The best 100 Premier League matches: Thrill providers, city dividers and title deciders

Words: James MawGary Parkinson, Joe BrewinPhil HaighRik SharmaJake GableJamie OrrellDan Caw, Matthew Vines, Stephen Wade, Vithushan Ehantharajah and Mike Crocombe.

100. Sunderland 1-3 Charlton Athletic, 01/02/2003

A home defeat to Southampton had seen Sunderland drop to 19th place in the Premier League, but the visit of Charlton to the Stadium of Light just four days later gave them the chance to break out of the bottom three. They didn’t take it. Instead, they proceeded to shoot themselves in the foot – three times. On an afternoon chock-full of farce, the suitably unlucky Black Cats put through their own net not once, not twice, but thrice. Fullback Stephen Wright was first on the score-sheet, deflecting Charlton defender Mark Fish’s shot past Thomas Sorensen. Michael Proctor inadvertently bundled over the line after a save from the Dane, before again prodding one in at the wrong end to leave the home fans raging as their side trailed 3-0. Kevin Phillips pulled one back late on, but Charlton were soon laughing all the way back down to London. Literally, we presume. JM

99. Chelsea 8-0 Wigan, 09/05/2010

Rarely has a League title been secured in as emphatic a fashion as Chelsea’s rout of Wigan on the final day of the 2009/10 season. The West Londoners needed to win to secure their third Premier League crown, with Manchester United snapping at their heels a point behind. The Blues didn’t mess about in completing the task in hand. Nicolas Anelka settled any nerves after just six minutes, and from there they never looked back, with Didier Drogba even completing a hat-trick in just 17 second-half minutes. Carlo Ancelotti’s side had already smashed seven goals past Sunderland, Aston Villa and Stoke that season and wrapped up the campaign with the prettiest bow in town with eight in front of their own fans. PH

98. West Brom 5-5 Man United, 19/05/2013

The end of an era for Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson – but it wouldn't end with the Scot getting everything his own way. By this point the Reds had already wrapped up a 20th top-flight title, but wanted to ensure their long-serving boss went out on a high in his 1,500th and final game. As it turned out, however, this was perhaps the kind of match that made Fergie glad he'd be putting his feet up. 
After nine minutes the Old Trafford side had cruised into a two-goal lead through Shinji Kagawa and a Jonas Olsson own goal. After half an hour it was three through Alexander Buttner's lashed effort, but James Morrison stole one back for West Brom before half-time. Still, the Baggies looked dead and buried.
That was until the introduction of Chelsea loanee Romelu Lukaku, playing his last game at The Hawthorns and on a run of just one goal from his last eight games. Five minutes after the restart he clawed it back to 3-2, but the game still seemed lost when Robin van Persie added No.4 for United – his 26th of a fruitful campaign – and Javier Hernandez made it five 10 minutes later. 
This, however, was Lukaku's day. He grabbed his second with a fine drive from outside the box on 81 minutes, watched on as Youssouf Mulumbu pulled another back inside the same minute, and completed a memorable comeback (and his hat-trick) with four minutes to spare. One final moment of drama for Fergie before a last wave down the tunnel. JB

97. Burnley 1-0 Man United, 19/08/2009

The Clarets made quite an impression in their debut Premier League campaign: taking out the champions in their first home match. With United winning their opening game of the season and the Clarets losing theirs, there was little suggestion on the radar that a storm was coming. But Burnley produced a perfect smash-and-grab victory, enjoying just 37% possession and producing 10 fewer shots than their more illustrious rivals. The only goal was a thing of beauty, as Robbie Blake showed top-flight technique to hammer a 17th minute volley past Ben Foster. Brian ‘the Beast’ Jensen saved a Michael Carrick penalty and produced several other fine stops to deny the frustrated visitors. PH

96. Norwich 4-4 Middlesborough, 22/01/2005

The Canaries were struggling through their first top flight campaign in a decade, but the visit of high-flying Middlesbrough (it sounded less funny at the time) gave them a chance to hoist themselves out of the drop zone. Norwich took the lead through Damian Francis, but seasoned campaigner Jimmy Floyd Hasslebaink soon had Boro back on terms. A second half double from Franck Queudrue and a fantastic 77th minute free kick from Hasslebaink looked to have wrapped up the points for the visitors, but Norwich were not done just yet. Dean Ashton pulled one back almost immediately, and Leon Mckenzie reduced the deficit to one with a minute of normal time to play. Adam Drury completed a remarkable comeback heading home in the 92nd minute to give Norwich a well-deserved point. Sadly, it was all in vain, as they were relegated four months later. SW

