(CNN)Imagine watching your team concede a goal every two and a half minutes.
That was the harsh reality faced by Virtsu Jalgpalliklubi -- a team from a town of just 500 people -- when they went up against FC Infonet on Saturday.
However bad you think it gets for your team, spare a thought for the fans of the Estonian minnows who witnessed their first division opponents hand out a 36-0 hammering in the Estonia Cup on Saturday.
Already 13-0 up at half time, far from easing off and sparing their opponent's blushes, FC Infonet went on a 23-goal second half scoring spree to inflict a record-breaking defeat in front of a less-than sell-out crowd of 83.
The previous record was set in 1998-99 season when Narva Trans beat Valga Warriors 25-0.
Trevor Elhi scored an incredible 10 goals and is surely now a shoo-in for the Estonia Cup Golden Boot.
In what will be scant consolation to Virtsu Jalgpalliklubi, it wasn't the only team to suffer a humiliating defeat at the hands of a more elite rival in the weekend's fixtures.
Kuressaare beat Rapla Lokomotiv 20-0 and Eestimaa Kasakad lost 14-0 to Trans Narva.