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Cybet’s top 10: The biggest scoring victories in the history of the Champions League

Updated: Jun 24, 2022

By cy.Reporter, 9 March, 2022

On the occasion of Bayern Munich's wide-scoring 7-1 victory over Salzburg, cyNews presents the 10 largest victories of the European teams that participated in the top inter-club competition to date, with Bayern being in the top spot most of the time. list, but the Spaniards and the English are in the top 10.

10) Barcelona-Celtic 7-0

In the 2016/17 season, Barcelona hosted Celtic for the group stage of the Champions League. "Blaugrana" opened the scoring just in the third minute with Lionel Messi showing their mood early on and in 88 'the nightmare for the Celts was over, with the final score 7-0 not capturing the image of the match.

9) Bayern Munich - Shakhtar Donetsk 7-0

March 11, 2015. Bayern Munich hosts Shakhtar Donetsk in the second match of the round of 16 with the first result ending without a score. Thus, the Bavarians entered the match focused and only in the fourth minute they opened the score with a penalty by Thomas Miller. However, because of the risk of an away goal, Bayern continued to score until they stopped at seven goals with Mario Gotze at 87 ', making the score 7-0.

8) Bate Borisov - Shakhtar Donetsk 0-7

Shakhtar may have been the victim in the previous position, however, a position below took its revenge, as on October 21, 2014 for the third match of the Champions League groups, it easily prevailed 7-0 over Bate Borisov. The score was opened by Alex Teixeira at 11 'and completed by Luis Adriano at 82'.

7) Bayern Munich-Basel 7-0

In seventh place is again Bayern Munich. The Bavarians in the 2011/12 season were defeated in the first match by Basel with 1-0 and wanted a victory with a difference of two goals to qualify for the quarterfinals. In the end, not only did they reverse the 1-0 loss of the first match, but they prevailed 7-0 and qualified for the quarterfinals of the institution.

6) Valencia - KRC Genk 7-0

In 2011 Valencia hosted KRC Genk and only wanted the victory to keep alive the hopes of qualifying for the round of 16. Finally, not only prevailed but achieved the biggest victory in its history in the Champions League, with 7-0 being the biggest victory in its history in the world's top inter-club competition.

5) Zilina-Marseille 0-7

On November 3, 2011, Zilina hosted Marseille in Slovakia, as part of the group stage of the Champions League. Marseille wanted the victory that would keep them on the qualifying track and finally the three points came more emphatically than even the most fanatical fan of the team would have expected, with the final 7-0 "capturing" the image of the match.

4) Arsenal-Slavia Prague 7-0

In 2007 Arsenal hosted Slavia Prague for the group stage of the Champions League. Cesc Fabregas made the start only in the fifth minute and the continuation was dreamy for the "Kanonierides" and nightmarish for Slavia. With this victory, the Londoners achieved their greatest dominance in scoring in the tournament.

3) Juventus-Olympiacos 7-0

In 2003, Juventus hosted Olympiakos Piraeus, with the hosts having made several changes in their starting lineup and the guests hoping for a positive result, however, things could not get worse for Piraeus. The beginning was made with scorer David Trezeguet and with the completion of the first half, the hosts were already leading 4-0. In the second half they continued at the same pace and the final score reflects the development of the game, with Juventus scoring its biggest victory in the Champions League.

2) Real Madrid-Malmo 8-0

In 2015, Real Madrid hosted Malm για for the group stage of the Champions League, with the hosts having a great day with both Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, who scored four and three goals respectively, while another goal for The "Queen" was also achieved by Mario Kovacs. Thus, the table of Santiago Bernabeu showed 8-0 at the end of the match.

1) Liverpool - Besiktas 8-0

In 2008, Liverpool hosted Besiktas at Anfield and became the first team in the history of the Champions League to score not one or two, but eight goals! In fact, it became the first team in the history of the tournament to score six goals in just one half! At the end of the first half, Liverpool were in front of the score with 2-0, however, in the second half there was a storm of goals with Benayoun scoring in 53 ΄ and in 56 'Gerrard following in 69', Babel scoring in 78 'and 81' and Krauts to complete the goals in 89 '.



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