The Blue Sharks asserted their dominance from the outset, and Bebe opened the scoring with a remarkable long-distance free kick that left Mozambique's goalkeeper Ernan with no chance.
The early goal set the tone for Cape Verde's performance, showcasing their attacking prowess.
Undeterred by their lead, Cape Verde continued to press for a second goal, which came to fruition in the 51st minute.
Ryan Mendes capitalized on a defensive blunder, calmly slotting the ball into the net and extending Cape Verde's advantage.
The demolition was completed by Kevin Lenini, who unleashed a powerful long-range shot that found the back of the net, leaving Cape Verde with a comfortable lead.
Mozambique struggled to pose any threats in front of goal throughout the match, failing to mount a comeback against the relentless Cape Verdean side.
With this victory, Cape Verde solidified their place in the knockout stage, while Mozambique finds themselves with only one point from two games.
The Mambas now face a must-win situation against Ghana on Monday to keep their hopes of qualification alive.
Cape Verde's next challenge awaits them against Egypt on Monday, the 22nd, at the Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny.
The Blue Sharks will look to carry their momentum into the upcoming clash as they aim to progress further in the tournament.