Jamie Maclaren scored five times as Melbourne City thrashed 10-man Melbourne Victory 7-0 in an astonishing derby match.
City moved top of the A-League on Saturday with a Melbourne derby victory that will live long in the memory.
Andrew Nabbout had given the hosts an early lead but there were no signs an extraordinary contest was on the cards until a 30th-minute red card for Victory captain Adama Traore for a foul on the goalscorer.
Nabbout won a penalty shortly after the red card which was converted by Maclaren and it stayed 2-0 until the 64th minute.
That was when the floodgates opened.
Substitute Marco Tilio set up Maclaren for the third goal before winning a penalty that the striker converted to bring up a hat-trick with 15 minutes left to play.
The lead remained at four until a remarkable spree saw City score three times in the space of 178 seconds from the 84th minute.
Maclaren scored two of them before Adrian Luna finished the rout in style, leaving the Victory players dumbfounded.
Tilio ended the night with two assists while Luna had a game-high four key passes, with Victory mustering only one shot on target compared to 10 for the hosts.
City had beaten their rivals Victory 6-0 in the first derby of the season, with this match capping a remarkable double.
In the first game of the day, Western United defeated Central Coast Mariners 1-0 in Tasmania.
A fifth-minute goal from Connor Pain – after a one-two with Besart Berisha – proved to be the only goal.
Central Coast have now fallen to one point behind Melbourne City at the top of the table.