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Premier League Return: Every Premier League Clubs Best Moment of the Season

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Arsenal - appointing Mikel Arteta

It could be easy to say Arsenal's best moment of the season was when Watford ended Liverpool's unbeaten streak to keep them as the only Invincibles in the Premier League.

However, they can't stoop that low to gloat at someone else's misfortune, so we've gone with the appointment of Mikel Arteta. The Spaniard signed for Arsenal back in 2011, making 150 appearances and winning two FA Cups, before joining Manchester City's coaching staff under Pep Guardiola.

Now, after three Premier League titles with the Citizens, Arsenal's former captain looks to take them back into Europe's elite. Only time will tell if the appointment will work, but in a season of horror for the north London club, this as good as it has got.

Aston Villa - Beating Leicester City to reach the Carabao Cup final

Aston Villa have had a tough time since returning to the top-flight and have fought relegation since day one, with Jack Grealish's star quality the only notable positive throughout.

So, in a season of torment in the Premier League, we turn our heads to the Carabao Cup, where Aston Villa reached the final of a major domestic trophy for the first time since 2010.

An injury-time goal from Trézéguet against rivals Leicester City sent Villa Park into a frenzy and it will live long in the memory of all Villa fans.

Bournemouth - Beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge (again)

Bournemouth's season has been their worst since they came up to the Premier League in 2016. In their debut year, the Cherries narrowly missed out on immediate relegation with a 16th finish, but this season, they are staring in the face of the Championship once more.

However, the 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge will not be forgotten, just like their 3-0 win at the Bridge back in 2018 hasn't been either.

Brighton & Hove Albion - 3-0 win over Spurs

Brighton & Hove Albion's start to the Premier League was excellent and they looked like they could be the surprise package under Graham Potter.

The Seagulls' fast start quickly slowed down, and they are only two points clear of the drop zone ahead of the restart. However, the club's famous 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur will go down as one of their best-ever Premier League results.

Neil Maupay opened the scoring inside three minutes before 19-year-old Aaron Connolly bagged a brace to seal the deal.

Burnley - 2-0 win at Old Trafford

Burnley have come desperately close to beating Manchester United at Old Trafford in recent years but found their 2-0 leads diminished for two years in a row.

However, back in January, a goal from Chris Wood before a sensational strike from Jay Rodriguez earned all three points for the Clarets this time.

This win also ended a 15-game unbeaten streak on the road for Sean Dyche's men against United, a record dating back to 1962.

Chelsea - Taking over London in late December

For this one, we branch out to more of a 'top week' rather than 'top moment', as Chelsea beat Spurs and Arsenal away from home within just seven days of each other.

Willian's double at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium saw the apprentice beat the master, as Frank Lampard eased past Jose Mourinho. A week later, Lampard and co. would do the same against Arsenal, scoring twice within the last 10 minutes to snatch all three points at the Emirates.

Crystal Palace - 1-0 win at the Amex in the A23 derby

Crystal Palace have gone slightly under the radar this season, with Roy Hodgson's managerial qualities turning the Eagles into more of a mid-table side than that of a relegation fighter.

Nevertheless, there have been memorable moments such as their 2-1 win at Old Trafford when Patrick van Aanholt scored a 93rd-minute winner. However, we've gone for the 1-0 win at the Amex against Brighton in the famous A23 derby.

It was Jordan Ayew who bagged the only goal that day in a match largely dominated by the home side.

Everton - hiring Carlo Ancelotti

In truth, the postponement of the league is probably as good as it has got for Everton this season as it seemed to stop Merseyside from being painted red.

However, action is soon to be back underway and the Toffees will look to make more positive steps under Carlo Ancelotti, who has had a decent start thus far at the helm.

The Italian has brought Everton far away from the relegation fight Marco Silva left them in and it does look as if one of the game's greatest ever could turn things around at Goodison Park in the long run.

Leicester City - 9-0 win over Southampton

This one is arguably the moment of the season so far across the board in what has been an unforgettable campaign for Leicester City.

The Foxes are currently in third with Brendan Rogers crafting a beautiful team where Jamie Vardy is the league's top scorer. Within this season, it hasn't got any better than the unbelievable 9-0 win over Southampton at St. Mary's.

From the first whistle, Leicester scored at least one goal every 13 minutes until the 57th minute. Then, on the 85th minute, James Maddison bagged a magical free kick, before Jamie Vardy sealed his hat-trick in injury time to secure a record-equalling highest ever Premier League win.

liverpool - record-equalling win against West Ham

Where to start with Liverpool?

Beating Manchester United in dramatic fashion at Anfield to go 16 points clear. Beating Manchester City to go eight clear. Breaking record after record. The list goes on.

With this said, we've gone with when the Reds beat West Ham United to equal City's 18-game win streak that was set by the champions only two seasons ago. This win also brought Liverpool to a 44-game unbeaten streak, which has only been bettered by the Invincibles of Arsenal almost two decades ago.

