25 Most Memorable Sports Plays In History

25 Most Memorable Sports Plays In History



number 25 Lynne swans juggling catch 1975 Lynne swans performance during the Superbowl 10 resulted in him being named the year's most valuable player the highlight moment was his 53-yard juggling reception number 24 Jesse Owens debunks the Aryan myth 1936 Jesse Owens an African American athlete when directly up against the areum dominance message of the Third Reich during the Summer Olympics of 1936 in Berlin he showed his dominance by setting three World Records in one Olympic record a feat that remained unmatched for 48 years number 23 Jackie Robinson's major league contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1945 Jackie Robinson was hailed as the first man to break the color barrier in the world of baseball when he became the first african-american to play in the major leagues number 22 Roger Bannister breaks the four-minute mile in 1954 on may 6 1954 Roger became the first man to achieve an unthinkable feat to run a mile in less than four minutes a 25 year old British medical student his clothes time of three minutes and fifty nine point four seconds was accomplished at the if Lee road track in Oxford England number 21 the catch in 1954 this was the name given to the play made by New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays during the 1954 World Series one of the most memorable catches in the game's history that prevented the Indians from scoring any more runs and the Giants won the game in overtime number 20 Cassius Clay defeats Sonny Liston for heavyweight championship in 1964 a one-night event on February 25th 1964 in Miami Florida holds the record when you sing one of the most amazing upsets in the annals of sports with a brash fast-talking 22 year old Olympic champion named Cassius Clay when he held his ground against the menacing heavyweight champion the indestructible Sonny Liston number 19 Bob Beamon shatters the long jump world record in 1968 24-year old New Yorker Bob Beamon made history on October 18 1968 when he shattered the Olympic world record and long jump by nearly two feet number 18 Immaculate reception in 1972 this shoestring catch was made by Steelers running back Franco Harris at the AFC divisional playoff between the Pittsburgh Steelers the Oakland Raiders which started the decade of Plath wins for the Steelers as well as therefore Super Bowls number 17 the rumble in the jungle in 1974 this famous boxing match which was held in Zaire on the 30th of October 1974 pitted the world heavyweight champion at that time George Foreman against a former champion Muhammad Ali in verse 16 the Thrilla in Manilla Ali versus Frazier 3 1975 although the fight of the century in 1971 was arguably the most anticipated and most watched sporting event to date as it was the first official fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier their third fight in Manila Philippines was considered to be their most memorable not only because it was the last fight but also due to how it played out as recorded by sports historians the pace of the fight and brutality of the blows was unprecedented for a heavyweight match number 15 Babe Ruth live-ball era in 1920 the popularity of baseball was mainly attributed due to the influence of Babe Ruth who was dubbed the greatest all-around player in the history of baseball during his live ball era his big swing led to swirling home run totals that not only excited fans but also left him with a career total of 714 home runs number 14 Nadia Comaneci becomes the first gymnast to achieve a perfect 10 in 1976 Nadia Comaneci will be forever remembered not only as the first gymnast to receive a perfect score of 10 in olympic competition but also is the youngest all-around Olympic gold medallist ever at the age of 14 she went to the 1976 Montreal games with little expectations however she not only scored 10.4 performance on the uneven bars but also went on the record ten point oh six more times number 13 the USA Hockey team defeats the Soviet juga not four to three in 1980 the game of the 1980 US a hockey team is hailed as one of the greatest sporting events of all time due to its political and social implications amidst the Iranian hostage crisis and the Soviet visions of Afghanistan the fabled miracle and ice made an impact on American sports history number 12 the play 1982 one of the most memorable plays in football history was a last-ditch kickoff by the University of California's Golden Bears vs. Stanford University during big game which was the 85th rivalry number 11 Michael Jordan was drafted by the Chicago Bulls 1984 the Chicago Bulls really made the right move in drafting Michael Jordan on June 19 1984 you may wonder however why the most famous sports celebrity of all time the best player in the history of basketball would rank third overall in the 1984 NBA Draft of course this is not hinder Michael Jordan from scoring like there's no tomorrow providing blanket defense and making picture-perfect slams number 10 the hand of guide goal in 1986 made by Argentina's Diego Maradona during the quarterfinals of the 1986 FIFA World Cup were argentina beat England 2 to 1 it's still famous for its inaccurate ruling is a legitimate goal so this Maradona used his left fist about the ball into the goal without the referees noticing after the game he was quoted as saying the goal was a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God which led to the name number 9 the goal of the century 1986 voted as the greatest goal in FIFA World Cup history on the FIFA website this one eclipsed Diego Maradona controversial hand of guy gold during the same quarter finals against England four minutes after he made that goal he received the ball a few hundred yards behind the halfway line spun around three defenders and hurled the blonde to the goal number 8 this shot 1989 this is the game-winning basket that Michael Jordan made during the 1989 NBA Playoffs against the Cleveland Cavaliers where the Bulls were behind 199 with 3.2 seconds remaining on the clock number 7 Montana to Taylor 1989 during Super Bowl 23 the Cincinnati Bengals were in the lead with just over three minutes left against the San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana nicknamed Joe cool led the 49ers on the 92 yard scoring drives to beat Cincinnati at the last minute where the pass to John Taylor with just 39 seconds left on the clock number 6 Mike Jones's tackle 1990 during Super Bowl 24 where the San Luis Rams were leading the game 23 to 16 against the Tennessee Titans with 10 seconds left Steve McNair a quarterback for the Titans delivered a pass on a slant pattern to Kevin Dyson who darted toward the end zone but was tackled by Mike Jones at the one-yard line the image of the tackle where Dyson was reaching out the ball is Jones drags and bounced the minds of spectators and years alike number five the ball of the century 1993 in the history of cricket this delivery was considered one of the most memorable plays ever on the second day of the 1993 Ashes series Australia's Shane Warne bowled a cricket delivery that shocked the entire world with a leg spin which is characterized by counterclockwise spin that causes the ball to drift right he's stunned England's Backman Mike Gatting in the world as well number four Tiger Woods the youngest Masters champ on record 1997 the sociological phenomenon that was Tiger Woods has cemented his social and international celebrity status when he achieved a record 18 under masters victory by 12 strokes he was only 21 when on his 15th appearance as a pro he became a youngest ever to win the Masters in the 61 year history of the tournament number three Roddick sportsmanship 2005 Andy Roddick was not only one of the best tennis players in the world but was also credited for his good sportsmanship a trade that he usually gets unnoticed in the world of sports in a match against Fernando Verdasco during the Rome Masters Tournament in Florida in 2005 there was a match point made by his opponent that a lion judge ruled his out-of-bounds however Roddick appealed to the chair umpire to a rule the line judge call as he felt the ball was fair number two David Tyree helmet catch 2008 the Patriots looked like they were going to win the Super Bowl David Terry made an incredible play to change the game the Giants were on their third and 20 to go and Ellie Manning pitched one up for grabs only to see it end in Perry's hands pinned against the top of his helmet and number one Harrison runs for 100 yards in 2009 though the Arizona Cardinals look like they were ready to take a 14-10 lead against the pigs burg Steelers going into halftime James Harrison had other ideas the clock was running out as he sprinted towards the end zone and after some terrific blocking by his teammates he was able to slide down in for a touchdown just before larry fitzgerald tackled him it was a 14 point swing which was decided at the last minute if you liked the video you just saw then consider clicking on the button of the top right to subscribe also check out 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35 Replies to “25 Most Memorable Sports Plays In History”

