On This Day: Five-star Hammers sink Plymouth
Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, in association with Basset & Gold..
On this day in 2005, West Ham United's biggest win of the season paved the way for a Championship promotion push which culminated in play-off glory at Millennium Stadium.
The visitors to Boleyn Ground on 19 February 2005 were mid-table Plymouth Argyle, but sitting outside the top six, Alan Pardew's side were ultimately on the verge of a late run of form which would propel themselves towards a date with destiny.
Kickstarting this run was their 5-0 demolition of Plymouth, with West Ham taking the lead after just ten minutes when Marlon Harewood converted from the spot after Bjarni Gudjonsson handled inside the area.
A bizarre Luck McCormick own goal doubled the advantage before Malky Mackay was given space to lob in a third, before a late brace by Teddy Sheringham put the gloss on the result.
You can relive all the goals from a classic West Ham United performance above.
Basset & Gold are West Ham United's official sleeve sponsor and eSports partner. Their mission is to challenge the market and create investment opportunities that are easy to understand, transparent and continuously control risk, while maintaining market-leading returns that meet investment goals. Click here to find out more.