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Lads Recreate 'Score! Hero' And It's The Entertainment We Need

Lads Recreate 'Score! Hero' And It's The Entertainment We Need

With no football on at the moment we're very grateful for this group of lads who recreated the popular 'Score! Hero' mobile game in real life.

Covid-19 has put an end to watching any major live football for the foreseeable future with most countries suspending the beautiful game for the time being.

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It might only be a week into the suspension of the Premier League but we're all desperate for a bit of football, so one group of friends are now our saviours.

They brilliantly recreated a couple of goals from mobile game 'Score! Hero'.

If you've not played the game then you really should give it a go, it's a lot of fun and there's a couple of versions to play that even allow you to take on your mates in these times of internet only based fun.

In 'Score! Hero' you basically swipe your way up the football ladder, all that Tinder exercise finally coming in use, as you pass, cross and shoot your player up the ranks to become a world class star.

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There's also 'Score! Match' in which you take control of a team and play against other players as you try to build them up into the ultimate side.

If you connect your social media you can even use your friends' players in your team to help make your side better.

The lack of football means that fans will need more alternatives to fill the void but there is still plenty of content to get to grips with.

After being replaced by Mrs Brown's Boys last week, to the horror of much of the nation, Match of the Day actually returns to our screens on Saturday night.

Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright will debate the great captains of the Premier League era on BBC One at 10.20, whilst the channel also has a Football Focus episode and classic FA Cup games showing earlier in the day.

For those documentary fans there's not too long to wait till Netflix's 'Sunderland Till I Die' season two reaches our screens.

The behind the scenes series returns on April 1st and will be just as entertaining as the first season.

Topics: gaming news, Football News, International Football, Premier League, England, Football gaming, Champions League, Scotland, Euros, Sports games

Ryan Sidle

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

 

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