What was the largest score gap in a soccer game?
In the world of soccer, some matches are remembered for their nail-biting suspense, others for their record-breaking score gaps. The largest score gap in a soccer game is a staggering 149-0, achieved in a match between AS Adema and Stade Olympique de L'Emyrne (SOE) in Madagascar in 2002. This wasn't a typical game though, as SOE intentionally scored own goals as a protest against a perceived unfair decision by the referee in a previous match. This unbelievable scoreline didn't come from a competitive contest, but rather a statement of discontent. It's a record, but definitely not one built on sporting prowess!