Manchester United's 9-0 success over Southampton on Tuesday equalled the Premier League record scoreline.
Those two triumphs are, by some edge, our greatest in the first class since it was rebranded in 1992 - and our biggest ever at Old Trafford - yet how would they rank generally, in club history?
Indeed, the current side were only one strike away from joining the Busby Babes in hitting 10 - which they oversaw during our first-since forever home European Cup tie, against Anderlecht, in 1956.
The match was played at Maine Road, because of Old Trafford not yet being presented with floodlights, and Dennis Viollet hit four, while Tommy Taylor dealt with his very own cap stunt, as the supreme English heroes finished a 12-objective total destroying of the Belgians.
That twofold figure triumph actually stands apart all alone, albeit the nine-objective edge by which we crushed the Saints and Ipswich was likewise accomplished multiple times during our Newton Heath days.
The Heathens crushed Wolverhampton Wanderers 10-1 in Division One path back in 1892, while 9-0 triumphs followed against Walsall and Darwen in the subsequent level, before the nineteenth century was out.
Unusually, we've just dominated a match by an eight-objective edge once, against Yeovil in the FA Cup in 1949.
A success by seven strikes is substantially more typical, and incorporates our record Premier League triumph out and about - a 8-1 shellacking of Nottingham Forest during the Treble-winning season, highlighting Solskjaer's quickfire fourfold.
10-0 v Anderlecht, European Cup (1956)
10-1 v Wolves, Division One (1892)
9-0 v Walsall, Division Two (1895)
9-0 v Darwen, Division Two (1898)
9-0 v Ipswich, Premier League (1995)
9-0 v Southampton, Premier League (2021)
8-0 v Yeovil, FA Cup (1949)
8-1 v Queens Park Rangers, Division One (1969)
8-1 v Nottingham Forest, Premier League (1999)
7-0 - multiple times (v West Manchester, Grimsby, Accrington, Aston Villa x 2, West Brom, Barnsley
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