'You're not singing anymore!' - The greatest comebacks in the Championship's history

There’s something magical about watching a side overcome the odds and force their way back into a match, and watching the jeers of the opposition fans turn to open-mouthed stares by full-time.

Thursday, 16th May 2019, 13:31 pm
Championship comebacks

Here’s the greatest comebacks in the history of the Championship...

More late drama here, as Rotherham scored three late goals in less than ten minutes to draw level with the Rams. Leon Bests double sealed his side the point.
With their play-off hopes on a knife-edge, United surged back from three goals down at half-time, earning a precious point thanks to Pablo Hernandezs curled free-kick.
With ten minutes to go, Billy Sharps superb hat-trick was rendered meaningless, as a 10 minute ramraid from VIlla earned them a point. A day to forget for Blades fans...

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18 minutes in, the Hammers were 3-0 ahead. But it was the Baggies who had the last laugh, as the likes of Rob Hulse and Lee Hughes helped sink the east Londoners.
The Black Cats response to going three down was highly impressive, and the away fans were ecstatic to see their side grab a 92nd minute equaliser courtesy of Marlon Packs own-goal.
Things looked bleak for United as they headed into the break 3-0 behind, but an inspired last 20 minutes saw them turn the tables and complete a huge comeback
From 4-0 down at half-time, bottom of the league Peterborough managed to finish the game at 4-4, with Josh Simpsons stoppage time equaliser sending the home fans into hysteria.
A Boxing Day classic and a pivotal moment in their Championship winning campaign, Daniel Farkes side rallied from three down, with two late goals deep into stoppage time.
Presumably having received a half-time rocket from Darren Ferguson, Preston came from 4-1 down to win 6-4 in an extraordinary match, inspired by hat-trick hero John Parkin.