Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari admitted he was pleased with with the way the team performed in the 2-0 win over Russia.

“The performance of the entire team was good,” Scolari said.

“The players were trying to score another goal, they were playing in a different way from normal, making quick passes and moving the ball out wide.

“Playing for two goals or playing for 10 goals, it doesn’t matter, it’s the same thing,” Scolari added.

Scolari made four changes to the team which was beaten by Greece in the opening match.

“There was no revolution. I just made a few changes,” he explained.

Despite the win Portugal still need to beat Spain in their final Group C game, if they are to reach the quarter finals.

“There isn’t even time to think, not even time to imagine what is going to happen,” said the former Brazil coach.

“Now it’s living this moment in the dressing room, talking a bit with the players and seeing where we made errors because Spain are very worthy opponents.”