Cardiff pulled off the shock of the season so far on Sunday by beating Manchester City in their first ever home game in the Premier League.
But where does it rank in the list of all-time Premier League shocks?
As we find out, it actually doesn’t even come close to matching some of these eye-opening upsets.
Southampton 6-3 Manchester United: 1996
You could guarantee two things in the mid ’90s, the Spice Girls were at number one in the charts and Southampton would always beat Manchester United at the Dell. After the previous season’s 3-1 victory, an Egil Ostenstad-inspired Saints hit United for six.
The Norwegian striker grabbed a hat-trick before a brace from Eyal Berkovic and a famous chip over Peter Schmeichel by Matt Le Tissier sealed an incredibly one sided victory.
Arsenal 2-4 Charlton: 2001
Arsenal threw in the odd shocking result or two even during the days of Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira, as shown by this uncharacteristic slip up at Highbury.
Goals from Steve Brown, Claus Jensen, Jason Euell and a Richard Wright own goal looked to have put a big dent in the Gunners title challenge. Yet this was just a minor blip as they went on to win the League and FA Cup double. Yes, Arsenal did win trophies once upon a time.
Middlesbrough 3-0 Chelsea: 2006
Jose Mourinho, whose side were cruising to a second consecutive Premier League title at the time, called this his “worst Premiership defeat in charge.” Middlesbrough had been walloped 4-0 at home by Aston Villa a week earlier but played Chelsea off the park showing a complete change in application. Fabio Rochemback, Stewart Downing and Yakubu all scored in a surprisingly easy victory.
Arsenal 1-2 Hull: 2008
Five years ago another crisis was on Arsene Wenger’s hands after little Hull City silenced the Emirates with an extraordinary away win.
Two goals in four second-half minutes from Geovanni and Daniel Cousin, arguably, gave City’s manager Phil Brown, who is now plying his trade with Southend United in League Two, the biggest win of his career.
Liverpool 1-2 Blackpool: 2010
This was the beginning of the end for Roy Hodgson as Liverpool manager as the Tangerines took on and beat one of English football’s giants in front of a disgruntled Kop.
Under Ian Holloway’s guidance, Blackpool, who were playing at Anfield for the first time since 1971, played with no fear in their first season at Premier League level.
Charlie Adam put the visitors ahead before Luke Varney controlled a Gary Taylor-Fletcher pass and doubled the advantage. A powerful Sotirios Kyrgiakos header briefly threatened a Liverpool comeback but this was to be Blackpool’s day.