We all love a Premier League goal frenzy. Nothing beats a barrage of attackers in either side's post for the neutral, whether it is a consequence of a comedy of blunders or just breathtaking brilliance. We are indeed fortunate in the English Premier League we usually get at least one stunning scoreline a season, and sometimes there is a number of goal laden matches. The record for the biggest victory in the EPL is Manchester United FC's 9–0 emphatic victory against Ipswich Town Football Club on March 4, 1995. Across the twenty-five seasons of the English top flight, here are the top four highest scoring matches in the history of the league since its establishment in the 1992–93 season.

Manchester United 9–0 Ipswich Town

The 1994-95 season game between Ipswich Town Football Club and Manchester United Football Club at the Old Trafford took place on March 4, 1995. Both club sides went into the encounter at “opposite ends” of the league table, though Ipswich Town had earlier in the season defeated Manchester United 3-2 at their home. United striker Andy Cole then netted an EPL record five goals in the match to set-up a 9-0 emphatic victory for the Manchester United Football Club.

Tottenham Hotspur 9–1 Wigan Athletics

This encounter was played on November 22, 2009, at the White Hart Lane. The match result represents the Spurs' “biggest win” in the Premier League. Former England international Jermaine Defoe scored five times to set up Tottenham Hotspur's biggest win on home soil.

Another Premier League scoring record.

Chelsea 7–2 Sunderland

The encounter between Chelsea Football Club and Sunderland Football Club was played at the Stamford Bridge on January 16, 2010. Table topping Chelsea Football Club “raced” to their most emphatic home victory in their Premier League history with an “imperious destruction” of an all-at-sea Sunderland.

French striker Nicolas Anelka struck twice while Florent Malouda, Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole were all on target for the Blues.

Arsenal 7–3 Newcastle United

The encounter between Arsenal Football Club and Newcastle United was staged at the Emirates Stadium home of the Gunners. A late “flurry of goals” from Arsenal glossed over an encounter that was equal until the last minutes, with Theo Walcott bagging a hat trick in this match. It was a record goal winning encounter for Arsene Wenger's side in the Premier League.