Tuvalu have suffered a heavy defeat in their debut match at the Conifa World Football Cup in London.
The Pacific nation, who beat New Caledonia and Tonga at last year's Pacific Mini Games, were outclassed 4-0 by Székely Land, who represent ethnic Hungarians in Romania, in their opening match in Group C.
Next up they face Padania, who thrashed Matabeleland 6-1.
Tuvalu are competing at the biennial tournament for the first time after Kiribati withdrew in March due to financial difficulties.
The World Cup is organised by the Confederation of Independent Football Associations and was first staged in 2014 for regions and states not affiliated to football's world governing body FIFA.
Tuvalu is an associate member of the Oceania Football Confederation but was refused FIFA membership because the country lacks a regulation football pitch.