In the 79th minute AIK scored to start their comeback.

      [–]De_Stekke 0 points1 point ago

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      Anderlecht-Bremen is my only youth trauma. Sigh...

      [–]WolvesGenerate 0 points1 point ago

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      This is a Wolves comeback vs Leicester where we were 0-3 down at half time and came back to win 4-3! Still remember this game and me and my dad going mental watching soccer Saturday when the 4th went in!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBbgDSNTkmY

      [–]Oxford UnitedChoo41 0 points1 point ago

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      Remember that Mali Angola game, for this reason only!

      [–]Michauxonfire 0 points1 point ago

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      Tottenham shows up twice. Fuck.

      [–]Tottenham HotspurNickJackelson 0 points1 point ago

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      Iceland were 4-1 down after 50 minutes against Switzerland in Bern, before pulling off a 4-4 draw through goals from Kolbeinn Sigþórsson and Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson, whose last goal completed his stunning hat-trick in extra time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8utNWLpA4uA

      [–]Hertha BSCthegobetween 0 points1 point ago

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      I was at the Germany v Sweden game in Berlin last year. Left for a piss at 4-2, probably ready to leave with my less-than-football-enamoured lady after that. 4v4. My mood matched the Germans' on the way home.

      [–]kuberdinho 0 points1 point ago

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      Sweden vs Gernany for sure

      [–]West Bromwich AlbionTheLightInChains 0 points1 point ago

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      Number 21 is my favourite.

      [–]CelticJonnyBhoy 0 points1 point ago

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      In Oct 2011, trailing Rangers by 10 points, Celtic went to Rugby Park to play Kilmarnock in that weekend's early kick off and were 3-0 down by half time. Into the second half, the score was still the same in the 70th minute and it looked like Rangers would have the opportunity to go 13 points clear when they played their match. Lennon has since admitted that he was probably going to resign after that result.

      Instead, the players rallied and three goals in seven minutes allowed us to scrape a draw. Rangers also drew their game later that afternoon and the gap stayed at 10. Although the gap widened when we dropped more points later that month, this game was the turning point and the first of a run of 21 games unbeaten, almost all of them wins, that saw us claw back Rangers' lead in the league and go back top before the new year when we beat them on the 28th Dec.

      We won the league, Lennon stayed in the job and has gone from strength to strength, with high profile wins in the CL. How history could have been so different if not for those seven minutes.

      [–]digitalDirt 0 points1 point ago

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      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQK-ZnF0HeU

      Arsenal - reading

      Arsenal Down by 4

      [–]stevie8 0 points1 point ago

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      Istanbul hands down. There will never be anything like it.

      [–]AC MilanTHEasianFROMtheBLOCK 0 points1 point ago

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      Arsenal vs Newcastle : arsenal with 4 goals in first half, new castle 4 goals in second half

      [–]Austriascorpzrage 0 points1 point ago

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      That 2005 CL video has to be the worst of all of them. Who edits like that?

      [–]EnglandTheMediumPanda 0 points1 point ago

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      You should probably go higher than 3. That happens fairly often. Just last week Chile was up 3-0 against Columbia before the ref seemingly went mental, didn't show Falcao for a 2 footed, studs up flying takedown, then showed off a Chile player and gave Columbia two penalties. After having equalized, 8 minutes of the most boring football in the history of the world followed because both teams were more or less guaranteed for Brazil. If you've ever seen the Simpsons episode where they're making fun of football (Portugal-Mexico), you'll know what I mean.

      EDIT: Oops, I didn't actually read your wall of text first :) Anyway, you forgot to mention that Falcao should have been sent off for his insane tackle.

      [–]Bayern MünchenCajvall 0 points1 point ago

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      [–]Liverpoolbminus 0 points1 point ago

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      When Tiote scores that fourth goal against Arsenal, I get the biggest grin I've ever had. What a great comeback

      [–]The NetherlandsNorganon 0 points1 point ago

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      The 2006-07 Real Madrid season was filled with it. Higuain's goal against Espanyol, oh the screaming...

      [–]Manchester Unitedspoofex 0 points1 point ago

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      They are called Tottenham Hotspur, not Tottenham Spurs.

      edited: because I'm a twat.

      [–][deleted] 1 point2 points ago

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      Tottenham Hotspur, not Hotspurs.

      [–]Manchester Unitedspoofex 1 point2 points ago

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      I'm a twat...

      [–]ArsenalitsJamess -1 points0 points ago

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      Am I the only one who thinks the match Manchester United vs Bayern Munich on 1999 Champions league final was one of the greatest comeback in football? I hope not..

      [–]Liverpooldevssieger -1 points0 points ago

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      Sorry about the downvotes, but at least this way you can make an Unpopular Opinion Puffin and reap that sweet sweet karma.

      [–]Seattle SoundersUlisesBrambila -1 points0 points ago

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      Even though Guadalajara wasn't down by 3, I still believe this game had A LOT to do with Javier Hernandez transferring to Manchester United. Estudiantes was up 0-2 at the 78th minute and Guadalajara had only a few minutes to turn it around.