Cristiano Ronaldo has scored to lead Portugal to a 4-0 win over Israel in their final warm-up match before defending their European Championship title.
Ronaldo scored in the 44th minute to take his international tally to 104 goals.
He will enter Euro 2020 five goals away from tying the all-time scoring record for a men's national team.
The record is held by former Iran striker Ali Daei, the only other male soccer player to surpass the 100-goal milestone.
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes and Manchester City full-back Joao Cancelo also scored for Portugal, who were coming off a goalless draw with Spain last week.
Ronaldo missed a few good chances before finally finding the net with a left-footed shot from inside the area at the Jose Alvalade Stadium.
His goal came two minutes after Fernandes had opened the scoring with a low shot from near the penalty spot after a pass by Cancelo, who added to the lead with a nice low strike into the corner in the 86th.
Fernandes scored his second goal by hitting the top corner with a shot from outside the area in stoppage time.
Portugal coach Fernando Santos started with Fernandes, Bernardo Silva and Diogo Jota playing alongside Ronaldo, who was substituted in the 72nd.
Joao Felix was not included in the matchday squad.
Pepe and Ruben Dias led the defence.
Portugal will play Euro 2020 in a difficult Group F that includes Germany, France and Hungary.
They will open against Hungary on Tuesday in Budapest before facing Germany on June 19 and France on June 23.
Portugal won their first European title by beating hosts France in the final at Euro 2016.