Best Comebacks in English Premier League Football History

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, July 19th, 2013 | 0

Best Comebacks in Premier League matches

Premier League is the most watched football league in the world and that too by a margin, most of the clubs are followed around the world and there have been some sensational matches over the years which makes this league the best and most exciting in the world (maybe not the quality) but the thrills are always there and with surprises every week, lets take a look at the Premier League best comebacks since 1992 season.

Newcastle United 4-4 Arsenal
Goal Gap: 4
Date: 5th February 2011

Newcastle is the only team in Premier League who got back the deficit of 4 goals to earn a draw, Newcastle conceded 4 goals against Arsenal without a reply until everything changed in the 2nd half and Newcastle pulled 4 back and draw level and also had a goal wrongly disallowed towards the end of the match.

Tottenham 4-4 Aston Villa –
Goal Gap: 3
Date: October 1, 2007

Spurs pulled 3 goals deficet against Aston Villa on their 125th Anniversary, they went 4-1 down but showed true heart and scored 3 goals in the 2nd half to make it 4-4. A game to remember.

Norwich City 4-4 Middlesborough
Goal Gap: 3
22 January 2005

Another match where Norwich City pulled three goals back to earn a draw, when they came from 4-1 down and scored 3 2nd half goals to make it 4-4 on the night.


Wolves 4-3 Leicester
Goal Gap: 3
25 October 2003

Wolves playing at home, conceded three goals in the first half but came back into the match and eventually won it with 4-3 scoreline in what was a massive result and the biggest comeback win in Premier League since 1992


Tottenham 3-5 Manchester United
Goals Gap: 3
29 September 2001

Known as comeback kings, Manchester United were trailing 3-0 at halftime but turned things around in the 2nd half with goals from Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Ole Gunner Solskar, David Beckham to win the game 5-3 at White Hart Lane.


Derby County 3-3 Middlesborough
Goals Gap: 3
6th September 2000

Derby County were trailing 3-0 at halftime but somehow managed to get 3 goals in the 2nd half without a reply and earn a memorable draw playing against Middlesborough.

Liverpool vs Manchester United
Goals Gap: 3
22 Januray 1994

Manchester United took the lead to 3-0, before Liverpool started their famous comeback. Watch the extended match highlights of that 1994 encounter.

Southampton 3-3 Liverpool
Goals Gap: 3
26 August 2000

West Ham 3-4 Wimbledon
Goals Gap: 3
9 September, 1998

Leeds 4-3 Derby
Goals Gap: 3
8, November 1998

Aston Villa 4-4 Leicester
Goals Gap: 3
22 February 1995


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