4 Biggest Comebacks in The History of Football

Football is a sport of uncertainties. Last minute finishes are not a rare sight in this game. But some teams have come back from the bottom to win the match by a big margin.

Here is a list of some thrilling matches, which left the watchers awestruck:

1. Reading 5-7 Arsenal

_63832380_155018998League Cup to break into the top 8. Reading stand at four goals to nill at 35th minute.But just before the break Walcott scores a top class goal for Arsenal, chipping one over the Goal-keeper.

Giroud and Koscielny also score awesome goals. Walcott scores in the injury time, in the 94th minute, to get the match into extra time.

FT Reading 4-4 Arsenal.

Chamakh scores in the extra time, to get Arsenal in lead for the first time in the match which was soon leveled by Pavel Pogrebnyak.  Walcott and Chamakh had the last laugh with both of them scoring a goal each and getting their team through to the next round and register one of the most remarkable nights in league cup history.

2. Germany 4-4 Sweden

maxresdefault.jpgWorld Cup Qualifiers 2014. With goals fromKloss, Mertesacker and Ozil, Germany played invincibly in the first half, with the lead of 4-0. But this was the time for the big man Ibrahimovic to stand up.

Scoring a header in the 61st minute, Zlatan, Mikael Lustig and Johan Elmander scored in the space of 14 minutes with Elm striking the equaliser to the seal the match in the 90+2′.

3. QPR 2-3 MCI

article-2143724-13124e39000005dc-314_964x532Race to the title. Manchester United and Manchester City stood at arm’s length in the premier league points table. United with 86 and City with 87 points with one match remaining for both teams. Sunderland vs Manchester United, United won 1-0 to reach 89 points, while City reeled behind with 2-1 against Queen Park Rangers at the 90+2′.

City scored twice in the stoppage time to win the league on goal difference. While some City supporters had already started leaving the stadium, Dzeko rose to the occasion to head one onto the goal. Soon after, Aguero scored a screamer to take his team to the title, which had eluded them since 1968.

4. AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool

ad_155666641UEFA Champions League Final 2005. With a goal from Paolo Maldini and a double from Hernan Crespo, Milan had an unassailable 3-0 lead at the end of half time.

But Liverpool came back strong in the second half, and scored three goals with help of Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso in a seven-minute spell.

The match then went into, penalty shoot-outs which Liverpool won by 3-2.

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