Marco Silva begins his tenure in the Everton dugout with a 22-0 win over Austrian minnows ATV Irdning at the ATV-Riesneralm-Arena.
Marco Silva has enjoyed a bright start to life in the Everton dugout as his charges claimed a 22-0 win over ATV Irdning on Saturday.
The Austrian team is part of the Oberliga Nord League, and currently ranks 11th out of the 14-team division.
Leighton Baines opened the scoring at the ATV-Riesneralm-Arena after five minutes and, by the half-hour mark, Everton had scored seven.
Cenk Tosun completed his hat-trick on 33 minutes and Ademola Lookman scored two more goals to add to his earlier brace before the break, at which point the Toffees were 10-0 up.
Despite a raft of changes by Silva, the Merseysiders continued to lay waste to the Irdning goal, Kevin Mirallas scoring five and Oumar Niasse weighing in with four.
Nikola Vlasic was also on the scoresheet while a farcical 20-yard own goal on 81 minutes summed up the Austrians' woeful afternoon.
Everton's biggest-ever recorded win was 14-0, against New Ferry in the Liverpool Senior Cup in 1885 and against Notts Rangers in a friendly in 1890.
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