(CNN)You might have to check twice to make sure it wasn't a game of rugby or American football, but yes -- 32-0 was a scoreline in a soccer match.
The recently-formed Benfica Women team has been ripping it up in the club's debut season, and last weekend notched its biggest win so far against bottom side CP Pego.
Brazilian Darlene bagged 10 of the goals, while fellow forward Evy Pereira scored seven in what was a record winning margin in Portuguese senior football.
It was the fifth time the team had scored more than 20 in a game in the second division of the country's women's league.
Formed in December 2017, Benfica Women has won all 14 of its league games this season, scored 257 goals -- an average of 18 a game -- and conceded none. Even Sporting CP, Benfica's closest rival in the league, was dispatched 10-0.
The team, based in Lisbon, was formed as an offshoot of the decorated men's team and immediately attracted the services of a number of international players.
Attention now turns to Wednesday's cup tie against top tier side Maritimo.