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Old 14-08-2008, 12:15   #1
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i think we can make a thread were we post all last minute champion or relegated or somethink

i begin with eintracht frankfurt who scored in the last 2 minutes 2 goals and come with a 6:3 over reutlingen in the last second in the first bundesliga really amazing i have never heard that a german commentator scream a goal so nice how in this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_icV6CS6w

or bayern munich become in last minute bundesliga champion where schalke think the game is out and they are champion
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Old 14-08-2008, 12:51   #2
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Depor - Valencia 1994...nothing more to say
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Depor - Valencia 1994...nothing more to say


eeuuuf painfull
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I regard Nayim's goal as the most impressive last minute title for the european competitions

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Michael Thomas' goal v Liverpool in 1989 for Arsenal.

Arsenal had to win by 2 goals at Anfield and were 1-0 up going into injury time. In the very last seconds, Michael Thomas scored the goal that took to the title to Highbury.

http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=4jiBIdtUKhs

And who can forget one of the greatest games in a European Championship?

Spain needed to win to go through from the group and with the match at 3-2 to Yugoslavia going into injury tie, and the other game in the group finishing 0-0, it meant that Spain would be out if they didn't win. Fortunately, they scored twice in injury time and won 4-3 which meant both Spain and Yugoslavia went through.

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2005 Playoffs of schottisch league

Motherwell Fc 2:1 Celtic Glasgow
89 minute mc donald scores
92 minute mc donald scores

1. Glasgow Ranger 93 points
2: Celtic Glasgow 92 points

and what for goals of mc donald
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Another fantastic tiitle decider from Scotland.

Going into the final day of the 1985-86 season on May 3, 1986, Hearts were in a very strong position. They were two points clear of second-placed Celtic and had a goal difference that was four goals better. With only two points available for a win in Scottish football at this time (three points for a win was not introduced until 1994), Hearts only needed to avoid defeat in the match at Dens Park to win the championship. Hearts had not lost any match since September 28, 1985. It was also possible that Hearts could win the championship even if they lost the match, so long as Celtic did not overturn the goal difference advantage by winning heavily against St Mirren at Love Street.

At half-time, with the scoreline at Dens Park still 0–0, it was announced over the public address system that Celtic were winning 4–0. Although Hearts were on course to win the point they needed to win the championship, the score at Love Street meant that Hearts had lost their goal difference advantage over Celtic. Hearts knew that they would have to avoid defeat in their match to win the championship.

Midway through the second half, with the score at Dens Park still locked at 0–0, the Dundee manager Archie Knox (now asssitant to Paul Ince at Blackburn) brought on Kidd (a forward) as a substitute for left full-back Tosh McKinlay in an effort to win the game. Dundee needed to win the game to stand a chance of qualifying for the UEFA Cup.

Albert Kidd (dark blue shirt, left) celebrates after scoring his first goal against Hearts. Sandy Clark (#9) appeals for offside in vain.In the 83rd minute, with Hearts less than 10 minutes away from winning their first championship since 1960, Kidd scored the opening goal with a close-range finish from a corner kick. Six minutes later, Kidd effectively ended Hearts' chances by scoring a sublime second goal to make the final score a 2–0 win for Dundee. Remarkably, Kidd had not scored all season before scoring two goals in the last 10 minutes of the season. Celtic won their game 5–0 to win the championship on goal difference by three goals.

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