Pedro Neto and Paulinho both scored on their Portugal debut as the European champions unsurprisingly beat Andorra 7-0 in a friendly on Wednesday, while Cristiano Ronaldo was also on target.
Neto, 20, scored the first goal after eight minutes while Paulinho, who was making his debut at the age of 28, got in front of his marker to score the second just before the half hour mark.
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Renato Sanches added the third in the 56th minute and Braga striker Paulinho directed his second on Mario Rui's cross five minutes later.
Emili Garcia turned the ball into his own net before Ronaldo, who was at rest during the first half, directed his 102nd international goal with five minutes remaining and Joao Felix finished the rout.
Ronaldo's goal left the 35-year-old just seven years off former Iranian striker Ali Daei's all-time record with 109 international goals. (Written by Brian Homewood Editing by Toby Davis)