Nobody knows if the 2019/20 Premier League season will be completed.
For now, it has been postponed until April to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Whether or not it will continue remains to be seen.
It would certainly be a shame to declare the entire campaign null and void because it’s been such an incredible season to date.
Records have been smashed and there have been memorable moments in the world’s greatest league - and not just for Liverpool.
Therefore, we’ve decided to look back at every club’s best moment of the season so far.
It could all be in vain but every club has enjoyed a beautiful moment in the season up until this point. Well, almost every club...
Arsenal - Watford beating Liverpool
Arsenal fans have had very little to shout about this season. They’re out of the Europa League and sit ninth in the Premier League. But they were certainly shouting when Watford ended Liverpool’s chances of going the entire season unbeaten. We don’t need to remind you that Arsenal were ‘Invincible’ during the 2003/04. We don’t need to remind you because Arsenal fans no doubt will.
- Sacking of Unai Emery
- Appointing Mikel Arteta
- Beating Manchester United 2-0 at the Emirates in January
Aston Villa - Beating Leicester in the Carabao Cup semi-final
Villa have had a tough first season back in the Premier League and, before the coronavirus pandemic hit, looked to be heading back to the Championship. However, they will always remember the 2019/20 season for beating Leicester over two-legs in the Carabao Cup semi-final. They certainly didn’t disgrace themselves in the final, narrowly losing 2-1 to Manchester City.
- A 2-2 draw away to Manchester United in December
- Beating 2-1 Wolves in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup
Bournemouth - Beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge
Bournemouth were flirting with relegation before the suspension of the Premier League having won just seven of their 29 matches. But beating Chelsea 1-0 back in December with a late Dan Gosling goal has been the highlight of their season.
- Beating Manchester United 1-0 in November.
Brighton - Opening weekend 3-0 win away to Watford
Graham Potter’s first competitive match in charge of Brighton couldn’t have gone much better. After that victory, Brighton fans were probably dreaming of a top-half finish. It hasn’t quite gone that way since as they sit two points above relegation.
- Beating Tottenham 3-0
- Beating Arsenal away 2-1
Burnley - 2-0 win at Old Trafford against Man Utd
Burnley won at Old Trafford for the first ever time in the Premier League back in January thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez.
- Going seven Premier League matches unbeaten before the league was postponed.
Chelsea - Doing the double over Tottenham
It’s been an inconsistent first season at Stamford Bridge for Frank Lampard but certainly a positive one. Qualifying for next season’s Champions League would be seen as a brilliant campaign. But their highlight would surely be beating Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham twice - 2-0 away and 2-1 at home.
- Beating Liverpool 2-0 in the FA Cup.
Crystal Palace - Beating Man Utd 2-1 at Old Trafford
Palace won at Old Trafford for the first time since 1989 back in August. They led 1-0 through Jordan Ayew but it looked as though United had snatched a point when Daniel James equalised in the 89th-minute. But Palace went up the other end and Patrick van Aanholt scored a 93rd-minute winner.
- Beating Brighton at the Amex Stadium in the A23 derby.
Everton - Appointing Carlo Ancelotti
Everton were going nowhere fast under Marco Silva and to replace him with the legendary Carlo Ancelotti shocked pretty much everyone. One of the greatest managers football has ever seen is at Goodison Park.
- Coming from 2-0 down to beat Watford 3-2
- Beating Chelsea 3-1 in December
- Seeing the league postponed, potentially denying Merseyside rivals Liverpool a title
Leicester - Beating Southampton 9-0
Leicester went into the record books with their record-equalling 9-0 victory against Southampton earlier this season. It was the highlight in what has been a brilliant season for Brendan Rodgers’ side.
- Winning nine league games in a row
- Beating Aston Villa 4-1 away and 4-0 at home
Liverpool - Winning 18 matches in a row
What a season Liverpool have had. They had many great moments while equalling Manchester City’s 18 league wins in-a-row.
