That game only confirmed the title for Leicester, they would've won eventually anyway. It was the WBA home game the weekend before the Chelsea game that doomed us.Chelsea game in 2016. We were 2 up and totally blew it. We were still challenging Leicester for the title but that draw finished us for the season concluding with the 5-1 hammering from a relegated Newcastle. Cold sweats remembering it. Had we just kept our heads how different things could have been.
Euro 96 is a great shout. It really did feel like it was coming home that year. I'm just not entirely convinced we'd win if we replayed that match.For me I'd measure it on what was reasonably achievable from that match, and how it went.
A lot of these games (e.g. England v Croatia, 2015 Cup final) the team was obviously outclassed and so second best in various areas that I don't think there would likely be any change.
The Portsmouth semi final is one that springs to mind Spurs-wise, but then we'd have had a tough final to come.
Euro 96 semi final though is the one for me. Came down to penalties in the end to split it, after two massive chances to win it in extra time, and the Czech's the opponents in the final with home advantage.
I can't agree with this one. As annoying as it was to finish behind Arsenal it didn't really have any long term impact and finishing third rather than second is pretty irrelevant compared to possibly winning a cup or making an international final. Not saying you're wrong, but that particular match just doesn't register that highly for me.The Newcastle game at the end of the 15/16 season. Just needed 1 point to finish above Arsenal and then lost 5-1 to an already relegated side. Never been as angry at a match performance than I was at that.
"You need to assume that the game would then be restarted using the same players who were available for the first match."Lasagne-gate.