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The Premier League has passed the halfway stage of the season and we're revisiting the most exhilarating and entertaining matches we have seen so far.

You, the fans, can vote for your favourite.

Here's a reminder of some of the matches that had you on the edge of your seats.

Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool, 27 Aug

Anthony Gordon’s 25th-minute goal and Virgil van Dijk's red card three minutes later looked to have set Newcastle United on their way a second successive home win, but substitute Darwin Nunez had other ideas.

The Uruguayan struck in the 81st minute before scoring in the third minute of stoppage time to seal an incredible victory for Liverpool.

Arsenal 3-1 Man Utd, 3 Sep

Nothing could separate these two until the sixth minute of stoppage time, when Declan Rice's first goal for the club, followed by a Gabriel Jesus strike, secured the victory.

Moments before Rice struck, Manchester United thought they had scored a potential winner, but substitute Alejandro Garnacho's goal was overturned for a narrow offside.

Spurs 1-4 Chelsea, 6 Nov

One of the Premier League's most eventful matches EVER. Two red cards and eight yellows were awarded. Five goals were disallowed or overturned by VAR. There were 23 minutes of added time. And much of this action happened in the first half!

It did not stop after the break either, with the match eventually being decided by a hat-trick from Nicolas Jackson to give Mauricio Pochettino a memorable return to his former club.

Chelsea 4-4 Man City, 12 Nov

A match where both sides had to mount a comeback created an instant Premier League classic. Pep Guardiola was haunted by former players Raheem Sterling, and Cole Palmer, who both scored. Crucially, it was Palmer's stoppage-time penalty that secured the draw in a breathtaking encounter.

Liverpool 4-3 Fulham, 3 Dec

A seven-goal thriller that had four stunning strikes encapsulated the allure of Anfield, as Liverpool once again fought back from a goal down.

Man City 3-3 Spurs, 3 Dec

On the same day as Liverpool's 4-3 win, Son Heung-min scored a goal to give Tottenham Hotspur the lead and then netted an own goal to level the scores within minutes. Manchester City then took the lead through Phil Foden, but Spurs equalised after the break. And although Jack Grealish made it 3-2, in the 90th minute Dejan Kulusevski rose above Nathan Ake to earn Spurs a point. 

Luton 3-4 Arsenal, 5 Dec

In a pulsating encounter at Kenilworth Road, both sides came from behind and took the lead, before the match was dramatically settled in stoppage time.

Rice rose highest to head Arsenal in front at the very end, sparking delirium amongst the travelling supporters as their side went five points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

Man City 2-2 Crystal Palace, 16 Dec

Grealish and Rico Lewis gave Man City a seemingly comfortable 2-0 lead, but Crystal Palace mounted an amazing comeback in the final 15 minutes. Jean-Philippe Mateta was the star man for the Eagles as he pulled a goal back before winning the penalty that Michael Olise converted to make it 2-2 in the fifth minute of stoppage time.

Man Utd 3-2 Aston Villa, 26 Dec

Unai Emery's side got off to a dream start at Old Trafford, scoring twice within the first 26 minutes, thanks to John McGinn and Leander Dendoncker.

However, in the second half Man Utd scored three unanswered goals. Rasmus Hojlund's late winner - his first Premier League goal - closed the curtains on an emotional night at the Theatre of Dreams.

Liverpool 4-2 Newcastle, 1 Jan

Liverpool were unable to capitalise on their utter first-half dominance as the sides went into the break at 0-0, with Mohamed Salah missing a penalty. But the floodgates opened in the second half.

Salah scored the opener and, although Alexander Isak equalised, Liverpool scored twice more. Newcastle got back to 3-2, putting Salah under real pressure as he stepped up to take another spot-kick. But this time he converted, and this time Newcastle were unable to respond.

Liverpool ended the match with an xG (Expected Goals total) of 7.27, the highest on record by a team in a single Premier League match.

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