Paris Saint-Germain added two more goals to their Ligue 1 tally against Monaco to mark their most prolific start ever to a league season.
Goals from Neymar and Edinson Cavani saw off the hosts' challenge as the Ligue 1 leaders extended their advantage at the summit to nine points on Sunday.
It's been coming, and Cavani is on hand to give PSG the lead at Monaco... pic.twitter.com/X4tJbMcKe2— Goal (@goal) 26 de noviembre de 2017
The club have now scored an amazing 45 times in just 14 outings this season, an average of more than three goals a game so far.
It also means that PSG have broken their club record for goals scored at this point in a Ligue 1 campaign, and have the most goals of any side in a top European league at this point.
Not since St. Etienne in 1969-70 has a French team made such a goal-happy start in Ligue 1.
PSG also equalled the national record for points taken after 14 games of a season.
Only RC Paris in 1960-1 and PSG themselves in 1985-6 and 2015-16 (the first two adjusted to a win equalling three points instead of two) have matched Unai Emery's men at the beginning of a campaign.