October 4, 2020 will be unforgettable in Premier league history.

Both Manchester United and Liverpool suffered historic and unbelievable defeats on the same day.

Reigning Premier League champions, Liverpool suffered a 7-2 defeat against Aston Villa who were 17th last season and escaped relegation by just a single point.

The result meant Jurgen Klopp suffered his heaviest ever managerial defeat, surpassing Man City’s 5-0 thrashing of his Liverpool side in 2017 and his Mainz team’s 6-1 loss to Werder Bremen in 2006.

It was also the first time the reigning English top-flight champions had conceded seven goals in a league match since Arsenal against Sunderland in 1953.

Manchester United were also defeated 6 -1 by Tottenham in Old  Trafford.

Bruno Fernandes had given the Red Devils a second-minute lead, before  goals from Tanguy Ndombele and Heung-min Son gave Spurs a 2 – 1 lead.

A 28th-minute red card for Anthony Martial for slapping Erik Lamela helped Tottenham’s cause as Harry Kane got on the scoresheet and Son added a fourth before half-time.

Serge Aurier and a Kane penalty took Tottenham’s tally to six.

It was a perfect result for Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, who previously coached Manchester United before his sack in 2018.