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Most Clutch Goals

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posted 1 month ago

comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 9 minutes ago
Solsjkaer
Bruce

In that order
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A different order might be

Solskjaer
Bruce
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Typos, really?

Okay.

posted 1 month ago

comment by #LiquidGenius (U20571)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Joe The King Exotic (U10026)

Solskjaer is the only answer.
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That was the winner, but the score was 1-1 already at that point, so the pressure was off to an extent.

Teddy's goal was more clutch.

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But it also won the CL. It’s a bigger clutch goal.

posted 1 month ago

comment by Winston (U16525)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 9 minutes ago
Solsjkaer
Bruce

In that order
————
A different order might be

Solskjaer
Bruce
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Typos, really?

Okay.
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Sorry, couldn’t resist

posted 1 month ago

comment by There'sOnlyOneRed's (U1721)

Never heard of a clutch goal but Gerrard versus Olympiakos in the CL and West Ham in the FA Cup. He would go on to lift both trophies.
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Ooo, these are great shouts.

Especially the West Ham goal; 90+ mins, 2-3 down, and he nailed it from over 30 yards.

posted 1 month ago

comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 44 seconds ago
comment by Winston (U16525)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 9 minutes ago
Solsjkaer
Bruce

In that order
————
A different order might be

Solskjaer
Bruce
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Typos, really?

Okay.
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Sorry, couldn’t resist
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posted 1 month ago

Scoring in the clutch

Yeah Americanism, scoring in last minute to get something out of a game.

posted 1 month ago

Gerrard’s were nice.

United’s were out of this world.

posted 1 month ago

So this is a thread of most important injury time goals?
Dzeko v QPR is more "clutch" than Agueros I am guessing, because Aguero couldnt have scored the winner without an equaliser?

posted 1 month ago

Are we saying Bergkamp’s penalty in the semi final replay could have been a clutch goal?

posted 1 month ago

Clutch goal? Please save our beautiful game from Americanisms.

posted 1 month ago

I'm not too familiar with the context of the Bruce goal... I've seen clips and I know it was deep into injury-time, but was the title on the line?

posted 1 month ago

comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 21 seconds ago
Are we saying Bergkamp’s penalty in the semi final replay could have been a clutch goal?
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No, that would have been a winner. Only equalisers count.

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posted 1 month ago

Oh no it would have been a winner wouldn’t it, as you were

posted 1 month ago

Aguero second to Solskjaer.

Will haunt me to the day I die. Although the only slight comfort is it really was justice that they won the league that year. Entirely deserved.

posted 1 month ago

Were any of atleticos 4 goals against Liverpool clutch goals? Because if so, that one would be my favourite

posted 1 month ago

No one uses choke. We say bottle. You either have bottle or you bottle it. Balls is an alternative.

posted 1 month ago

comment by Fourzah (U22366)
posted 1 minute ago
love u English pretending 2 not know what "clutch" means in relation too sports

yet u use its oposite "choke" all the time.

ridiculus.
tho, thinking about it, I guess it makes sense.
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I think you’ll find we call it ‘bottling it’ or ‘Spursing it up’, thank you very much.

comment by N2 (U22280)

posted 1 month ago

comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 31 minutes ago
Best clutch goals are when a player accelerates away and hits a team on the brake
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Steering their team into the next round despite not having gotten out of 2nd gear.

posted 1 month ago

comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 28 seconds ago
comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 31 minutes ago
Best clutch goals are when a player accelerates away and hits a team on the brake
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Steering their team into the next round despite not having gotten out of 2nd gear.
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That’s a matter of a pinion

posted 1 month ago

comment by D'Jeezus Mackaroni (U1137)

So this is a thread of most important injury time goals?
Dzeko v QPR is more "clutch" than Agueros I am guessing, because Aguero couldnt have scored the winner without an equaliser?
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How did I forget the Aguero goal?

No, in that case Aguero's goal was more clutch (slightly, both were hugely clutch), because City needed all 3 points to win the title, hence needed both goals. Aguero's was more clutch because it was literally the last kick.

posted 1 month ago

Both Sheringham and Solskjaers goals in the ‘99 final were clutch goals, as they both had to be scored in order to win the game as there would be unlikely be any other chances to score.

Clutch doesn’t just have to be one singular event, it is coming up with the goods in the most important moments, when there probably won’t be another chance.

posted 1 month ago

Ramires vs Barca
Drogba vs Bayern
Drogba penalty vs Bayern

posted 1 month ago

Next we'll have the yanks calling the goals baskets.

posted 1 month ago

To be fair Ramires' goal is probably the most under rated and greatest goal of all time, the finish was fackin exquisite as well

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