During the 19 seasons of Premier League football in England there have been a number of classic encounters that will last long in fans’ memories. The Premiership has been set alight by many encounters involving a selection of Premiership teams. These include classic Premiership games between Liverpool and Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal and the Manchester derby which have all produced memorable Premier League encounters. A special mention has to go to the West Ham 5-4 Bradford match in 2000 that only failed to make the list due to a lack of video footage! Here is a run down of the Top 10 Premier League matches to date…

10: Liverpool 3-3 Manchester United (1994) – United went 3 up in the first 24 minutes in this Premiership fixture at Anfield, before a brace from Nigel Clough and a Neil Ruddock header in front of the Kop earned a point for Liverpool and secured a great comeback.

9: Newcastle 4-3 Leicester (1997) – Newcastle completed a marvellous comeback after trailing 3-1 with 14 minutes to go at St James’ Park. A Premier League upset was on the cards before a stunning three kick led to a hat trick in the last 14 minutes by Newcastle hero Alan Shearer and the Magpies stole the points.

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