Newcastle United 4-4 Arsenal – 2011
This was, arguably, the greatest comeback in Premier League history.
Newcastle went into half time battered and bruised after a scintillating Arsenal display saw them race into a 4-0 lead.
Theo Walcott and Johan Djourou put Arsenal two up before Robin van Persie grabbed a brace.
The Newcastle fans that left at half-time would be scarred for life though as two penalties from Joey Barton and a Leon Best goal saw Newcastle close the gap.
As Arsenal were praying for the final whistle, Cheick Tiote smashed a magnificent left-footed volley into the net from 25-yards with only seconds remaining.
It is, to this day, the only goal he has scored for the Toon.
Arsenal 4 Tottenham 4 – 2008
This was another humdinger of a match courtesy of an Arsenal collapse.
Spurs came into this north London derby bottom of the league.
David Bentley scored one of the best goals in Premier League history from 40 yards to give them a shock lead, before Mikael Silvestre, William Gallas and Emmanuel Adebayor hauled Arsenal into a comfortable position.
Darren Bent made it 3-2 but Van Persie restored the two-goal cushion minutes later.
Game over, most people assumed.
They were wrong.
Jermaine Jenas’s 89th-minute goal and then Aaron Lennon’s tap-in after Luka Modric hit the post sent the Tottenham fans potty.
Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle – 1996
Many pundits felt that this game was the moment the Premier League soared into a new stratosphere of entertainment.
Played under the floodlights in front of a rocking Anfield, both teams were pushing Manchester United for the title.
A win for Newcastle would have put them level on points with Sir Alex Ferguson’s men.
Robbie Fowler gave the hosts the lead, but goals from Les Ferdinand and David Ginola put Newcastle back in the ascendancy.
Liverpool hit back through Fowler again, but almost instantly Faustino Asprilla danced through the Reds backline to fire home.
Then, Stan Collymore took centre stage.
The Liverpool striker popped up with the equaliser, but the best was yet to come.
With both teams now playing gung-ho style tactics, Collymore linked up with John Barnes and Ian Rush to fire home a dramatic winner in front of the Kop.
Toon manager Kevin Keegan’s reaction as he slumped over an advertising board in the dugout is one of the Premier League’s most iconic moments.