San Marino conceded an astonishing 47 goals in their qualifying campaign for this year's FIFA World Cup South Africa™. The minnows, who are officially ranked 202nd in the world by FIFA - lost all 10 qualifiers they played, scored just one goal in the process and were thrashed 10-0 by Poland in Kielce. 

They are currently even with Anguilla, Montserrat, American Samoa, Central African Republic and Papua New Guinea at the foot of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings with zero points.

However, San Marino do have the honour of scoring the fastest goal in FIFA World Cup qualifying history when Davide Gualtieri netted after just 8.3 seconds against England in November 1993, although they lost the match 7-1.