Poll: Most impressive Premier League result of 2016?

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling in action with Leicester City's Ngolo Kante

Wins for Liverpool, West Ham, Hull City, Leicester and Burnley all feature in HITC Sport's poll to select the best result of 2016.

Here at HITC Sport we are giving you the chance to vote for the most impressive Premier League result of 2016. There have been a number of incredible games as England's top league continues to showcase just why it is the most exciting league in the world. With so many options to choose from, it has been difficult to whittle it down to just six games, however, those we have chosen were the ones that really captured the excitement and uncertainty of the division.

The nominations are as follows:

Liverpool 3-0 Manchester City (02/03/2016)

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp celebrates after the gameLiverpool manager Juergen Klopp celebrates 

Liverpool's performance was an incredible one as it meant that Manchester City were now 10 points behind leaders Leicester. The Reds on the other hand moved up to eighth with 41 points as they continued to show their growing ability. What made this performance so impressive was the fact that City had beaten Liverpool in the League Cup final mere days before. Adam Lallana, James Milner and Roberto Firmino all netted in the game as Jurgen Klopp's side showcased their attacking ability.

West Ham 3-2 Manchester United (10/05/2016)

West Ham's Winston Reid celebrates scoring their third goalWest Ham's Winston Reid celebrates scoring

It was the perfect way for West Ham to say farewell to Upton Park as they completed an incredible win to topple Manchester United in a 3-2 victory. Despite an early Diafra Sakho goal, the Hammers found themselves 2-1 down in the 72nd minute as an Anthony Martial double put United in front. Michail Antonio levelled in the 76th minute before Winston Reid struck 10 minutes from time to send the home fans into raptures. The win also meant that the Hammers took their challenge for fifth to the final day, with their win cutting the gap between themselves and their opponent to a single point.

Hull City 2-1 Leicester (13/08/2016)

Hull City's Robert Snodgrass celebrates scoring their first goalHull City's Robert Snodgrass

After all of the pre-season furore that had surrounded Hull, in which they lost manager Steve Bruce, the nightmare opening day fixture against the reigning champions turned into a dream one. Adama Diomande opened the scoring with an acrobatic effort, which was cancelled out by a Riyad Mahrez's penalty. Robert Snodgrass had the last say in the game though as he struck in the 57th minute. While it was only short lived, the win sent them top of the Premier League as they felled the Foxes on the opening day.

Manchester City 1-3 Leicester (06/02/2016)

Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez celebrates scoring their first goal with Jamie VardyLeicester City's Riyad Mahrez celebrates scoring with Jamie Vardy

It was the moment that fans around the world sat up in their chairs and came to the realisation that Leicester were serious title contenders. They defeated Manchester City at the Etihad stadium and the scoreline did not flatter them. A Robert Huth double set them on their way before Riyad Mahrez blasted a stunning solo goal past Joe Hart to seal the victory. The win saw Manchester City drop six points behind Leicester at the top of the table. 

Tottenham 0-1 Leicester (13/01/2016)

Leicester City's Robert Huth in action with West Brom's Saido BerahinoLeicester City's Robert Huth in action

Leicester rode their luck throughout the game as they kept Tottenham at bay at White Hart Lane. The home team had 62% possession and 21 shots. However, the London side could not break down the soon to be champions, who scored with one of their only two shots on target. After three games without a goal, it seemed as though Leicester's title challenge was wilting, however, Huth's goal was perhaps the moment the Foxes started to believe in themselves.

Burnley 2-1 Everton (22/10/2016)

Burnley's Scott Arfield celebrates scoring their second goalBurnley's Scott Arfield celebrates scoring 

It was one of the most successful backs to the wall performances seen in the Premier League this year as the home side somehow came away with three points. The stats from the win make for incredible reading as Burnley managed just 35% possession and 10 shots, of which three were on target. Everton on the other hand had 21 shots of which eight were on target. Sam Vokes' opener was cancelled out by Yannick Bolasie, before Scott Arfield struck in the 90th minute to seal an awesome defensive performance by Burnley.

 

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