Top 6 Most Entertaining Football Matches In Recent History

Top 6 Most Entertaining Football Matches In Recent History

In the world of football, we have experienced different good matches which made football fans and followers having incredible feelings and being emotional when they re-think about them.

Now let’s take time to remind you of six matches in the recent times which are most interesting and Entertaining in the football world.

6. Newcastle United 4-4 Arsenal: St. James Park 2011 – Barclays Premier League

An amazing comeback from Newcastle United left Arsenal in shock after four goals in the first-half for Arsene Wenger’s side looked to have won the game, but after losing Abou Diaby to a red card, the Gunners found themselves taking just one point home from what looked like a sure three.

5. Barcelona 2-2 Chelsea (Agg 2-3): Camp Nou 2012 – UCL Semifinal Second Leg

Fernando Torres and Ramires stun Camp Nou to send 10-man Blues into final after Messi misses second-half penalty.

Chelsea reached the Champions League final despite John Terry’s sending off to seal a truly remarkable two-legged victory over Barcelona.

The Blues were in serious trouble after goals from Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta put Barca ahead either side of Terry’s dismissal for violent conduct.

4. Chelsea 4-4 Liverpool (Agg:7-5): Stamford Bridge 2009 – UCL Semi-final 2nd Leg

Liverpool were beaten 1-3 from the first leg at Anfield and had to score at least three goals to qualify for the finals for the second time in a row. Liverpool scored twice within 28 minutes through a brilliant free kick from Fabio Aurelio and a goal from spot-kick by Xabi Alonso made the match a thriller.

However, in the second half, Chelsea scored three times to believe they have claimed the match. But Liverpool once again scored twice. Finally, a Frank Lampard strike on 89th minute clinched a thrilling 7-5 aggregate win for the Blues.

3. Chelsea 1-1 Bayern Munich (AET 4-3 pens): Allianz Arena 2012 – UCL Final

Chelsea stunned Bayern Munich in a dramatic penalty shoot-out at the Allianz Arena to win the Champions League for the first time in Bavaria.

Two late goals in regulation and a missed Arjen Robben penalty in extra time sent the final to penalties. Didier Drogba is the one who struck the decisive kick from 12 yards out.

2. Manchester United 2-1 Bayern Munich: Camp Nou 1999 – Champions League Final

Again this game also features one of the best ever comebacks. Bayern Munich took the lead early in the match through Mario Basler’s free-kick. The match looked like done and dusted until the final minutes of the game. A Sir Alex Ferguson inspired substitution to bring on Ole and Teddy Sheringham. The Englishman scored goals in three minutes added on and helped them to win the first treble in their history.

1. Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan (3-2 penalties): Istanbul 2005 – Champions League Final


Liverpool beat AC Milan 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out to win the Champions League after sensationally coming from three goals down at half-time.

This is one of the best ever comebacks in the footballing history. Paolo Maldini gave Milan a first-minute lead and Hernan Crespo’s double gave AC Milan a seemingly unassailable lead.

Steven Gerrard gave Liverpool hope and Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso levelled in a seven-minute spell.

However, the game went on to extra time and penalties in which Liverpool won when Andriy Shevchenko had his penalty saved by Jerzy Dudek.

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