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blackdouglas
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Barcelona have twice come back to win (on penalties) after a 3-0 defeat. They did this against Ipswich Town and Gothenburg.
Ipswich was in the UEFA or Cup Winners Cup, but Gothenburg was in the European Cup Semi-Final of 1986. A substitute called Pichi Alonso got all 3 goals.
Never heard of him before or since.
I think Real Madrid came back from 4-1 down against Derby in the 1975-6 European Cup. Think it was 5-1 in the Bernabeu.
Coming back from 2-0 down is not the same as coming back from say 3-1 down when you have the option of winning on away goals.
What were the details of BATE Borisov's comeback?


Haven't got a clue mate, it is Leo's post that mentioned it I only quoted him.



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2007-8 Champions League (1st qualifying round).
APOEL 2-0 BATE
BATE 3-0 APOEL (aet)



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blackdouglas
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2007-8 Champions League (1st qualifying round).
APOEL 2-0 BATE
BATE 3-0 APOEL (aet)


Cheers Leo, but (tongue firmly in cheek from here) you see where the problem with this stat is, it's qualifying which (to the media anyway) doesn't count either.Wink



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2007-8 Champions League (1st qualifying round).
APOEL 2-0 BATE
BATE 3-0 APOEL (aet)


Cheers Leo, but (tongue firmly in cheek from here) you see where the problem with this stat is, it's qualifying which (to the media anyway) doesn't count either.Wink



and it's not after 90 minutes either.


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Not the Champions League but in the 1980's I saw QPR play Partizan Belgrade at Arsenal in the UEFA Cup, they won 6-2 but still managed to go out on away goals as they lost 4-0 in Yugoslavia. I think this is the biggest comeback in European competitions.
Another big comeback was Hearts 3 Bologna 0 followed by Bologna 4 Hearts 0. I think that was also the UEFA Cup.
Lierse SK were probably the only side to come back from a 2-0 deficit from the home leg. They went to Elland Road and won 4-0. Don Revie put the reserves out in the second leg. Arsenal nearly repeated the feat yesterday.



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Inter v Spurs is currently in et with the Italians leading 3-0 on the night!



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Bloody Spurs!! They'll be the death of me. Unsure



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Cup Winners' Cup 1961-2

1 Le Chaux-de-Fonds 6-2 Leixoes
2 Leixoes 5-0 Le Chaux-de-Fonds

That's pretty impressive in my book.

Punky, away goals never killed anybody... Tongue




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Bloody Spurs!! They'll be the death of me. Unsure


As a gooner I think it is high time we got rid of the away goals rule... ;)


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Punky, away goals never killed anybody... Tongue

Last night my heart told me it was possible it could happen. Unsure



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Bloody Spurs!! They'll be the death of me. Unsure

As a gooner I think it is high time we got rid of the away goals rule... ;)

Be patient Andy, you'll have your fun. I'm amazed we've got this far so I'm under no illusions that we can actually win this thing. Crazy

I'm just hoping we can avoid Chelsea and Newcastle.

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We've been drawn at home to Basel. I'd have preferred the first leg away but I'm happy with that.



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According to BBC Sport in relation to Dortmund's win tonight:

"It was the first time a team needing to score two extra-time goals to triumph in the Champions League has done so since Manchester United in the 1999 final"

Why do some people find it so difficult to understand the difference between 'injury' or 'stoppage' time and 'extra' time?


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Alistair Mann deep into the second half of Newcastle Utd v Fulham last Sunday: "Cisse isn't going to score today".

Oh, yeah?! Crazy


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Jeff Stelling on Saturday: "East Stirling look to be in real danger at the bottom of the Scottish third division."

In danger of what?


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To be fair to Jeff, I think he does a better job than most with info coming in left, right and centre and the likes of Matt Le Tiss screaming away in the background. Sure, there's a few bloopers along the way, but fewer than you might expect.

