Al-Bacha was Crowned the 2016 FIFA Interactive World Cup Champion

"NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 22:  Mohamad Al-Bacha (R) of Denmark competes with Sean Allen of England during the FIFA Interactive World Cup Final at the Apollo Theater New York on March 22, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)"

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Mohamad Al-Bacha of Denmark was crowned the 2016 FIFA Interactive World Cup champion on Tuesday night after defeating England’s Sean Allen in an unbelievable and dramatic two-legged final.

The two gamers with contrasting styles finished both of their matches at the Apollo Theater in Harlem in a stalemate, but Al-Bacha emerged victorious via the away-goals rule after pulling off a remarkable comeback in the final moments of the second leg.

Trailing 3-1 in the decisive fixture after a 2-2 draw in the opening match, Al-Bacha scored twice in and after the 90th minute to claim the title of world’s best FIFA 16 gamer, with Antoine Griezmann slotting home the deciding strike for France against Brazil.

The late strike not only sent Al-Bacha into a brief frenzy, but also had many of the spectators in attendance jumping into the air and cheering in disbelief.

This was an wholly unexpected finish and one deserving of a championship final.

“You don’t believe it when the final whistle blows,” said Al-Bacha, who won a $20,000 (£14,117) grand prize, a trip to next year’s Ballon d’Or, and guaranteed place in the 2017 FIFA Interactive World Cup. “It was an excellent feeling. I was very happy, because that was my goal.”

Al-Bacha was so happy, in fact, that he jumped off the stage at the final whistle and into the arms of some friends who were waiting to greet him.

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