We’ve chosen some of the most unexpected results in England’s top division since 1992 after Chelsea was humiliate by Bournemouth on Wednesday night, scoring 4-0. Ten Of The Most Shocking Results In PL History
Manchester Utd was anticipate to vent their anger on a Southampton team. That has won just two of their previous 10 games after being just humiliated 5-0 by Newcastle. Nevertheless, Alex Ferguson’s team’s hopes were dashed as they were already down 1-0. When Roy Keane was given the boot in the 21st minute.
Ten Of The Most Shocking Results In PL History
Although David Beckham cut the deficit in half shortly after Matt Le Tissier made it 2-0 in the 35th minute. Saints restore their two goal lead through Egil Ostenstad just before halftime. Early in the second half, David May then score another back for Utd,
Nonetheless, Southampton score three goals in the game’s final 10 minutes, breaking the Red Devils’ resolve. Defeating them despite Paul Scholes’s late consolation. When Sunderland travel to Stamford Bridge in November 2010.
They may have been quietly optimistic of earning another point in London after holding Tottenham to a 1-1 draw at White Hart Road. Anything more than that, however, appeare exceedingly impossible given that Chelsea led the standings. After 12 games and lost only three of their previous 126 home Premier League games.
Just before halftime, Nedum Onuoha hand the Black Cats an unexpect advantage. One goal was never going to be enough. The home team try to score an equaliser but was unsuccessful.
Asamoah Gyan and Danny Welbeck continue their contributions. Giving Steve Bruce’s team a decisive victory at Chelsea’s fortress. Any predictions of a Blackburn victory at Old Trafford on December 31, 2010. Will laugh out of the room given the club’s ongoing civil war.
Which has turn the majority of its fans against owners Venky’s and manager Steve Kean. Rovers, who is only won one of their previous 13 games, were at the bottom of the rankings, while Utd were getting ready to ring in 2012 with a victory that would put them in first place.
Blackburn’s victory appeared unlikely even after Yakubu’s second goal for his team and the hosts in the 51st minute. This impression was then heighten when Dimitar Berbatov score twice to tie the score. But Kean’s men weren’t finish there. With 10 seconds left, Grant Hanley score to give the rank outsiders the victory in this five goal thriller.