Poor old San Marino were on the end of another battering on Sunday evening, as they hosted the Czech Republic in World Cup qualifying group C.
The home side were 5-0 down by half-time, but the manner in which the visitors' second goal was conceded truly showed the gulf in class between the two sides.
Without wanting to pick on San Marino too much, the way three players consecutively panicked and passed the responsibility of possession with hospital passes, before eventually having the ball taken and put into the goal, was almost comical.
The first player attempts to take the ball out of defence, looks up, panics, and passes back. The next player panics and passes back, before the next player panics, turns back, and loses the ball... Goal.
Even a hoof down the field would have avoided that disaster, as the most basic pressure from two Czech players resulted in total panic stations.
San Marino sit bottom of group C with 0 points and 17 goals conceded in their first four games, but the campaign may well be seen as a success as they scored their first away goal in 15 years against Norway back in October.