Captain Cristiano Ronaldo moved a step closer to becoming the all-time top scorer in International football as Portugal demolished Andorra by 7-0 on Wednesday.
Ronaldo’s late strike takes his overall tally for his country to 102 goals, meaning he is just seven shy of former Iranstriker Ali Daei’s record of 109 goals in International football.
Pedro Neto broke the deadlock in just 8th minute of the start of the game.
Paulinho scored twice in 29th minute and in 61st minute.
Renato Sanches score a goal in 56th minute.
Andorra’s Emili Garcia put the ball in the back of his own net with 15 minutes remaining to pile more misery on the minnows, who were outclassed in Lisbon.
And Ronaldo got in on the act late on, making it 6-0 with a close-range header in the 85th minute, having squandered a few good chances after coming on as a sub. Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix made it seven heaven for the Portuguese.
Portugal hosts France on Saturday in the Nations League, then visits Croatia on Tuesday. It trails Group B leader Ukraine by three points entering its final two matches in the European competition.
In other friendly Matches:
Germany 1-0 Czech Republic,
Italy 4-0 Estoinia,
Netherland 1-1 Spain,
France 2-0 Finland