Number 12: “Crystal Palace dent Liverpool’s Premier League dream.” Match: Crystal Palace 3 – 3 Liverpool | Date: 5th May 2014 | Competition: Premier League Its games like this that highlight why I love football. Following a… More
Number 15: “Nacer Chadli fires Belgium to the World Cup quarter-finals.”
Match: Belgium 3 – 2 Japan | Date: 2nd July 2018 | Competition: World Cup Round of 16
In my opinion, there’s nothing greater in football than a comeback story. The hunger from the players, the desperation from the fans, and the idea of clinging on to hope always produces a memorable spectacle.
On a warm Monday night in Rostov, Belgium completed their own comeback story for the ages thanks to one final counter-attack and one particular strike from the then 28-year-old Nacer Chadli.
You’ve just got to love the catchy headline.
The 2010s have been a sensational decade for football. We’ve seen arguably the greatest team of all time, two of the all-time greats dominate around the world, and underdog stories that will last a lifetime.
Starting this Friday, I’ll be ranking my 15 personal favourite football matches from across the decade that should conclude on the 27th of December. That is… unless University work disrupts this schedule. I’ve been planning this series for quite a while now and I’m excited to see the responses to it.
When it comes to video games like Telltale’s The Walking Dead, choices are crucial. They can play a key role in keeping the player invested in the story or they can even be used to determine what the play is actually like as a person.
Regarding the franchise itself, there have been many occasions in the past where I’ve struggled to make a decision during a stressful moment as a result of the options on offer. With that being said, the following looks at my five most difficult choices in Telltale’s The Walking Dead.