The Greatest Football Comebacks of All Time

The beauty of สัมผัสกับประสบการณ์เล่นเกมคาสิโนออนไลน์ชั้นนำ is that a team that once looked like they were on the verge of defeat can come from behind and win the game. It’s what makes the sport so great, and it’s been the reason for many mind-blowing comebacks throughout history. Whether it’s an incredible comeback from multiple goals down or the unlikely rescue of a playoff-bound side from the depths, there’s no better feeling in the world than watching a team fight back when all hope seemed lost. With that in mind, GIVEMESPORT has compiled The Greatest Football Comebacks of All Time.

The biggest comeback in NFL history came when the Buffalo Bills fought back from a 35-3 third-quarter deficit against the Houston Oilers in 1992, thanks to a late rally capped by backup quarterback Frank Reich’s fourth touchdown pass of the game. That’s a game that even a decade later still sticks in the minds of fans as one of the most remarkable comebacks of all time.

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Another famous comeback was England’s triumph against Cameroon at the 1999 World Cup in Italy. The underdogs trailed a goal to the eventual champions in the first half before striker Les Ferdinand scored from close range to equalize in the second. It looked as though they’d be heading for a second last-eight exit until Gary Lineker struck from the penalty spot in the 91st minute to make it 3-1 and send the match into extra time.

The record for the largest comeback without overtime belongs to Michigan State, who overcame a 28-3 deficit against Northwestern in October 2006. It’s also the biggest second-half comeback in college football history.