- Winning the Club World Cup
- Beating Man City 3-1
- Beating Leicester 4-0 on Boxing Day
- Beating Everton 5-2 in the Merseyside derby
- Beating Everton 1-0 with a youthful side in the FA Cup
- Going 44 league matches unbeaten
Manchester City - Beating Real Madrid at the Bernabeu
Manchester City haven’t had too much to shout about in the Premier League but beating Real Madrid 2-1 at the Bernabeu in the Champions League last-16 is definitely a highlight for them - they will just be hoping it’s not all for nothing and the competition isn't cancelled.
- Winning the Carabao Cup
- Beating Liverpool on penalties in the Community Shield
Man Utd - Signing Bruno Fernandes
Bruno Fernandes have been brilliant since signing for United in January. In five Premier League appearances, he’s scored twice and registered three assists. Meanwhile, the Red Devils are yet to lose since he made his debut. To say he’s transformed United’s season isn’t overstating it.
- Doing the league double over Manchester City
Newcastle - Reaching the quarter-finals of the FA Cup
Newcastle looked set to survive relegation before the postponement of the Premier League - but they haven’t exactly done it in style. They’ve scored just 25 goals in their 29 league games. But they reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the first time since 2006 - and will be hoping they get a chance to go even further in the competition.
- Miguel Almiron finally scored his first Newcastle in his 27th appearance for the club
- Allan Saint-Maximin's performances
Norwich - Beating Man City 3-2
Norwich will surely be returning to the Championship if the Premier League returns - but they’ve had an enjoyable campaign in the Premier League. Without doubt, their finest hour came against Manchester City back in September, beating them 3-2.
- Beating Tottenham on penalties in fifth round of the FA Cup.
Sheffield United - Late equaliser vs Bournemouth on opening weekend
It may seem silly to be picking a game in which Sheffield United drew considering how well they’ve done this season but this was the catalyst for what has followed. It looked as if they were heading to a defeat against Bournemouth until club legend Billy Sharp came off the bench to snatch an equaliser. A loss and Chris Wilder’s side might have doubted themselves and wondered whether their system could work in the Premier League. As it was, it gave them the confidence they belonged in the big-time and they’ve not looked back since.
- Reaching quarter-finals of the FA Cup
- Beating Arsenal 1-0
- Drawing 2-2 at Stamford Bridge after going 2-0 down
Southampton - Beating Portsmouth 4-0
The way Southampton have turned their season around after losing 9-0 to Leicester without sacking Ralph Hassenhuttl is remarkable. They looked in real trouble but have since steered themselves away from relegation. But their highlight came in the Carabao Cup, when they beat south coast rivals Portsmouth 4-0 - their first win at Fratton Park since 1984.
- 2-0 win away to Chelsea
- The form of Danny Ings
Tottenham - Beating Man City 2-0
Out of the Carabao Cup, out of the FA Cup, out of the Champions League and very little chance of qualifying for Europe next season, it’s not been a great season for Spurs. One win under Jose Mourinho does stand out, though. Their 2-0 win against Man City in February. At that point, finishing in the top-four looked a real possibility for Spurs.
- Heung-min Son's incredible solo goal vs Burnley
Watford - Beating Liverpool 3-0
It’s been a tough season for Watford, who are already on their third permanent manager. However, they’ve shown signs of progress under Nigel Pearson and spectacularly ended Liverpool’s unbeaten run last month by beating them 3-0.
- Beating Man Utd 2-0
West Ham - The season being postponed
After spending a fair whack last summer, West Ham were expected to challenge for Europe this season. But it’s really not gone to plan as they battle against relegation. Vice-chairman, Karen Brady, has urged the Premier League to declare the season null and void which just about sums it up.
- Beating Man Utd 2-0 at home
- Beating Chelsea 1-0 away
Wolves - Reaching the last-16 of the Europa League
Wolves started qualifying for the Europa League group stages back in July and they’re now one of the favourites after reaching the last-16. It’s been a pretty superb season domestically too, as they still have a chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
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