Fernando Torres scored four times and missed a penalty as Spain cantered to a 10-0 victory over Tahiti in the Confederations Cup.
There had been predictions that the World and European champions would reach double figures, but they only led 1-0 after half an hour before moving through the gears.
David Villa had a hat-trick, David Silva scored twice and Juan Mata also netted as Spain went top of Group B ahead of Nigeria's meeting with Uruguay later in the evening.
It took Spain less than five minutes to take the lead as Torres exchanged a quick one-two with Mata and burst into the box from the left wing. The Chelsea striker then calmly sidefooted inside the near post of Mikael Roche.
The crowd were getting excited every time Tahiti made it out of their own half and were whipped into a frenzy as Steevy Chong Hue made a surging run forward and drew a foul from Raul Albiol.
Marama Vahirua stood over the free-kick but he could only put it into the wall.
Tahiti had so far managed to...