After Newcastle United's emphatic 8-0 win against Sheffield United on Sunday, we have taken a look at the biggest victories in Premier League history.
Man Utd 9-0 Ipswich
Though Man Utd were pipped to the Premier League title by Blackburn Rovers, their incredible triumph will be fondly remembered by their supporters.
Southampton 0-9 Leicester
There would be a 24-year wait for the next joint-biggest victory in the top flight, but when it happened, Leicester City supporters revelled in their Friday night triumph at St Mary's Stadium.
Their trebles also meant it was only the second time in the competition's history that two players scored three goals each in the same match, with the other being when Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires netted three times apiece in Arsenal's 6-1 win over the Saints in May 2003.
Leicester's 9-0 success on the south coast is the biggest away victory to date.
Man Utd 9-0 Southampton
Two of the clubs involved in the first two 9-0 scorelines featured in the third as Man Utd enjoyed their second victory by that margin, while Southampton, for the second consecutive season, were on the wrong end.
United raced into a 4-0 half-time lead thanks to goals from Aaron Wan-Bissaka, one of only two Premier League goals he's scored for the club, Marcus Rashford, a Jan Bednarek own goal and Edinson Cavani.
At the time, the result put Man Utd within three points of leaders Manchester City.
The Red Devils went on to end the campaign in second place, their highest finish since they won the title in 2012/13.
Liverpool 9-0 AFC Bournemouth
Having come into the match without any wins from their first three Premier League matches, Jurgen Klopp's side ensured it would not be a nervy afternoon as they raced into a 5-0 lead at half-time.
The match would also prove to be Scott Parker's last in charge of Bournemouth.