Portugal beat Serbia 2-1 at the Estádio da Luz to go top of Group I, eight points ahead of their opponents on the night.
Ricardo Carvalho opened the scoring early on, making a little bit of history in the process. Not only was he the first player other than Cristiano Ronaldo to score for Portugal in the Euro 2016 qualifiers, but he also became the "oldest" scorer in the history of the Portuguese national team. Unfortunately, a few minutes later, Ricky was forced off with injury.
After conceding an equaliser on the hour mark (Matic), Portugal immediately retook the lead through an exceptional assist by Joao Moutinho for Fabio Coentrão. Their next game is a friendly against Cape Verde on Tuesday evening.
Golooooo!! La vista de Ronaldo, le QI football de Moutinho, la rage de Coentrao. Joli!— William Pereira (@WillyTheKiid) 29 March 2015