Estonia was never really expected to beat Portugal, but Ricardo Quaresma and co. ensured that through 45 minutes.
With Euro 2016 just days away, the Portuguese lead their European opponents 3-0 at the halftime break, with Quaresma notching a goal and an assist, both of which were things of beauty.
The Bestikas attacker sparked the Portugal onslaught with a spectacular outside-the-boot pass into the path of Cristiano Ronaldo, who headed home for the 1-0 lead in the 36th minute.
Quaresma then doubled the team’s lead three minutes later when the 32-year-old curled his effort over goalkeeper Pavel Londak, leaving Estonia in awe.
Ronaldo then capped off the half with his second goal on the stroke of halftime, as he chipped Londak from inside the penalty area.
You can check out Quaresma’s brilliant finish below: