The Olympic hockey tournament at Los Angeles 1932 created a couple of records that still stand, including the biggest score in an international match when India beat the hosts the United States 24-1. The match was also notable for the greatest number of goals scored in a single match as Roop Singh hit 10. The US scored their only goal when the Indian goalkeeper Richard Allen was signing autographs for the crowd. Out of the 35 goals India scored in their two matches to win the gold medal, Singh scored 15 and his brother, Dhyan Chand, 10. Journalists voted the team's performances at the Games as "the most outstanding exhibition of skill in any sport".