An amateur football team in England has scored 58 unanswered goals to hand their local rivals the biggest ever defeat in British football history.
Wheel Power FC scored 20 goals in the first half and 38 in the second to romp to a 58-0 victory over Nova 2010 FC in the town of Torquay, surpassing the previous record of 55-0.
Robbie Bowker scored 18 of Power FC's goals, while his brother Stuart also made it into double figures with 10.
Nova had been forced to call up four extras at the last minute in order to field the minimum nine players and the game was effectively over after the first five minutes, with Power FC racing to a 5-0 lead.
The world record for the highest scoreline in football is held by Madagascan team AS Adema, who beat Stade Olympique de L'Emyrne 149-0 in 2002.
However, no goals were actually scored by AS Adema, with Stade Olympique scoring 149 own-goals in protest over a refereeing decision that had cost them their previous game.
Australia hold the international scoring record, defeating American Samoa 31-0 in 2001.