Football has always been an interesting game with an ample amount of exciting moments that have caught the attention of the fans watching the game and allowing them to remember those moments throughout their life. The best moments in a soccer game are the last-minute goals that have just been the best every moment in the history of Soccer. And, here are the Top 10 Best Last-Minute Goals In Football History.
Best Last-Minute Goals In Football History
10. Arsenal vs Liverpool (2001 FA Cup Final)
Liverpool won the cup in this FA cup final when in the last 5 minutes Michael Owen scored his another goal and secured the cup for his team. And with that goal, he also achieved his place among the greatest football players of all time. This goal surely deserves its place among the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
9. Tottenham Vs Arsenal (2008 Premier League)
Tottenham was down 4-2 and in the 89th minute, Jermaine Jenas scored one goal that created some hope for Tottenham. Then in the last extra four minutes, Aaron Lennon scored one more goal and brought Tottenham back in the game. This goal surely deserves the ninth place in our list of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
8. Manchester City vs Tottenham (2004 FA Cup)
One of the richest football clubs, Manchester City, was down 3-0 and seemed to lose the game completely. However, Manchester City managed to get 3-3. The game seemed to go to extra time until in the 90th minute John Macken scored the fourth goal for the Manchester City. This goal now holds the eighth place in our list of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
7. Olympiakos vs Liverpool (2004 UEFA Champions League)
The liver pool was leading with 2-1 and needed another goal badly. In the 86th minute of the match, Stevan Gerrard scored another goal in favour of Liverpool helping the team secure the progression in the competition. This goal now holds the seventh place in our list of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
6. Barcelona Vs Chelsea (2009 UEFA Champions League)
Barcelona had only 10 men in the field and then Andres Iniesta shot a goal from the edge and equalized Barcelona sending off Chelsea out of the competition. That day, Barcelona had one of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
5. Real Zaragoza vs Arsenal (1995 UEFA Cup Final)
Both the teams were 1-1 and the extra time was taken. Just before the extra time was about to end, the midfielder of Zaragoza named as Nayim picked the ball and scored the goal helping Zaragoza win the game. This goal surely deserves the fifth place in our list of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
4. Arsenal Vs Liverpool (1989 Premier League Champions Finals)
Arsenal had to win 2-0 against Liverpool to claim the title and prevent Liverpool to win the league. The game was in the last minute and Arsenal was leading with 1-0 and after that, Michael Thomas got the ball and scored another goal making 2-0 for Arsenal helping them won the league. This goal now holds fourth place in our list of the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
3. Greece Vs England (2001 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers)
England was 2-1 down after 69 minutes and all was needed was a draw because Germany was even struggling in their game. However, one of the most handsome football players, Beckham, scored a goal in the 93rd minute that secured the place of England in the world Cup finals. This goal definitely deserves the third place among the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.
2. West Ham Vs Liverpool (2006 FA Cup Final)
This game had been considered the greatest final in the history of the FA Cup. Liverpool was 2-0 down in the first half and they levelled the game in the second half. However, Paul Konchesky of West Ham put the team into leads again. One of the most popular footballers of all time, Steven Gerrard started suffering from cramps with only a few minutes. He managed to score the goal from 37 yards and levelled the game again in the 91st minute. The goal shocked the West Ham players and Liverpool won the game on penalties.
1. Bayern Munich Vs Manchester United (1999 UEFA Champions League Final)
Manchester United was 1-0 down following the free-kick of Mario Basler. Manchester United thought of rescuing the game, they took the possession of the ball since the kickoff, and then Sheringham passed the ball to Ole Gunnar who scored the goal at 92:17. The goal was so surprising to the other team that they could not restart the game. This goal now holds the top place among the top 10 best last-minute goals in football history.