Hello there!!! Thank you and welcome back to today's updates where we will look at some of the late goals in football that changed results. Let's see;
1. SERGIO AGUERO vs QPR
It was the final day of the 2011/12 premier league season and giants Manchester United and Manchester City had tied points, with both having 86 points but Man City were on top of the table due to goal difference.
The last game against QPR was almost finishing in a draw before Sergio Aguero fired home the 94th minute goal which gave Man City the title. Without the goal, Man United would have won the league.
2. RODRYGO vs MANCHESTER CITY
Real Madrid were almost being knocked out of the UEFA champions league semi finals by Manchester City as the second leg aggregate score was 5-3.
However, Rodrygo came with magic and scored 2 goals in 1 minute to force the game into extra time before Karim Benzema scored the winning goal to send Real Madrid into the final.
3. KARL TOKO EKAMBI vs ALGERIA
Cameroon lost 1-0 to Algeria in the first leg of World Cup qualification. The second leg was forced into extra time before Algeria added another goal in added time.
However, Karl Toko Ekambi scored in 124th minute to force the game to a 2-2 draw and Cameroon qualified due to more away goals.
4. OLE GUNNAR vs BAYERN MUNICH
The 1998/99 UEFA champions league final between Manchester United and Bayern Munich was 1-1 at normal 90 minutes.
Sir Alex Ferguson decided to bring in Ole Gunnar Solskjear who came in and scored the winning goal for Man United to win their second champions league title.
5. RODRYGO vs CHELSEA
Chelsea were leading 4-3 by aggregate in the second leg against Real Madrid and would have qualified if the game ended that way.
However, Rodrygo for another time forced the game into extra time after a good finishing from Luka Modric's world class pass. Benzema scored a header in extra time and Real Madrid qualified.
Thank you for your time and welcome back in the next article.
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