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The 5 greatest comebacks in Premier League history

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Let’s review some of the craziest Premier League comeback of all time.

The Premier League is known for its unpredictable nature, and over the years, we have seen some incredible comebacks that have left fans on the edge of their seats. In this article, we take a look at the top five greatest comebacks in Premier League history.

5- Crystal Palace 3-3 Liverpool (2013-14)

In May 2014, Liverpool travelled to Crystal Palace needing a win to keep their Premier League title hopes alive. The Reds were leading 3-0 with just over 10 minutes remaining, but Palace produced an incredible comeback to secure a point. Goals from Damien Delaney and Dwight Gayle stunned Liverpool as their title hopes were dashed.

4- Liverpool 3-3 Manchester United (1993-94)

Liverpool and Manchester United played out a thrilling 3-3 draw in January 1994. United led 3-0 at halftime, thanks to goals from Steve Bruce, Ryan Giggs, and Denis Irwin. However, Liverpool produced a stunning second-half comeback, with two goals from Nigel Clough and Neil Ruddock’s precise header.

3- West Brom 5-5 Manchester United (2012-13)

In May 2013, Manchester United had already secured the Premier League title when they faced West Bromwich Albion. The game looked like a formality for United, who led 3-0 at halftime. However, West Brom produced a stunning second-half comeback, scoring five goals to earn an incredible 5-5 draw. Romelu Lukaku was the star of the night as he scored four times after the break.

2- Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal (2010-11)

Newcastle United produced one of the greatest comebacks in Premier League history when they faced Arsenal in February 2011. Arsenal led 4-0 after just 26 minutes, but Newcastle refused to give up. A Joey Barton brace and two goals from Leon Best and Cheick Tiote secured a remarkable 4-4 draw for Newcastle in the final 20 minutes of the game.

1- Manchester City 3-2 QPR (2011-12)

The greatest comeback in Premier League history came in May 2012 when Manchester City faced Queens Park Rangers on the final day of the season. City needed a win to secure the title, but QPR led 2-1 with just minutes remaining. Edin Dzeko equalized in stoppage time, and Sergio Aguero scored the winner in the dying seconds of the game to secure an incredible 3-2 win for City and their first Premier League title.