Debinha was a one-woman wrecking crew for the Courage. (Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports)

NJ/NY Gotham FC will finish in the National Women’s Soccer League basement this season.

It became official on Saturday night when the team went down to yet another defeat, a 3-0 loss at the North Carolina Courage at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. on Saturday night.

Gotham is in the midst of one of the worst stretches in league history, having lost 12 consecutive matches and having failed to score in five straight games.

The last time the team celebrated a victory was a 2-1 result at 11th-place Racing Louisville on July 8.

The New Jersey side extended its scoring drought to 488 minutes. The last time Gotham found the net was in the 52nd minute of a 3-1 home loss to Angel City on Aug. 28. That is almost a month ago.

Not surprisingly, Gotham has scored the least goals (13) and conceded the most (43) this season.

On Saturday, Debinha collected a hat-trick to power the Courage in front of 6,376 fans, the first North Carolina to score three goals in a match since the 2019 season.

After several early chances, the Courage broke through before the half-hour mark when Carson Pickett rolled a through ball down the left side for Debinha to run onto and she side-stepped Gotham keeper Michelle Betos before ripping a low-angle shot into the far side netting to open the scoring.

Only seven minutes later, Ryan Williams served a cross from the right side and Debinha smashed it on the volley to double the advantage.

The Courage removed all doubt in the 81st minute when Tess Boade drew the defense to the middle of the field and laid a pass wide for Debinha, who waltzed into the box and chipped Betos for No. 3.

Debinha has 12 goals on the season, tied with Sofia Smith (Portland) for second in the Golden Boot race behind Alex Morgan (15).

Gotham’s season from hell will conclude in its final home match against the Portland Thorns at Red Bull Arena on Saturday at 6 p.m.