Gibraltar's first-ever senior competitive game ended in a 7-0 thumping by Poland in their opening Euro 2016 Group D qualifying match on Sunday night.
Robert Lewandowski scored four, Kamil Grosicki fired in two and Lukas Szukala also got onto the scoresheet in a predictably one-sided match at Estadio Do Algarve.
Gibraltar, UEFA's newest member and a country with a population of around 30,000, were accepted by the European governing body in May 2013 following a 14-year battle.
They face a tough test...
Sunday was a proud day for Gibraltar, the tiny British Overseas Territory at Spain's southern tip. Having secured a place in UEFA back in 2013, they lined up for their first-ever competitive fixture -- a Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland -- with an XI full of players who do far more than play football.
Today's team sheet! pic.twitter.com/pPEx8F4toh— Gibraltar FA (@GibraltarFA) September 7, 2014
Seems like a reasonable...