Corinthians have done a lot in the 109-year history of the club, winning the Brasileirão seven times, the 2012 Copa Libertadores, and a pair of FIFA Club World Cups.
But now, it’s the women’s team who have done the extraordinary, tying a modern-day world record.
On Sunday, Corinthians defeated Ferroviaria 4-0 to claim their 27th-straight victory in all competitions, equalling the mark set by Welsh Premier League side The New Saints in December 2016.
During their incredible run, which began back on 26 March, Corinthians have outscored their opponents by a jaw-dropping 95-8 margin.
Corinthians will have a chance to break the world record on Wednesday when they host São José.