If you put a pub team against Brazil, and both teams tried their best - the score would probably not be as high as 149-0.
You're just setting him up for a David Luiz joke, aren't you?
On the point of 'history books', I'm referring to the popular media who would ignore those results from your Madagascars or your Yugoslavias and focus on 'proper' games
. How do we know for sure that Bon Accord were putting in the effort, weren't they a cricket club drafted in at the last minute that didn't really want to be there?
Also, that point on a goal every 36 seconds, SO l'Emyrne were really going at it with the own goals, but I'd imagine they could have gotten more though if they weren't slacking so much
. On the basis of the 'fastest goal ever' contenders being under 3 seconds, and the assumption that the referee adds injury time for gaps between kick-offs, we're looking at 20 own-goals per minute, for a grand total of 1800-0 in a hypothetical 'perfect terrible game'. Assuming of course we don't have a referee who's decided to make the game even longer... or an own goal scorer who has mastered the art of kicking a ball at lightspeed, in which case their talents are probably being wasted...
Semi-related, I played a game of FIFA 15 recently on the easiest possible setting (but in hindsight should have altered the sliders to give my players superhuman abilities and the opponents the opposite), as the 'Club Classico' against a downloadable team of 'stat boosting' players (almost all rated 1/99), 20 minute halves to see how many goals I could get. Final score 120-0, going cricket-style on my projected goal rate (3/minute) it would be 270-0 over 90 minutes, I really feel I could've gotten more though, Rudi Voller was carrying those guys with his 25-goal contribution...