Manchester City - beating Real Madrid at the Bernabeu

For City's now astronomical expectations, winning the league is a must and anything but this is a failure. So much so that winning their third Carabao Cup in a row this season was merely an expectation rather than a celebration.

However, beating Real Madrid 2-1 at the Bernabeu is up there with one of the club's greatest ever European victories, and perhaps their best away from home.

The Champions League may not continue, but at least City have this memorable win to hold onto in what has otherwise been a disappointing season for Pep Guardiola's record-breaking side.

Manchester United - Doing the double over their noisy neighbours

Just like City down the road, Manchester United are expected to win the title and any other domestic trophy simply won't be good enough.

With this said, it's seemingly been accepted amongst the United fans (for now) that this is a rebuilding process and that the title is, at the very least, a few years away.

We've gone with the double over their noisy neighbours for the first time since 2010, where Scott McTominay sealed the deal in dramatic fashion when he smashed the ball home from distance, sealing the win at Old Trafford just prior to the hiatus.

Perhaps we could have went for Bruno Fernandes' transfer, but in terms of pure, unplugged moments, this was an unforgettable time for United fans.

Newcastle United - Reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals

Once again, it's been another dull season for Newcastle United. The Magpies have fought relegation all season long and haven't had too many memorable wins in the Premier League to shout about.

Steve Bruce's men did become just the sixth team to beat Sheffield United at home in all competitions, whilst they beat both Manchester United and Chelsea 1-0 at St. James Park.

However, reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals by beating West Bromwich Albion is the first time they've done so since 2006, which is perhaps more memorable.

Norwich City - beating Manchester City 3-2

Before City lost six more games in the Premier League and fell 25 points behind Liverpool, it was Norwich City who shocked the world and started this dramatic downfall.

The Canaries were playing just their fifth game back in the Premier League, at a time where Manchester City were on a record-breaking 18 wins in a row.

In truth, and in the circumstances, Norwich's win over the champions will go down in Premier League history as one of the biggest shocks there's ever been, as City looked truly unstoppable at this time.

Sheffield United - beating Arsenal 1-0

It's been a magical season for Sheffield United in what is their first Premier League campaign since 2007.

The Blades sit in seventh with a game in hand and could even find themselves just two points off fourth if they beat Aston Villa on June 17. Despite such an incredible season, there haven't been too many memorable one-off results, as they've failed to beat everyone inside the top six other than Arsenal.

That win over the Gunners is probably their best result in this wonderful season for Chris Wilder's men, however.

Southampton - beating rivals Portsmouth 4-0

Despite a resurgence around the winter period, it has ultimately been another forgettable season for Southampton, as they sit only seven points away from the drop.

The Saints did beat Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, although, most fans will agree that the 4-0 rout over Portsmouth at Fratton Park is as good as it's got in recent times for them.

From the first whistle, Southampton dominated and eased to their first win in the south coast derby since 2005.

Spurs - 2-0 win over City

Just like their north London rivals, it has been a dismal season for Spurs in a period of their history when a trophy looked as if it was just around the corner.

However, under a year since their Champions League final, Spurs have struggled and sit eighth in the table and are out of every other competition.

The club's 2-0 win over City is easily their most notable moment of the season, having drawn the only north London derby thus far.

Steven Bergwijn scored a sensational debut goal that day also.

Watford - the win over Liverpool

Not much to state here but the obvious. Watford's most memorable moment of the season is perhaps the most notable in their entire top-flight this campaign.

The Hornets cruised to a 3-0 win over the destined champions, thanks to a goal from Troy Deeney and an Ismaila Sarr double.

It has otherwise been a horrific season for Watford, as they still fight relegation.

West Ham United - 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge

In terms of pure numbing dullness, West Ham's season is as painful as it has got for any side. The Hammers have absolutely nothing to boast about this campaign, sitting outside of the relegation zone only on goal difference, whilst they've even had to settle for the reappointment of David Moyes.

With this said, their 1-0 win away to Chelsea is their best game of the season, which came through a fantastic solo goal from Aaron Cresswell.

33-year-old goalkeeper David Martin was also making his Premier League debut this day and kept a memorable clean sheet.

Wolverhampton Wanderers - doing the double over City

It's been another wonderful season for Wolverhampton Wanderers, despite such a woeful start.

Wolves failed to win in their first seven Premier League games but have now moved up to sixth, where a Champions League spot isn't in their wildest dreams.

The club are also in the last 16 of the Europa League and are one of the favourites to lift that trophy, should European football resume.

However, we're going with the double over the champions for this one. Adama Traore bagged a brace to beat Guardiola's men at the Etihad back in October, and the club came from two goals down to beat City 3-2 just two months later.

A truly brilliant set of performances from Nuno Espírito Santo's men.