Someone Has Created A Netflix Dedicated To Champions League Football And It's Incredible
A YouTuber's stunning Netflix-inspired Champions League promo inserting clubs and players into popular programmes has gone viral.
In September, 'Plaantik' posted a video produced by Tawsif Akkas and a couple of months later it's completely blown up, with fans on reddit absolutely loving it.
With some top-notching editing skills, a series of trailers and posters have been made for a whole host of your favourite TV shows and films.
'Blancos' is Real Madrid's answer to 'Narcos', while 'Anfield One-Nine' is all about Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool gang trying to win the Champions League after heartbreak the year before.
'Suits' but with David Beckham as the lead character already looks must-watch, 'The Office' starring David Moyes during his time at Manchester United would no doubt be comedy gold - and you just know 'The Spy' instantly becomes better if Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa is involved.
Other favourites include 'Pique Blinders', 'Trophy Heist', 'Mates' starring dynamic duo Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville and 'Arrival' - marking Frank Lampard's foray into managing amongst Europe's elite with this exciting young Chelsea side.
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The astounding level of creativity features Unai Emery and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer edited into 'The Departed', Cristiano Ronaldo in the Travis Scott documentary 'Look Mom I Can Fly', the Netherlands national team in the 'Oranje is the new Oranje' and VAR as a new 'Black Mirror' take.
And then we finish with perhap the best recreation of them all, 'Stranger Games' ventures into the upside down world of bizarre matches and results.
The creativity and attention to detail displayed is just sensational and makes us really want to see these shows happen for real.
Netflix does have plenty of football-related content for viewers to feast on but fans are still asking for more.
There was clamour for the 2018/19 Champions League campaign to be turned into a documentary, while there are regular calls for 'Premier League Years' to end up on the platform.
Netflix, you know what to do....