At the Algarve Stadium, days after making history with the best start ever in a qualifying phase (five victories), Roberto Martinez's team reinforced their record with Portugal's biggest victory ever, surpassing the 8-0 set by twice against Liechtenstein (1994 and 1999) and once to Kuwait (2003).

Gonçalo Inácio (12 and 45+4 minutes), Gonçalo Ramos (18 and 34), Diogo Jota (57 and 77), Ricardo Horta (67), Bruno Fernandes (83) and João Félix (88) scored the goals for the national team.

Portugal leads the group with 18 points, eight above third place, occupied by Luxembourg.