The goalkeeper Nicky Salapu let in 31 goals in one match 

 Imagine your worst work day times 31. Nicky Salapu's 11 April 2001 experience may be similar. 

 Salapu told the Sporting Witness podcast that passersby still wonder about the unique match. 

 A World Cup qualifier with Australia. American Samoa scored 31 goals without reply with a ragtag bunch of youngsters. 

 Salapu, 43, says he had to hide his tears from his teammates in the 31-0 loss. 

 "I was trying to keep all that emotion in to wait until the game is over," he adds. 

Such a large loss has several mitigating variables. First, American Samoa had 58,000 people, compared to Australia's 19 million. The minnows joined Fifa three years earlier. 

 Fifa also restricted Pacific Islanders to players with American passports before 2002 World Cup qualifiers. In a 20-player roster, only Salapu was eligible. 

 "We had to find anyone in two weeks," he says. "We ended up selecting kids from high school." 

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