11 years ago today, Newcastle United came back from 4-0 down to draw 4-4 with Arsenal (Photo credit should read GRAHAM STUART/AFP via Getty Images)

Newcastle United 4 - 4 Arsenal: 11 years on from the extraordinary comeback, where are the stars of that day now?

11 years ago today, the greatest comeback in Premier League history was completed.

After losing Andy Carroll to Liverpool on deadline day, being 4-0 down at half-time to Arsenal left a dark mood around St James’s Park.

Arsenal were simply awesome in the first-half to leave a shell shocked Newcastle trailing in their wake at half-time.

However, a remarkable second-half turnaround, sparked by a needless red card to Abou Diaby, was capped off by the late-Cheick Tiote with memories to last a lifetime for the 52,000 fans inside St James’s Park that day - well, the ones who didn’t leave the game early that is of course.

Unbelievably it has been 11 years have passed since that day - so where are the players that featured for the Magpies that afternoon now?

Here, we take a look at how each player’s career looked after that day and, of course, remember the man who scored the equalising goal that afternoon:

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