Chelsea suffered their heaviest-ever Premier League
defeat as they were beaten 6-0 by Manchester City.
Losing by such a scoreline is incredibly difficult to endure as a supporter, but what is it like for the players involved?
Jamie Redknapp, Chris Sutton and Ally McCoist tell Sportsmail
about the heaviest defeats that they played in during their careers.
Coventry 5-1 Liverpool - Premier League, December 1992
I scored a great free-kick to make it 3-1, giving us a chance of a comeback, then I got sent off for a second yellow.
I remember sitting in the away dressing room and could hear some cheers. All I was thinking was, 'Please tell me that means the lads got us back into the game'. They didn't.
We wound up conceding two more goals and I thought manager Graeme Souness would slaughter me.
Instead, he came in and told the rest of the squad he wished they had shown the same desire as me! He figured I at least showed some fight.
Still, that was a horrible day. At the time, Coventry had not won any of their last 11 leagues games, then they stuff us with Micky Quinn scoring two of their five.
Blackburn 7-1 Norwich - Premier League, October 1992
I was a 19-year-old kid playing centre half for Norwich and my defensive partner was Ian Butterworth, who was 28 and my captain. We were hammered.
Alan Shearer and Roy Wegerle helped themselves to two each while Tim Sherwood, Stuart Ripley and Gordon Cowans got the others.
I'll be honest, I didn't cover myself in glory but what stuck in my mind was what happened afterwards. Butterworth spoke to the press and talked about he told me to keep my head up. It seemed like a case of blame the young 'un! It was a classic senior pro deflection tactic.
That was a good lesson, but this was a bad day. How did we bounce back? Well we had such a strange mentality that it didn't bother us.
Norwich were favourites to be relegated that season then we went on to finish third with a goal difference of -4. The next game after losing to Blackburn was against Carlisle in the League Cup.
I played up front (the bookmakers had me at 20/1 to score first because they thought I'd be in defence again) and I scored twice in a 2-0 win.
Watford 8-0 Sunderland - Division One, September 1982
We got beat 8-0 and by the way, we were unlucky. I am telling you. I'm not winding you up. I should have had us 2-0 up. I missed two sitters.
They had John Barnes, Nigel Callaghan, Luther Blissett and they absolutely ripped us apart.
It was the opening of a scoreboard. Every time a goal went in, there were these wee men (shown on the scoreboard) that used to jump up and down to celebrate. By the time the seventh went in, they were all hanging on to each other, shattered.
We went for a beer afterwards and were shellshocked. Alan Durban was the manager and we stopped somewhere in Yorkshire for a pint. We sat there in stunned silence.
Ally McCoist was talking on talkSPORT