Cristiano Ronaldo moved one goal closer (102 goals) to the all-time international goalscoring record, in men’s football as Portugal thrashed Andorra.
Ronaldo, 35, scored his 102nd goal for his country with a powerful header and is now seven behind the record of Iran’s Ali Daei.
Wolves forward Pedro Neto also scored on his debut – one of five Wanderers players in the Portugal squad.
Michy Batshuayi scored twice for Belgium as they beat Switzerland 2-1.
And Leicester winger Cengiz Under scored as Turkey and Croatia drew 3-3.
Ronaldo was left on the bench as a precaution after picking up an ankle injury against Lazio last weekend and replaced Neto at the break.
He scored the sixth goal in the game with five minutes left with a thunderous header.