Portugal had a dominant performance in their European Championship qualifying match against Luxembourg, winning 6-0.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in the first half along with goals from Joao Felix and Bernardo Silva.
The visitors had the game wrapped up by halftime and added two more goals late in the match.
Luxembourg had more possession in the second half but failed to make an impact.
Goalkeeper Rui Patricio had a quiet first half and was hardly challenged in the second.
Antonio Silva helped build attacks from the back and Ruben Dias was solid defensively.
Danilo Pereira had a goal disallowed and made good defensive blocks.
Diogo Dalot was not very involved, while Bruno Fernandes set up the early goal and Ronaldo’s second.
Joao Palhinha made excellent runs and passes, setting up Bernardo Silva’s goal with a fine cross.
Nuno Mendes got forward frequently and assisted Ronaldo’s simple finish.
Ronaldo had a vintage display, scoring the first and fourth goals.
Joao Felix also scored and linked up well with his teammates.
Substitutes Goncalo Ramos, Ruben Neves, and Otavio all made an impact, with Rafael Leao scoring and setting up Otavio’s goal with a lovely cross.
Manager Roberto Martinez put out a strong team and made effective changes, although the team eased up too much in the second half.