5 Premier League classics you may have forgotten
A look back at some of the Premier League's forgotten classics.
There is a reason that the English Premier League is the world's favourite sporting competition. From last-minute heartbreaks to 30-yard screamers, the Premier League has something for everyone.
Fans are served up unrivalled drama and excitement so often that some may even forget some of the league's most exciting moments.
Let's take a trip down memory lane and check out some of the Premier League's forgotten classics.
#5 Tottenham 4-4 Chelsea (19/03/2008)
Chelsea made the short trip across London to White Hart Lane, looking to avenge their surprise loss to Tottenham in the Carling Cup final just a few weeks earlier.
A win for the Blues would have put them in a strong position in the title race with just a few months of the season left to play. Unfortunately for Chelsea, Spurs had other plans.
Despite taking the lead three times with goals from Didier Drogba, Michael Essien and Joe Cole, Avram Grant's Chelsea side were unable to negate Tottenham's spirit as the Lilywhites fought back time and time again, with Dimitar Berbatov very nearly winning the game for Spurs right at the death.
Unfortunately, this eight-goal thriller is rarely referenced when fans remember the Premier League's greatest games. Take a look at the highlights and remind yourself of one of the Premier League's forgotten gems.