Crystal Palace v Liverpool at Selhurst Park. Liverpool, this season, were back in the race for the title. With just 3 games to go, they were level on points with Manchester City who had a superior goal difference. Liverpool were 3-0 up by 55 minutes. Just 11 minutes were left on the clock when Damien Delaney scored what seemed to be a consolation goal for Palace. Substitute Dwight Gayle then netted the second goal as Palace were full of hope. Their hard work paid off as complacent Liverpool conceded yet another goal from Dwight Gayle in the 88th minute as the game ended in a 3-3 draw.
These were some (Yes, that’s right, just some) of the great moments in the Premier League under the sponsorship of Barclays. I know I’ve left out many, but if I mentioned them all, then this article would never end.
The contract with Barclays runs out at the end of next season, but the unpredictable, exhilarating, breathtaking football continues…
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