  1. I think the narrator did a great job reading out loud for the first time, how about you?

    And Christ pal, learn the pronunciation before you do the fucking video. Elly Manning? Holy crap.

  2. I don't know what is worse…the list or how this guy pronounces names and how he knows so little about the stuff on his own list. This isn't the first video that has made me cringe so hard due to how he pronounces everything.

  3. Ok time to fix mistakes here. Lynn Swan efforts in Super Bowl X won him the game's MVP not the season's. Also SB X took place after the new year in 1976. Also he pronounce Nadia Comaneci wrong. Also he pronounce Eli Manning's name wrong. Pigsburg stealers?

  4. 4:30 This one can be seen on you tube as well. The marching band entered the field before the game was actually over to celibate their win. It reminded me of the line in American Pie (the song) that goes "The players tried to take the field, but the marching band refused to yield."

  5. 9:48 If you have ever seen the "live" reaction to this score it is really amazing. Everyone knew she had done well but the judges didn't have the ability to display a score of "10" so they displayed her score as "1.0". People started booing and her team looked horrified at the injustice of getting 1 for such a performance before they realized what her score really was.

  6. Why does everyone get mad that soccer wasn't every single one? Soccer (at least professionally) is for pussies because they literally practice being bitches so they can get penalties called and everyone knows it too so just stfu

  7. This is BY FAR the worst list ever done, I honestly feel this video needs to either be taken down and re-made or just taken down… Or taken down and edited to all American then called top 25 AMERICAN sports plays. Because most of the largest world sports arent represented once in this… The largest world sport (Football/Soccer) has 2 moments, both about the same player in the same match… and that isnt even the most memorable match in Football history… That shows A LOT of how bad this video is. I am biased but nowhere near as biased as this videos Makers… Literally 20 of those moments will only be known of AT ALL by American sports fans. You need to put in WORLD sports… E.G. The Olympic games… Nothing on Usian Bolt, Nothing on that quite special David Rudisha 800M world record…. Nothing on the guy that invented the High jump backwards technique….. Nothing on Extreme sports OR winter sports… E.g. the first wing suit. The best downhill snowboard run…. These all recognised world wide…Maybe we dont know who did it but i don't know one person who hasnt at least caught a glimpse of these things on T.V…. The world cup…. 

    I'm Half British and Half Madeiran (portuguese) And almost everybody i know on both mainland and offland europe/asia (most of the world doesnt either give a shit or have a clue about Baseball or American Football… The VERY FEW who do are normally the guys that are total idiots. Swag faging it up and trying to be different. The biggest sports across Asia , Europe and south America (Over 80% of the worlds population) Watch a lot of Racket and Bat sports e.g. Table Tennis, Cricket, Tennis, Squash, Badminton. Then there is the BY FAR biggest world sport Football (soccer) Then there is pretty much any other Summer olympic sport which MANY more people care about than even the biggest American made sports.

    This video is equivalent to a British or Australian person Making a video full of moments in Cricket, Rugby, Aussie rules Rugby with a bit of Football. How would Americans feel about that? To be honest If you were to take all time sports top 25 or 250 moments voted for by the world there wouldn't be a Baseball or American football moments in any of those lists… Maybe one or two basketball. That really is it.

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