Sport's greatest comeback?
Quarterback Brady described the match as a “hell of a football game” — and it has been hailed as one of sport’s greatest turnarounds.
Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors, 2016 NBA finals
No team had ever come back from 3-1 down to win the best-of-seven NBA finals — until the Cavaliers defied history to end a 52-year drought.
Europe vs. USA, 2012 Ryder Cup’s Miracle of Medinah
The 14½-13½ victory matched the record fightback achieved by Ben Crenshaw’s US team in Boston in 1999, which overhauled a four-point deficit, and remains the best from a European side in the competition.
Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians, 2016 World Series
The Chicago Cubs were 3-1 down in the best-of-seven series and blew a three-run lead in the final game, but fought back to secure a monumental 8-7 victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Liverpool vs. AC Milan, 2005 Champions League final
Liverpool trudged off the pitch at half-time trailing 3-0 to the Italian giants and experienced the ignominy of listening to jubilant Milan players celebrating in the other dressing room. But led by inspirational captain Steven Gerrard, the Reds dragged themselves level at 3-3 and went on to win the penalty shootout.
The English team won European football’s top club title for the fifth time, and manager Rafael Benitez admitted his side had won “when all seemed lost.”
America’s Cup, 2013
Oracle Team USA trailed Emirates Team New Zealand 8-1 in the first-to-nine series at sailing’s elite competition.
“We were looking down the barrel of a gun,” the defending champion’s skipper Jimmy Spithill admitted.