When: October 31, 2002
Where: Antananarivo, Madagascar
Breaking any kind of world record should be a momentous occasion.
Before the end of October 2002, association football's highest scoreline remained Arbroath's 36-0 win over Bon Accord in 1885.
It's worth noting that Bon Accord were actually a cricket team, mistakenly invited into the Scottish Cup by hapless organisers.
This incredible scoreline may have lasted 117 years as the largest ever, but two teams from Madagascar eventually outshone the mismatch.
Most teams are able to shake off any sense of injustice.
Stade Olympique l'Emyrne were battling for the national championship. Decisions in a four-team playoff went against them, and this lead to one of the craziest events in football history.
Lining up against already crowned champions AS Adema, the SOE players decided to make a statement. A few deliberately scored own goals would force the Madagascan FA to take notice.
Ninety minutes later, the game finished 149-0.
Add up the total amount of own goals scored by Jamie Carragher, Richard Dunne and Frank Sinclair. Even this doesn't come to 149!
Safe to say, SOE were heavily punished. The team's coach and four players were banned for three years (via The Guardian).
Will this scoreline ever be toppled?