Even without star
who is suspended due to a third yellow card
showed no mercy and scored a historic 9-0 defeat in
The match, valid for the 6th round of qualifying for the
, was held at the Algarve stadium, in Portugal, this Monday (12).
With the victory, the Portuguese team, which has not yet conceded a goal, maintained the lead in group J with 100% success, with 18 points.
The visitors remain in third place, with 10.
Luxembourg's coach, Luc Holtz, left the field after seeing the team concede the eighth Portuguese goal.
He has been in office for 13 years, but was extremely angry with the result.
A few minutes later, the coach returned to the field and saw his team score the ninth goal.
It was the highest score applied so far in all qualifying matches.
Portugal opened 4-0 in the first half, with two goals from players Gonçalo Ramos and Gonçalo Inácio.
In the second half, the Portuguese "didn't let up" and scored with Diogo Jota (two), Ricardo Horta, Bruno Fernandes and João Félix .