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Top 3 Heaviest Defeats In Premier League History

1. Manchester United 9-0 Ipswich Town

It was a day like today on March 4 1994 when Ipswich suffered the heaviest defeat in premier league history.It also turned to be the biggest win in the league for 97 years.Thats was not over as also it's the biggest defeat in premier league history and still stands upto date.At that time, Andy Cole was the most expensive english player costing £7m.He scored 5 goals on that day against Ipswich town.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 tractor boys arrived at Old Trafford expecting a win but they left the field in an absolute nightmare.

2. Tottenham 9-1 Wigan Athletic

It was a day like today in November 11 2009 at White Hart lane.This game made people remember the match agaisnt Ipswich town when Manchester united won by 9:0.It was the first time over 16 years in premier league that a team had conceded 9 goals.The first half finished when Spurs were ahead with one goal but turned to be one sided goal thriller in the second half.Jermain Defoe scored 5 goals including a 3 minute hat trick in the second half.And with that, Defoe entered the record books, as being one of only three players to score five goals in the Premier League.The others being Andy Cole and Alan Shearer.

3. Newcastle United 8-0 Sheffield Wednesday

It was on September 19 1999 When Newcastle humiliated Sheffield Wednesday by 8:0.The late Sir Bobby Robson was at the helm when Alan Shearer and co wreaked havoc on an unsuspecting Sheffield Wednesday.Allan Shearer scored 5 goals that night against Sheffield Wednesday.

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