Portugal thrashed Luxembourg 9-0 as they continue to maintain their perfect start to Euro 2024 qualification campaign in group J.
Despite missing Cristiano Ronaldo through suspension, Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes inspired Portugal with hat-trick of assists before scoring a late goal himself in the nation’s biggest international victory to date.
Goncalo Inacio scored the first goal after 12 minutes and a brace from Paris St-Germain forward Goncalo Ramos afterwards gave Portugal total control of the game.
Inacio headed in a fourth goal in first-half stoppage time from another pin-point delivery by Fernandes.
Liverpool forward Diogo Jota scored two goals while Ricardo Horta and Joao Felix were also on the score sheet.
Portugal win means they are 5 points ahead of Slovakia who defeated Liechtenstein 3-0 in Bratislava with goals from David Hancko, Ondrej Duda and Robert Mak inside the first six minutes.