Manchester United, Liverpool, And Leicester City Are The Biggest Winners In Premier League History

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Manchester United, Leicester City, and Liverpool are the biggest winners in the Premier League history. The three teams pulled astonishing 9-0 victories over their opponents, with Liverpool being the latest club to the elite category of big winners.

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Manchester United recorded 9-0 win against Ipswich in 1994/95 season

Before the August 27, 2022, Nine-nill smashing of Bournemouth by Liverpool in the Premier League matchday 4 fixture, Manchester United and Leicester City have been the only two clubs with the widest win margins.

Manchester United have accomplished the feat twice against Ipswich and Southampton in the 1994/95 football season and 2020/2021 football season, respectively.

Southampton are the first team to be beaten twice with the widest margin, while Manchester United are the first to grab a 9-0 win two times.

Leicester City joined Manchester United on the elite circle of biggest winners in the 2019/2022 football season when they smashed Southampton 9-0 away from home. Liverpool now joined the duo after a heavy win on August 27, 2022, against Bournemouth.

Man United 9-0 Ipswich (1994/95)

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Man United 9-0 Ipswich (1994/95)

Manchester United scored 9 goals against Ipswich in the 1994/95 football season. Legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge of the team. The Red Devils went into the game as defending champions after clinching the 1993/95 Premier League trophy.

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It was a crucial encounter as Alex Ferguson sought to catch up on Blackburn Rovers, who were top of the League with a 3 points gap.

On the other hand, Ipswitch was battling relegation after narrowly surviving the prior 1993/94 season with just a point above relegation.

Graham Poll was the center referee, and the match kicked off at Old Trafford with over 43,000 fans.

Before the match, the Red Devils were favored by the stats. They have met with the club 50 times and have won 24, while Ipswich won 18. 8 matches ended in a draw.

The ball was set, but it was a rout. Cole and Roy Keane scored in the first half to give Man United a 3-0 first-half lead, with Cole bagging a brace.

All the remaining 6 goals came in the second half. Cole was on a rampage again. Cole fired into the net three times; Hughes got a brace, while Paul Ince scored a free-kick to sink their visitors.

Despite a convincing win, Ferguson lost the Premier League title to Blackburn Rovers with just a point behind, while Ipswich were relegated.

Southampton 0-9 Leicester (2019/20)

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Southampton 0-9 Leicester (2019/20)

On Friday, 25 October 2019, no pundit saw it coming right there at St Mary’s. Although Southampton had a series of poor results, falling 0-9 to the Foxes was a stunner.

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Leicester City were third on the table with 17 points while their hosts were 17th with 8 points.

Andre Marriner blew the whistle for the kick-off. Chilwell fired the visitors into an early lead in the 10th minute. Before the 20th minute, Tielemans and Perez made it 3-0. Perez scored again to bag his first-half brace. Vardy added another before the halftime break. It was the 2016 Champions leading 5-0 just in the first half. Southampton were reduced to 10 men after Ryan Bertrand was sent off.

Perez, Vardy, and Madison scored in the second half to make it 9-0. Both Perez and Vardy bagged hat-tricks in the match. Leicester climbed to second place on the table while Southampton dropped to the 18th position after the game.

Manchester United 9-0 Southampton (2020/21)

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Man United 9-0

Southampton became the first Premier League club to lose by 9-goal margins in two successive seasons. This time it was at Old Trafford. The match took place on February 2, 2021.

Southampton midfielder Jankewitz was sent off just 2 minutes into the match, giving the Red Devils an advantage. Seven different players recorded their names on the scoresheet – Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Rashford, Cavani, and Jan Bednarek’s own-goal made it 4-0 at halftime for Manchester United.

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Martial, McTominnay, Bruno Fernandes, and Daniel James made it 9-0, with Martial bagging a brace.

Manchester United temporarily leveled with Manchester City on 44 points with only a goal difference separating both sides

Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth (2022/23)

Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth (2022/23)

Bournemouth became the third Premier League team to lose by 9-goals margins after Ipswich and Southampton.

Liverpool also began as the third Premier League team to win by 9-goals margins after three winless Premier League start.

Luis Diaz and Harvey Elliot scored within six minutes of the match. Arnold, Firmino, and van Dijk made it 5-0 at halftime.

Firmino and Diaz completed their brace in the second half. Carvalho also scored, while Chris Mepham scored an own goal to sink the newly-promoted team.
Jurgen Klopp described the win as a ”perfect football afternoon.”

Liverpool were winless in three successive Premier League matches. They drew 2-2 with Fulham, drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace, and lost 2-1 to Manchester United. The 9-0 routing of Bournemouth was a perfect way of announcing the Reds’ return.

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