Rio de Janeiro: Brazil international winger Lucas Moura helped set up all three goals for Sao Paulo in their 3-1 victory over Portuguesa in Brazil's Serie A championship.
The 20-year-old's national teammate Luis Fabiano was the chief beneficiary, scoring in the fifth and 77th minutes at the Morumbi Stadium Saturday while Bruno Cortez also netted with a second-half volley, reports Xinhua.
Lucas, who will join Paris Saint-Germain in January after agreeing to a 43-million-euro deal with the French outfit last month, talked down his impact on the match.
Brazil international winger helped set up all three goals for Sao Paulo in their 3-1 victory over Portuguesa.
"Rogerio Ceni and Luis Fabiano are the stars of the team not me," Lucas said. "I'm just happy to play my part."
"Luis and I have always had a good understanding on the pitch and that showed again today."
In the only other game on Saturday, bottom-of-the-table Atletico Goias shocked league leaders Fluminense 2-1 at Rio's Engenhao Stadium.