You don't often see matches like the one witnessed at Bramall Lane on Sunday afternoon, and when you do you tend to remember them.
Sean Longstaff, Dan Burn, Sven Botman, Callum Wilson, Anthony Gordon, Miguel Almiron, Bruno Guimaraes and Alexander Isak all got themselves on the scoresheet to set a new Premier League record, with Newcastle's eight different goalscorers the most the division has ever seen from one team in the same game.
Mirror Football has asked their team about their favourite drubbings over the years.
Last March at Anfield, Liverpool put SEVEN - yes, seven - past their great rivals in a result which stood out like a sore thumb. United were in the game at half time, it was only 1-0 and suddenly the floodgates opened and Liverpool scored goal after goal.
It was one where anyone at Anfield that day will never forget. A total humiliation but also some wonderful goals and a result completely out of context with the rest of the campaign.
United finished above Liverpool in the Premier League table. Liverpool were supposed to be in transition. Jurgen Klopp was rebuilding. It still makes no sense and you can file under freak result. But it was unforgettable all the same.
And sorry, but Liverpool putting seven past United is a way bigger result than Newcastle sticking eight past Sheffield United.
Never has an 8-0 defeat been so well received - and I'm not talking about Sheffield United!
Back in 1990, third division Swansea produced a monumental effort to hold the mighty Liverpool at the Vetch Field. It was a third round FA Cup tie, and we were still in the era of the competition signifying romance, prestige, and money-spinning replays.
So the Jack Army rocked up at Anfield only three days later more out of gratitude thenRead on m.allfootballapp.com