A two-minute video showing some of the current decade’s most famous and memorable moments in football has gone viral on social media.
It provides a beautiful trip down memory lane, beginning with Jose Mourinho’s iconic celebration at Camp Nou while managing Inter Milan in 2010 and concluding with Lionel Messi adding a record-breaking sixth Ballon d’Or to his collection.
The video, which was posted on Twitter by @utdBrett on Christmas Eve, has been retweeted 42,000 times and been ‘liked’ by over 100,000 people at the time of writing. It’s clearly touched a lot of football fans.
After watching the video, it’s hard to believe that so much has happened inside a single decade.
It also makes you think: imagine not being a football fan…
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Watch the video here…
Let’s take a look at some of our favourite moments from each year…
Tshabalala’s opening goal in the 2010 World Cup
‘Goal Bafana Bafana! Goal for South Africa! Goal for all Africa!'
What a moment. We all remember where we were when this goal flew in.
Lionel Messi steals the show with Barcelona
For the 2011 section, we see Messi score a ridiculous solo effort against Real Madrid and a strike from outside the box against Manchester United in the Champions League final.
Probably the greatest moment in Premier League history - unless you’re a United fan, of course!
Football said an emotional farewell to the greatest British manager of all time in 2013. Man Utd haven’t been the same since.
Brazil 1-7 Germany
One of the most shocking games in football history, Brazil were humiliated in their own back yard by Germany in the World Cup semi-finals.
Lewandowski’s five goals in nine minutes
Robert Lewandowski set all kinds of records when he scored five - yes, FIVE - goals in just nine minutes. Pep Guardian’s reaction said it all.
Leicester City win the Premier League
Yes, this really happened. No, it wasn’t a dream. Leicester’s remarkable 5,000/1 Premier League title triumph will never be forgotten.
Real Madrid and Ronaldo dominate
Real Madrid won four Champions League titles in the 2010s, with their third coming in 2017. Cristiano Ronaldo, meanwhile, sealed his fifth Ballon d’Or award in the same year.
France win the World Cup
The 2018 World Cup finals were great fun and France lifted the prestigious trophy for only the second time in their history.
Liverpool win the Champions League
Jurgen Klopp’s side conquer Europe, beating Barcelona in an epic semi-final second leg at Anfield in the process. “Corner taken quickly, ORIGI!|
What a decade. So many unforgettable memories.
Who knows what the 2020s have in store for all us football fans. We can’t wait to find out!News Now - Sport News