Scotland's women's national team team began their tenure at Motherwell's Fir Park with a 7-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Naming an unchanged starting XI from an equally emphatic 7-2 victory over Faroe Islands five days earlier, Anna Signeul's side dominated their opponents in the first tie at their new home for the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup qualifiers.
Speaking after the match, Signeul was delighted with the performance.
She said: “Seven goal-scorers is unbelievable. It shows the quality of the players that we have.
“We have winners on the pitch and I think you saw that today what determination there is to score goals and what determination to have a clean sheet today and I think they only had one shot on goal at the end.”
Scotland started the game on the front foot, with chances falling the way of Glasgow City trio Leanne Ross, Rachel Corsie and Leanne Crichton, before taking the lead in the seventh minute. A great ball through from Megan Sneddon reached Lisa Evans, who calmly placed it into the net beyond goalkeeper Almina Hodzic.
Just five minutes later, Scotland grabbed a second goal when good work down the left from Evans, Kim Little and Frankie Brown helped the ball find its way to Leanne Ross who make it 2-0.
The home side regularly opened up the visitors' defence but the final ball just wasn’t good enough from the Scottish midfield.
Influential playmaker Little almost created a third; the Arsenal midfielder linking up with Leanne Ross to set up Jane Ross but she delayed her shot too long and the attempt was blocked.
Scotland finally increased their lead 10 minutes before half-time. The ball went through to Little who rounded the keeper and tapped in.
Scotland began the second half determined to increase the lead further and killed off any chance of a Bosnia-Herzegovina comeback after just two minutes as Little’s corner found Corsie whose headed shot went off the post and trickled over the line.
Scotland made a change as Emma Mitchell came on for Hayley Lauder. The Arsenal defender then started the move for the fifth goal as she played the ball down to the left to Evans, who beat two players and set up Jane Ross to score.
Ross thought she had returned the favour just a minute later, but the assistant raised her flag to disallow a Scotland goal for the third time of the night.
Undettered, Signeul's side continued to press and grabbed a sixth with an own-goal. When Evans was fouled outside the area, Little delivered the ball into the box, bouncing off Spahic and keeper Hodzic allowed it to slip past into the net.
After half chances from Little and substitute Suzanne Malone, Suzanne Lappin knocked in a seventh goal in last minute to end a match completely dominated by the home side.
With a crowd of just over a thousand making the trip to Motherwell, Signeul also hopes to see even larger crowds for the rest of the qualifiers.
She said: “If people have watched it and seen these highlights I really hope we can get more people to the next game.”
Scotland: Fay, L Ross (Lappin), Crichton, Lauder (Mitchell), Little, Sneddon, Beattie, J. Ross (Malone), Corsie, Evans, Brown.
Subs not used: Lynn, Docherty, McSorley, Murray
Bosnia Herzegovina: A Hodzic, Dijakovic (Hadzic), A Spahic, Nikolic, Fetahovic (Grebenar), Hadzic, Kadric, A Spahic (Stanic), Kulis, Crnjak, Krso.
Journal Player of the Match: Lisa Evans