Liverpool's 9 Biggest Wins in Premier League History

Despite never once winning a title in the Premier League era, Liverpool remain one of English football's most respected clubs and have boasted some of the country's and world's best players.


Over the years, there have been some very entertaining performances with some huge scorelines being recorded, the highest of which saw the Reds score seven goals.


Here's a look at nine big wins Liverpool have achieved in England's top flight.

9. Liverpool 6-1 Hull - September 2009

A season after so nearly winning the Premier League title, Liverpool looked like they meant business again when they thumped Hull.


Fernando Torres scored twice, either side of Geovanni's equaliser, before the Spaniard completed his hat trick in the 47th minute.


Steven Gerrard got in on the act 14 minutes later before substitute Ryan Babel put some extra gloss on the scoreline with a late brace.

8. Liverpool 6-1 Watford - November 2016

It is often said of the Reds that when they click, they can be devastating. Watford certainly felt these effects on a Sunday afternoon at Anfield, where they were thrashed 6-1 by a ruthless Liverpool side.


Mané scored their first goal after a cagey opening and Coutinho confirmed their dominance by drilling in the Reds' second just three minutes later. Can's header made it 3-0 before the half-time interval and Liverpool picked up where they left off in the second half through Firmino.


The former Hoffenheim striker played in Mané for the home side's fifth goal and they were momentarily halted by a Daryl Janmaat strike that made it 5-1. It mattered little, though, as Georginio Wijnaldum put the cherry on top of the cake with his first Liverpool goal, earning his team a resounding 6-1 victory.

7. Liverpool 6-0 Manchester City - October 1995

Liverpool's strikers were in fine form on this Saturday afternoon clash at Anfield, as the Reds thrashed Manchester City by six goals to nil.


Two quick-fire goals by Kop legend Ian Rush and Jamie Redknapp established the home side's lead within five minutes of the game. Robbie Fowler made it 3-0 just three minutes into the second half and substitute Neil Ruddock scored Liverpool's fourth just six minutes later.


Fowler scored his second and the Merseysiders' fifth before Rush added his own second to make it 6-0, recording a massive win for Roy Evans' team.

6. Ipswich 0-6 Liverpool - February 2002

Ipswich, who were relegated at the end of the 2001/02 season, were brutally beaten at Portman Road as the strike force of Michael Owen and Emile Heskey proved too strong for the Tractor Boys.


Abel Xavier netted the first before Heskey grabbed the second, with Hyppia heading in before Owen completed a nine minute brace. Heskey rounded off the scoring late on.

5. West Bromwich Albion 0-6 Liverpool - March 2003

A day for the legend of Michael Owen. The Chester born striker scored four goals as the Reds won big at the Hawthorns.


The England international opened the scoring with his 99th Premier League goal before Milan Baros made it 2-0 two minutes into the second half. A minute later Owen reached his historic landmark with his 100th league goal for Liverpool before completing his hat trick on the hour mark and adding an incredible fourth seven minutes later.


Baros scored the game's final goal but it was Owen who was deserving of all the plaudits, as he joined the league's 100 club, helping Liverpool to a 6-0 win.

4. Liverpool 6-0 Derby County - September 2007

The Reds earned themselves a place on top of the table for the first time under Rafael Benitez, courtesy of this big scoreline against Derby County at Anfield.


Xabi Alonso opened the scoring with a brilliant free kick, with Ryan Babel making it 2-0 before half time. Fernando Torres scored Liverpool's third, Alonso added a fourth before Andrei Voronin tapped in the home side's fifth.


Torres completed the rout, capitalising on Andy Todd's mistake to make it 6-0.

3. Newcastle United 0-6 Liverpool - April 2013

Newcastle United were carved open time and time again by Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool in this 2012/13 Premier League classic.


Daniel Agger headed the Reds in front inside the third minute of play. Former Sunderland man Jordan Henderson shot into an open net for his side's second, before Daniel Sturridge made it 3-0 just ninw minutes into the second half.


Henderson would then return the favour to Sturridge by setting him up for his second before Fabio Borini came off the bench to make it 5-0. Henderson scored his second from a free-kick not long afterwards.

2. Aston Villa 0-6 Liverpool - February 2016

Played on February 14, this was a Valentine's Day demolition job as Liverpool ran riot against Aston Villa by six goals to nil.


Sturridge headed in a well placed cross from Philippe Coutinho for the game's first goal and Milner saw a free-kick fly into the back of the net to send the Reds off with a 2-0 lead at half-time.


Emre Can got in on the act with Liverpool's third in the second half before Divock Origi played super sub with the game's fourth - a goal that was particularly special for the Belgian, who received a huge kiss from a fan in celebration.

1. Liverpool 7-1 Southampton - January 1999

This is Liverpool's biggest Premier League win to date and what a day it was for the Anfield crowd and legendary striker Fowler.


The Englishman scored the opener before Reds defender Dominic Matteo netted the second goal just after the half hour mark. Two minutes later Fowler struck his second of the match, making it 3-0, before completing his hat trick in the second half.


Jamie Carragher scored Liverpool's fifth and Southampton's only reply came from attacker Egil Østenstad but it meant little, as Michael Owen and substitute David Thompson completed the scoring to end the match with a 7-1 scoreline. Massive!