What I do NOT and will NEVER forgive Sky is employing that utter gobshite and spawn of the devil Chris Kamara. But then you would need to be a Bees fan to understand the depth of animosity Bees fans feel towards that whoreson turncoat lickspittle.


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Chris Kamara is a legend in Bradford. He took us to Wembley for the first (and until this year the only) time, and turned a team that was going nowhere into a promoted team within a few months. He played and managed with his heart on his sleeve, and we loved him for it. Why the animosity?


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Chris Kamara is a legend in Bradford. He took us to Wembley for the first (and until this year the only) time, and turned a team that was going nowhere into a promoted team within a few months. He played and managed with his heart on his sleeve, and we loved him for it. Why the animosity?


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I know... you need to be a Bees fan to understand. Chris Kamara was part of the dream Brentford midfield (we've had dream defences, dream attacks and dream midfields, but sadly never all at the same time) of the early 80s of Kamara, Stan Bowles and Terry Hurlock. Think about for a minute and you'll see what a stunning midfield that was (respectively, that'd be realism, fantasy, and brute force) in the context of a third division side... as good as most in the country. Sadly, the rest of the bunch were fairly ordinary.

Anyway, Chris spent the best part of 5 seasons at the club, and was a universally well respected and well treated player.Then he left, then he went into the media, since when he has never wasted an opportunity to pour scorn on the club. Our view has been... well, if that's the way you want to play it...

Kamara in his role as a pundit has had many opportunities to spout his bile. However, he has only rarely returned to GP. To illustrate that it is not just me, but widely felt, a few years ago Sky were covering an FA Cup match and Chris was to be the expert summariser. Facilities at Griffin Park for TV commentary are rather rudimentary (a bit of scaffolding, and a ladder to climb up). So the TV gantry (ie scaffold) was just above me. Chris had just got himself settled down. Little old lady next to me (you know the sort, early 60s, marmite sandwiches, flask of tea, hubby in tow) started waving and shouting "Coo-ee, Chris... coo-eee....", at which point Kamara deigned to look down, smile on his face, probably expecting some kind words, only to be met by little old lady transformed into a figure of hate, shouting "Why do you f***ing hate us so much, you...." well I won't carry on, suffice it to say that (a) she continued with a diatribe involving words you would not expect to hear from an upstanding matron in her 60s with a hot flask in her hands and (b) her words were drowned out by an even ruder (if that was possible) chant from the neighbours in an otherwise Bovril-drinking, programme-reading part of the ground.

So, no, we don't like him because he doesn't like us.


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Oi, why has no one else been incensed by the extra-time/injury-time thing???


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I might be, but I was then sidetracked by reminders of Chris Kamara (my own fault, admittedly...), which trumped it.

On a further sidetrack, is it just me who is annoyed when Shrewsbury is pronounced as if there were a small furry animal involved? I'm sure someone will tell me that that is an acceptable alternative pronunciation, but I don't care. It still annoys me.


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On a further sidetrack, is it just me who is annoyed when Shrewsbury is pronounced as if there were a small furry animal involved?

It doesn't annoy me but I do agree with you re:the pronunciation.



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is it just me who is annoyed when Shrewsbury is pronounced as if there were a small furry animal involved?

I thought ''Taming of the Shrow' was one of Billys best !



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But Shroosbury is just as correct as Shrowesbury!


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Many local people say Shoesbury, without an initial 'r'.


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On a further sidetrack, is it just me who is annoyed when Shrewsbury is pronounced as if there were a small furry animal involved? I'm sure someone will tell me that that is an acceptable alternative pronunciation, but I don't care. It still annoys me.


I always called it Shrows (to rhyme with throws) bury, until I met a local who called it Shrews (to rhyme with lose) bury which I've used ever since as I assumed that if a local says it that way, that's the correct way.


Same with Southwell (Suthall and South-well)


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I always though that there was no mid-word "w" in the Nottinghamshire, hence as well as Suth'all (Southwell), we have Blid'urth and Rain'urth



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