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The 5 Biggest Wins in Serie A History

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Let’s take a look at some of the craziest scorelines in Serie A history.

Serie A is one of the top football leagues in the world, featuring some of the biggest and most successful clubs in the game. Over the years, there have been some incredible performances and unforgettable matches in this prestigious league, but which games saw the biggest wins? Here are the top 5 biggest wins in Serie A history.

Milan 9-0 Palermo (1951)

This match saw Milan completely destroy Palermo with a 9-0 scoreline, with Nils Liedholm and Aurelio Santagostino both scoring braces. The victory was a testament to Milan’s domestic dominance as they won the Scudetto ahead of Inter that season.

Internazionale 9-0 Casale (1933)

In 1933, Inter Milan recorded an emphatic 9-0 win over Casale, with both Attilio Demaría and Giuseppe Meazza scoring hat-tricks. The victory came in the opening matchday of the 1933-34 season, which saw Inter finish behind Juventus on the final standings.

Torino 9-0 Casale (1932)

Just a year before Inter’s record-breaking win, Torino also recorded a 9-0 victory over Casale. The match saw Torino’s attack run rampant, with striker Gino Rossetti scoring four goals.

Roma 9-0 Cremonese (1929)

This 1929 match saw Roma emerging victorious over Cremonese in a stunning 9-0 win. Roma’s biggest-ever win in Serie A came in the second matchday of the 1929-30 season, with Rodolfo Volk and Luigi Ossoinach both scoring hat-tricks.

Torino 10-0 Alessandria (1948)

Torino’s golden generation registered the biggest win in Serie A history with a 10-0 victory over Alessandria on May 2, 1948. Ezio Loik scored a hat-trick for ‘Grande Torino’, who secured their third consecutive league title that season. Torino’s unstoppable attacking line scored 125 goals that season, 49 more than any other Serie A side.