95. Wolves 4-3 Leicester City, 25/10/2003

A seven-goal six-pointer with all the goals at the same end. Leicester stormed into a 3-0 half-time lead thanks to a Les Ferdinand double and a rare Riccardo Scimeca goal. But Wolves gained heart from two Colin Cameron strikes in the first 15 minutes of the second half, and Alex Rae's header set up the heroic comeback. Sure enough, in the 86th minute, Henri Camara met Dennis Irwin's cross to cap a truly memorable Molineux day. GP

94. Man United 2-3 Blackburn, 31/12/2011

Sir Alex Ferguson didn’t receive the 70th birthday present he’d hoped for when bottom of the table Blackburn pooped the party by pulling off one of the shocks of the season and stopping United gaining top spot. Yakubu gave the visitors the lead, firing home a penalty after being clumsily pulled down by Dimitar Berbatov in the box. The Yak was on target again after a blunder from Michael Carrick allowed the Nigerian striker the opening to slot past David de Gea. Berbatov made amends for his earlier error by nodding in Rafael’s mishit shot, then drawing the hosts level after some great work from Antonio Valencia down the right. A winner seemed inevitable, but it was Blackburn’s Grant Hanley’s who got it, capitalising on some confusion in the United defence to head Rovers into a late lead. The result left all at Old Trafford stunned, and helped keep Rovers boss Steve Kean in a job. SW

93. Blackburn 3-2 Burnley, 18/10/2009

The two fierce Lancashire rivals' first top-flight meeting since New Year's Day 1966 produced a perhaps surprisingly good game. Any chance of a cautious stalemate went out of the window after four minutes when Robbie Blake's curler sent the away end wild, and Blackburn skipper David Dunn levelled for Rovers less than five minutes later with his own curled effort.

Relishing the derby, lifelong Rovers fan Dunn drove Sam Allardyce's side on and on-loan Chelsea striker Franco di Santo profited from calamitous errors by keeper Brian Jensen and ageless defender Graham Alexander. Pascal Chimbonda scored again before half-time and there was no way back for Owen Coyle's side, despite Chris Eagles' late consolation. GP

92. Everton 3-3 Liverpool, 23/11/2013

Up to this point the Merseyside derby had mostly been remembered as a 'friendly' one - albeit with the most red cards in Premier League history. This, though, blew all of that out the water. In a game where both sides were reeled in from holding the lead, this classic showdown at Goodison Park was remembered for all the right reasons.

Philippe Coutinho took advantage of some slack corner defending to jab home an opener inside five minutes, but Everton hit back three minutes later when Kevin Mirallas larruped home a knockdown inside the box. The Reds were ahead again midway through the first half via Luis Suarez's brilliant 25-yard free-kick - his ninth goal in seven games after returning from a 10-game biting ban

That's how it remained until the 72nd minute, in fact, when the hosts restored parity through Romelu Lukaku's well-placed sidefoot. Ten minutes later the Chelsea loanee had done it again, this time thumping home a header from Mirallas' corner to put Everton ahead for the first time. But the Toffees would be denied a famous win over their city rivals at the death. Daniel Sturridge had netted in eight of Liverpool's first 11 games of the season, and the England man was there again when his side needed him to flick home a brilliant Steven Gerrard free-kick one minute from time. JB

91. Sunderland 4-1 Chelsea, 04/12/1999

The archetypal big man-little man partnership worked wonders for Peter Reid during the more succesful years of his tenure at the Stadium of Light, and one of the highlights for his front two was in this match against Chelsea. The Black Cats were eager to reverse the 4-0 scoreline inflicted on them on the opening day of the season, and within 40 minutes found themselves four goals to the good. Two Kevin Phillips strikes, one a glorious dipping 35-yard half-volley, sandwiched a Niall Quinn double, sealing the deal for the Wearsiders, before Gustavo Poyet notched a late consolation for the shamed Blues. JG



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Where's Wolves 1 - 5 West Brom - the game that got Mick McCarthy sacked and sent Wolves ultimately into League 1?