Liverpool surpassed MU to top the greatest championship ranking

Liverpool have surpassed MU to win first place in the rankings of the greatest Premier League championships.

Liverpool overcame MU to become the team to win the greatest Premier League title. This is the result of an election held by Sky Sport today after Liverpool won their first Premier League title for the first time.

Up to now, about 3,900 readers have chosen Liverpool to lead the rankings of the greatest English Premier League championships. The championship this season of Klopp’s teachers and students was scored higher than the second title of MU in the 2007/08 season, with 2,400 votes.

Ranked 3rd is the championship with Arsenal’s unbeaten record in the 2003/04 season, with about 2,100 votes.

Of course, every election will be controversial and this time is no exception. Many Man City fans are annoyed when the spectacular comeback of this team against Liverpool in the 2013/14 season only ranked last.

Similarly, Man City’s dramatic victory over MU in the 2011/12 season only ranked last. Meanwhile, Leicester’s tinted championship title in the 2015/16 season is ranked 5th on this list.

Liverpool had to wait for 30 years to wear out. But this Liverpool championship is more convincing than any other title. The team of coach Jurgen Klopp won the Premiership title at the earliest history, 7 rounds earlier.  

Since the beginning of the season, Liverpool have only dropped three times, including 2 draws MU, Everton and Watford defeat.

Now, Liverpool are aiming to break the championship record with Man City’s highest score, 100 points. Currently, the new Premier League king has 86 points and they need to win at least 15 points out of a maximum of 21 points in the last 7 rounds to set a new record.

Sky Sport fans rank the Premier League championships 

Liverpool 2019/20 –4,100 votes

MU 2007/08 – 2,600 votes

Arsenal 2003/04 – 2,300 votes

MU 1998/99 – 2,200 votes

Leicester 2015/16 – 1,400 votes

MU 2008/09 – 1,300 votes

MU 1999/00 – 1,200 votes

Chelsea 2004/05 – 1,100 votes

MU 2002/03 – 1,100 votes

MU 2012/13 – 1,100 votes

MU 2000/01 – 1,100 votes

MU 1992/93 – 1,100 votes

MU 2006/07 – 986 votes

MU 1993/94 – 962 votes

MU 1996/97 – 948 votes

MU 2010/11 – 932 votes

MU 1995/96 – 920 votes

Man City 2017/18 – 732 votes

Chelsea 2005/06 – 655 votes

Man City 2018/19 – 609 votes

Arsenal 2001/02 – 595 votes

Chelsea 2009/10 – 572 votes

Arsenal 1997/98 – 542 votes

Chelsea 2016/17 – 530 votes

Chelsea 2014/15 – 489 votes

Blackburn Rovers 1994/95 – 476 votes

Man City 2011/12 – 358 votes

Man City 2013/14 – 272 votes