Luis Suarez pulled off what Snakes and Ladders pundits are calling the greatest ever comeback in the game’s history – but only after claiming to have landed on an ‘invisible ladder’.
The Barcelona forward moved from the bottom row all the way to the finish in the sensational move.
Suarez’s French opponent’s counter was on space 98, just one roll of a two away from victory.
Suarez was immediately challenged by his opponent at the Barcelona Club de Snakes and Ladders, and said he had landed on an invisible ladder that you can only see if you look extremely carefully.
“How can it be invisible if you can see it when you look carefully?” the opponent was heard to ask, but Suarez did not reply as he was too busy running around the room celebrating.
Suarez’s opponent then told him to “piss off” and announced he was going home before flipping the board in his face.
“It was absolutely incredible, we’ve never seen anything like it before and we may never see anything like it again,” said Tom Wilson, a Scottish Snakes and Ladders correspondent based in Spain.
“Bloody hell yes!!!” said Michael Owen, who had bet £20 on Suarez to complete the incredible comeback.
Image courtesy of Олег Дубина via Wikimedia Commons
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