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Sport Comebacks

Name these athletes or teams that mounted famous comeback wins
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Last updated: March 15, 2017
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They overcame the largest deficit in Superbowl history to beat the Atlanta Falcons in 2017
New England Patriots
They trailed Team New Zealand by 1:8 legs and came back to win the 2013 America's Cup
Team Oracle
They won the 2005 Champion's League final in penalties after trailing 0:3 to AC Milan at half time
Liverpool FC
He won the Belgian Grand Prix in 1995 after starting in 16th position.
Michael Schumacher
He trailed the leader by 50 seconds before the last leg of the 1989 Tour de France but won the final time trial to take the overall tour by 8 seconds
Greg LeMond
This Finn fell during the 10,000 m race at the 1972 Olympics, but came back to win Gold in world record time
Lasse Viren
Having lost a combined 2:10 games in sets two and three against Jana Novotna at the 1993 Wimbledon final, she won 5 straight games to win the title
Steffi Graf
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They were the first team in NBA history to win the final series after trailing 3-1 games, beating the Golde State Warriors in 2016
Cleveland Cavaliers
They beat the New York Yankees in the 2004 ALCS after losing the first three games
Boston Red Sox
After losing the first two sets 1-6 and 2-6, he beat Andrei Medvedev in the 1999 French Open final
Andre Agassi
In the 1954 World Cup of soccer, this country lost to Hungary 3:8 in the group phase and played them again in the final match, overcoming a 0:2 deficit to win 3:2
West Germany
Down 0-3 games in the 2nd round of 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs, they came back to beat the Boston Bruins in game 7
Philadelphia Flyers
Down 0-2 sets, he came back to win the 1984 French Open against John McEnroe, who was on a 39-match winning streak at the time
Ivan Lendl
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