5 massive wins in the Premier League history:


Chelsea 8-0 Wigan:

It was the last game of the 2009-10 season, and Chelsea had to win it to secure the title and deny Manchester United from their 4th consecutive title. Anelka gave the home side an early lead in the 6th minute. Gary Caldwell was sent off in the 32nd minute with Lampard scoring the resulting penalty. No one expected a massive scoreline after Chelsea ended the first half with two goals. But on came the second half and Chelsea hammered two more goals through Anelka and Kalou. Drogba scored the fifth and Chelsea’s 100th of the season to secure the Golden Boot award. He went on to complete his hat-trick before Ashley Cole scored the eighth goal of the game as Chelsea finished the season with a record-breaking 103 goals scored.

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Manchester United 8-2 Arsenal:

The intense rivalry between both the teams goes unsaid, but this game showed some brutal dominance from United. Welbeck opened the scoring for United in the 22nd minute. Robin Van Persie missed the chance to equalise from the spot, and he was made to pay as Ashley Young soon scored United’s second and Wayne Rooney scored his first free kick of the game. Walcott pulled one back for the Gunners but Rooney’s second free kick goal of the game restored the lead. Nani and Park had added two more before Persie pulled one back. Rooney then completed his hattrick scoring from a penalty and Young added one more beautiful curler to make the final scoreline 8-2. It was one of the darkest days in the history of Arsenal football club.


Tottenham 9-1 Wigan:

Harry Redknapp played a confident and attacking style of football with Tottenham. Peter Crouch headed home after just 9 minutes on the clock. It was the only goal in the first half as no one expected an explosive second half. Jermaine Defoe scored a 7-minute hattrick in the second half to increase the lead. Lennon added one more before Defoe added two more, taking his total game tally to 5 goals. David Bentley and Niko Kranjcar added two goals to the total tally to ensure a resounding victory for the North London club.


Manchester United 1-6 Manchester City:

The rivalry between the Manchester clubs is as intense as it can get. United were trailing by only a Balotelli goal at half time, and even the great Sir Alex Ferguson couldn’t foresee what was coming in the second half. Jonny Evans was sent off as Balotelli added one more to his tally. Sergio Aguero had increased the tally before Darren Fletcher pulled one back for the home side. Edin Dzeko scored two, and David Silva scored one more to record a big margin over their neighbours and gaining the bragging rights. It was a day to forget for the United fans.


Manchester United 9-0 Ipswich:

United needed to win this match to keep up pressure on the then league leaders, Blackburn Rovers. Roy Keane gave United the lead in the 16th minute, followed by two goals from Andy Cole before half-time. It was an onslaught from United in the second half as Andy Cole went on to score three more, with Mark Hughes adding two more and Paul Ince getting the ninth one. It was brutal and dominant from United which eventually saw Ipswich being relegated at the end of the season.