Where does West Ham’s 3-3 comeback against Spurs rate in the all-time Premier League turnarounds?

Cheick Tiote after scoring for Newcastle v Arsenal in the famous 4-4 draw

The Premier League is often described as the best league in the world. Yes, the fantastic players, teams, coaches and eye-popping transfer fees and wages all contribute. However, if there is one thing England’s top-flight can provide it is a good old fashioned come back.

With the latest in a long line of turnarounds witnessed less than 24 hours ago, we leave it up to you to decide which of these 5 is best.

Tottenham Hotspur 3-3 West Ham

When Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son combine it typically ends in a goal. An unbelievable 4 goals for the South Korean against Southampton which saw Harry Kane turn creator. Then the duo tore apart Manchester United in the 6-1 thumping at Old Trafford.

Therefore, when a brace from Kane was preceded by a first-minute opener from Son to take Spurs 3-0 up, Jose Mourinho would have been sure 3 points were in the bag. However, it was not to be.

A Balbuena header, a Davison Sanchez own goal and finally a 95th minute wonder strike from Manuel Lanzini all in the space of 13 minutes cleaned away the Portuguese’s smirk. Leaving a furrowed brow and a host of questions.