Standard Liege showed uncharacteristic ruthlessness to dispatch FC Copenhagen 3-0 and go top of Group B of the Europa League.
Liege, who drew their opener 0-0 at Hannover and have struggled in front of goal this season, had to wait until the 57th minute to open the scoring through Luis Seijas.
Felipe added a second in the 72nd minute, before Antonio Kanu rounded off a comprehensive victory seven minutes later.
After a quiet opening, Thomas Delaney was first to try his luck for the visitors from the edge of the area but he fired over in the 20th minute.
Cesar Santin's 12-yard strike was wayward two minutes later before Copenhagen goalkeeper Johan Wiland was comfortably behind Kanu's shot.
At the other end, Sinan Bolat held Solvi Ottesen's ambitious header and Maor Buzaglo struck over from 18 yards.
Franck Berrier sent a long-distance hit wide just after the half-hour mark for Liege, then brought a decent save out of Wiland with a 20-yard free-kick.
As half-time approached, Copenhagen tried a couple of speculative efforts but neither Pierre Bengtsson nor Dame Ndoye could find the target.
Jelle van Damme headed over as Liege started the second half well, and they took the lead soon after when Seijas found the net via the post from 18 yards, volleying first time from a Copenhagen clearance.
Liege were on top now, and Van Damme attempted to drive home the advantage with a long-range shot which went over.
Berrier also had no luck from distance, but the second was not long in coming.
It came via Berrier's inswinging corner, which arrived at the feet of Felipe at the far post, and he smashed the ball home off the bar.
Berrier was desperate to get on the scoresheet himself, twice firing wide and once over before Liege added a third.
Berrier could at least claim the assist as it came from another corner, with Kanu leaping to head home.
The game was over as a spectacle and the hosts were content to play out time.