Benfica thrashed Nacional 10-0 on Sunday as they secured the biggest win in the Primeira Liga for 55 years.
It was the first time that Benfica have reached double figures since 1964, when they also won 10-0 against Seixal, and on this occasion they opened the scoring through Alex Grimaldo in the first minute.
Bruno Lage's team added a second in the 21st minute as Haris Seferovic got on the scoresheet, and the attacker added a second shortly afterwards.
The majority of Benfica's goals came in the second half, with Pizzi teeing up Joao Felix to make it 4-0.
Pizzi then scored Benfica's fifth goal himself from the penalty spot, with Francisco Ferreira proceeding to add a sixth.
Vlachodimos; Andre Almeida, Ruben Dias, Francisco Ferreira, Grimaldo; Pizzi, Samaris (Florentino Luis 62), Gabriel, Rafa Silva; Seferovic (Jonas 73), Joao Felix (Krovinovic 68)
Subs not used:
Gedson Fernandes, Svilar, Cervi, Salvio
Grimaldo 1, Seferovic 21, 27, Felix 50, Pizzi 54 (pen), Francisco Ferreira 56, Ruben Dias 64, Jonas 85, Rafa Silva 88, Jonas 90
Daniel; Kalindi, Julio, Rosic, Filipe Ferreira (Witi, 17); Alhassan (Arabidze 46), Vitor Goncalves, Marakis (Riascos 84), Joao Camacho; Rashidov, Palocevic
Subs not used:
Diego Barcelos, Diogo Coelho, Framelin, Rochez
Ruben Dias and Jonas also managed to score before Rafa Silva, remarkably, made it 9-0.
There was enough time for a tenth goal, with Jonas getting his second of the game in the closing stages.
Despite the emphatic nature of their victory, Benfica are in second place in the league, one point adrift of leaders Porto.