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Premier League: Heaviest ever defeats (1)

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There's no escaping the fact that Saturday was a particularly painful day for Arsenal fans.

In recent seasons that Gunners have been able to keep Liverpool at arms and get results against the Merseyside club, but that really wasn't the case as Martin Skrtel of all people led Brendan Rodgers's side to a comprehensive 5-1 victory at Anfield.

To round off a disastrous day at the office, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was later pictured falling flat on his backside at a train station.

The defeat not only meant Arsenal tumbled off the top of the table but that they also picked up an unwanted record; it was their heaviest defeat against Liverpool in 50 years.

After such a rough weekend we thought it might be nice to try and offer Wenger and his troops a few small crumbs of comfort.

We've managed to dig out the heaviest defeats ever suffered by some of the biggest teams in the Premier League - plus a few extraordinary defeats from further afield. 

After reading this (trust us, Wenger is an avid reader of GiveMeSport) the Gunners may feel just a little bit better about themselves.

Click through to find out more....

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