Biggest Wins And Losses In Premier League History

The Premier League is the perfect destination for fans looking for goals and entertainment. Moreover, the electric atmosphere of stadiums also adds another layer of excitement.

Liverpool’s recent demolition over United was the Red Devil’s joint heaviest defeat in history. The last time they lost by that scoreline was in the second division against Wolves on Boxing Day in 1931 and it is the biggest-ever win for Liverpool over their old rivals.

This was by far the worst mauling any team had ever had the displeasure of experiencing, it was the complete rout. It turned out to be the biggest league win in 97 years.

And if that wasn’t enough, it was also the biggest win ever in Premier League history, until 2019. At the time Andy Cole was Britain’s most expensive striker, costing £7 million. It was Cole who delivered the worst blow—scoring five.

Next up was Mark Hughes with a brace, whilst Roy Keane and Paul Ince scored one a piece. The win over Ipswich was instrumental in Man Utd overhauling Blackburn Rovers lead at the top of the Premiership, and also one of the reasons they secured the title that year.

The thrashing Man Utd inflicted upon Ipswich was not at par for the course, it just happened. Ipswich Town arrived at the Theatre of Dreams hoping for a miracle, but they departed with the stuff of nightmares.

Southampton 0-9 Leicester City – 25 October 2019

The era of Leicester City under Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s Thai group changed the fortunes of the club. The Foxes have reached higher heights and they have continuously showcased their brilliance despite losing key players to bigger clubs. One example of their brilliance came in the 2019/20 season when they won 9-0 against Southampton. The show was started by Ben Chilwell, but Ayoze Perez finished it with a hat-trick.


Manchester United 9-0 Southampton – 2 February 2021

As if one 9-0 humiliation wasn’t enough for Southampton and Ralph Hasenhüttl, they suffered a repeat nightmare just 15 months after their thrashing at the hands of Leicester City.

Old Trafford witnessed it’s second 9-0 scoreline in Premier League history, but this time around United were heavily assisted by a…


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