IT'S one thing being on the end of a 9-0 thrashing, it's another when you contribute to the downfall yourself.
And that's exactly what Cambodian footballer Sun Sovanrithy did, and in some style too, with a spectacular own goal.
His team, Boeung Ket collapsed in their AFC Cup match against Ceres Negros - and for Sovanrithy it was a night to forget for sure.
A Ceres man whipped in a cross, and leaping like a salmon, Sovanrithy thundered a header past his own keeper.
The defender slumps with his hands on his knees, as the crowd can barely contain their excitement at the manner of the goal.
He is clearly angry with himself, and receives a pat on the back from an opponent in commiseration.
Predicatbly, there was a fair amount of hilarity on social media once the clip began to be shared.
Joe Dimmer jokingly wrote on Twitter that Sovanrithy "could get a transfer to Sunderland", while Andrew adds that the manner of the goal scored was "fishy".
James describes it as "an absolute belter".
SunSport recently reported on another hilarious own goal, from Al Dhafra ace Yasser Abdullah Al Juneibi.
The defender tried to clear the ball but ended up firing an unstoppable drive into the top corner to put Al Jazira ahead.
His side ended up losing 3-1 after getting off to a terrible start.
Giants Al Jazira are struggling this season and sit fifth in the table after winning just one game in five.