THERE’S nothing more embarrassing than watching your team get a Champions League beatdown – and that is exactly what RB Leipzig fans have had to go through TONIGHT.
Manchester City humiliated Bundesliga giants RB Leipzig in their Champions League round of 16 tie.
And Norwegian machine Erling Haaland grabbed himself FIVE goals in the mauling.
But what is the biggest Champions League win in history?
What is the biggest Champions League win?
Liverpool and Real Madrid’s 8-0 home triumphs stand as the biggest wins in Champions League history.
The Reds humiliated Beskitas courtesy of Yossi Benayoun, Peter Crouch, Ryan Babel and legend Steven Gerrard.
While Cristiano Ronaldo’s four goals saw Real Madrid annihilate Malmo in the 2015 group stages.
What are the other high goal-scoring margins?
7-0: Juventus vs Olympiacos, 10/12/2003
7-0: Arsenal vs Slavia Praha, 23/10/2007
0-7: Žilina vs Marseille, 03/11/2010
7-0: Valencia vs Genk, 23/11/2011
7-0: Bayern Munich vs Basel, 13/03/2012
0-7: BATE Borisov vs Shakhtar Donetsk, 21/10/2014
7-0: Bayern Munich vs Shakhtar Donetsk, 11/03/2015
7-0: Barcelona vs Celtic, 13/09/2016
0-7: Maribor vs Liverpool, 17/10/2017
7-0: Liverpool vs Spartak Moskva, 06/12/17
7-0: Manchester City vs Schalke, 12/03/19