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Five Biggest Wins In EPL History

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  1. Man United 9-0 Ipswich, 4th March 1995:

Man United were in second place chasing the title, where they were already premier league winners for the previous 2 years consecutively but this time behind table toppers Blackburn. Ipswich were the winners of the last fixture between them by 3-2, but this return fixture was a real surprise. Just after 16 minutes when Keane broke the deadlock, goal hungry A.Cole scored a double at the end of the first 45 minutes. Then came the disaster for Ipswich, when they got thrashed by 6 more goals in the second half where A.Cole ended up scoring 5 of the goals, Mark ‘Sparky’ Hughes clinching 2 and Paul Ince also in the list with one.

It ultimately resulted in relegation for Ipswich and Man United finished the season second with a difference of one point.

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Premier League 2018/19 Home Kits Of Every Club

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19. Burnley

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5 Players Manchester United Should Sign This Transfer Window

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5. Harry Maguire

After having a wonderful time at the FIFA World Cup Harry Maguire is in demand. Phil Jones is still good though but he isn’t perfect besides Eric Baily and Victor Lindelof have not fully performed under Jose Mourinho. Harry Maguire would be a perfect fit for the Manchester United squad.

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5 Players Manchester United Should Sign This Transfer Window

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5. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

Savic is touted as a future star and he is already showing the sings too. He is a defensive midfielder, who also like to charge ahead. He can a be a good option to fill the midfield positions. He is physically strong as deals with challenges pretty well. He is also tactically sound. In 29 games he has scored nine times, assisted twice and created 42 goal-scoring opportunities.

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