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A video titled 'The Decade in Football' has gone viral and it shows how crazy the last ten years have been.
Twitter user @utdBrett released a video of clips from 2010 to 2019 that documents the biggest moments from every year.
Aptly set to Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy', the video rattles through some of football's most iconic moments.
It begins in 2010 with Inter Milan lifting the Champions League.
Managed by Jose Mourinho, the Italians completed one the finest underdog stories in the competition's history.
They defeated Pep Guardiola's Barcelona in the semi-final before toppling Bayern Munich in the final.
However, it didn't end up being the biggest underdog story of the decade.
Leicester City's Premier League title win of 2016 comfortably takes that crown.
Managed by journeyman manager Claudio Ranieri, 'The Foxes' were 5000/1 to win the Premier League in 15/16.
This decade also featured its fair share of goodbyes.
2013 saw the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson retire from management after leading Manchester United to their 20th Premier League title.
While that was the defining moment of the decade on the red side of Manchester, their noisy neighbours enjoyed much more success.
The year prior gave birth to the Premier League's most iconic moment.
Sergio Aguero's last minute strike for Manchester City against QPR saw them rip the title from United's hands at the last second in 2012.
It set City on a path of domestic dominance and they've won three more Premier League's since.
But it'd be a crime to not discuss this decade of football without mentioning Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Argentine has scored a variety of spectacular goals this decade, including when he sat down Jerome Boateng.
In the case of Ronaldo, he contributed massively to Real Madrid's Champions League dominance.
On the international front, Germany's 7-1 demolishing of Brazil at the 2014 World Cup stands out.
Germany stunned the tournament hosts in Belo Horizonte by racing 5-0 ahead before half-time.
They went on to win the tournament in convincing fashion.
The video's action on the pitch ends with Liverpool's remarkable comeback against Barcelona in May this year.
Jurgen Klopp's side defeated Barca 4-0 at Anfield to progress to the Champions League Final, which they went on to win.
Let's hope the next decade can gift us as many iconic moments.
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