Fiji, the greatest team on Earth!

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Fiji, ye beauty.

The Pacific Games are a mini-Olympic style event for Southern Pacific islands.

The spectators have the distinction of having seen the greatest thrashing in the history of football.


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Fiji, a tiny island consisting of refugees has beaten fellow non-FIFA associated Micronesia out for a ride.

With the score at 21-0 by half-time, it was going to be a drubbing from the start to end.

The top scorer for Fiji, somebody by the name of Antonio Tuivuna scored a mind-boggling 10 goals in the game. Get your chequebooks ready Liverpool!

How the coach is going to explain two score sheets on the wrong-side of 30 in a week is going to be priceless.

Maybe he will say it didn't matter, after all it was a non-FIFA tournament with U-23 sides participating.

Maybe he will blame the gigantic population of about 100,000 people. Perhaps it will come down to the entire country can fit inside London, with loads left over.

No pressure, eh?

These disparities between teams was the driving factor for Australia's relocation to the AFC. The Aussies had also beaten Women World Cup champions USA's territory American Samoa 31-0.

Whatever it may be, both the tiny Pacific nations will be entering football history books, with a record of much envy.

Perhaps not for Micronesia though.

All hail Fiji!

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