Which is the biggest upset in the 2019/20 Premier League?

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Poll: Which is the biggest upset in 2019/20?
Norwich 3-2 Man City (1)
20%
Man City 0-2 Wolves (0)
0%
Southampton 0-9 Leicester (1)
20%
Man Utd 1-2 Crystal palace (0)
0%
Brighton 3-0 Tottenham (0)
0%
West Ham 3-2 Chelsea/Chelsea 0-1 West Ham (0)
0%
Tottenham 0-1 Newcastle (0)
0%
Watford 3-0 Liverpool (3)
60%
Chelsea 0-1 Bournemouth (0)
0%
Everton 0-2 Norwich (0)
0%
Norwich 1-0 Leicester/Leicester 1-1 Norwich (0)
0%
Norwich 2-2 Tottenham (0)
0%
Newcastle 1-0 Chelsea (0)
0%
Man City 2-2 Crystal palace (0)
0%
Watford 0-0 Tottenham (0)
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Any other result (0)
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There are a lot of upsets this season, which one is the biggest?
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Don’t know the premier league but probably the biggest upset is that’s it’s In 2019/20
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Liverpool winning the league.

Only Pep can do what Fergie, Wenger & Mourinho couldnt: let Liverpool win.
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Liverpool winning the league.

Only Pep can do what Fergie, Wenger & Mourinho couldnt: let Liverpool win.
So should you go for Liverpool losing 3-0 to Watford as the biggest shock?
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So should you go for Liverpool losing 3-0 to Watford as the biggest shock?
Yes, definitely. Effectively ended their chances of an unbeaten league win.

Second would be Wolves 3-2 City. Only God knows how a team as good as City choked a 2 goal lead.
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I’ll always remember hearing about the 0-9 and being completely stunned. It was on a Friday night and we were still away after United's game the night before and managed to get highlights on a little TV in a bar.

You get little teams beating bigger teams sometimes in the Premier League but you just don’t get a 9. Nobody scores 9!!! It’s happened ... twice in 28 seasons?
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I’ll always remember hearing about the 0-9 and being completely stunned. It was on a Friday night and we were still away after United's game the night before and managed to get highlights on a little TV in a bar.

You get little teams beating bigger teams sometimes in the Premier League but you just don’t get a 9. Nobody scores 9!!! It’s happened ... twice in 28 seasons?
There is also a 9-1 win for Tottenham against Wigan.
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Has to be the 0-9, surely? Such a crazy scoreline, the Watford v Liverpool result was a shock "in-season" but the Southampton vs Leicester result will be remembered forever.
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There is also a 9-1 win for Tottenham against Wigan.
I forgot about that ... I think that was about 10 years ago? and the United/Ipswich one was in 1995. So it happens once a decade on average.

Mind you with VAR now it could become more regular because red cards will increase
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