Minsk - Brazilian striker Luiz Adriano struck five times, becoming the first player in Champions League history to score four goals in the opening half, as Shakhtar Donetsk trounced BATE Borisov 7-0 in Group H on Tuesday.
On a record-breaking night, Luiz Adriano joined Barcelona's Lionel Messi as the only players to hit five goals in a Champions League game.
Shakhtar's 6-0 halftime lead also set a new record for Europe's elite club competition.
The Ukrainians are now second in the group on five points, two behind leaders Porto who beat Athletic Bilbao 2-1.
Belarussians BATE are third with three points from three matches while Athletic have one.