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BALL – Classic semi-final: Porto happier than Sporting (Portuguese Cup)

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The Portuguese Cup draw determined that Sporting and Porto would meet in the semifinals. This will be the 10th time that the two rivals decide to reach the final of the Queen’s Contest.

And if you look at past matches, the history favors Porto, but not by a wide margin. In the previous nine times Sporting had come out four times against five Dragons.

The first duel took place in the 1951/52 season, when the Lisbonians won in a tie-break. After the defeat (0-2) on the dragon, Randolph Galloway’s team won in Alwalada (4-2) and in the tie-break (5-2).

The latter, in 2017/18, was also lion-friendly and already had Sergio Conceição on the bench. After losing at Porto (0: 1), Jorge Jesus’ side won at home (1: 0) and were stronger on penalties (5: 4), reaching one of the most fateful finals for the Greens. and white – defeat from Avesh (1-2), a week after the attack on Academy Alcochete.

Watch all the matches between Porto and Sporting CP in the Cup semi-finals:

Era first hand second hand tie break Winner
1951/52 2-0 2-4 2-5 Sporting
1957/58 2-2 3-0 FC Porto
1960/61 1-2 4-1 FC Porto
1983/84 1-1 (ap) 2-1 FC Porto
1986/87 0-1 (ap) Sporting
1995/96 1-1 (ap) 0-1 (ap) Sporting
2000/01 2-1 (ap) FC Porto
2005/06 1-1 (5-4 gp) FC Porto
2017/18 1-0 0-1 (4-5 gp) Sporting

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Rui Pedro Braz went to Malaga to resolve the confusion for Ricardo Horta.

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Rui Pedro Braz went to Malaga to resolve the confusion for Ricardo Horta.

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The leader of the eagles failed, so the trip to Łódź.

Rui Pedro Braz, Benfica’s sporting director, was in Málaga to try to resolve the contractual mess surrounding “Operation Ricardo Horta”. For this reason, the leader of the Eagles was not yesterday in Lodz, the Polish city where the Eagles completed the triumph that leaves the group stage of the champions to seed.

Managed by a court administrator, after a serious financial problem, Malaga believe they are entitled to 67 per cent of the Braga striker’s financial rights, so he would be entitled to a heavy makeover in a possible move to Benfica. €5.8m is the amount Malaga believes they are entitled to, which could lead to the player himself filing a complaint with FIFA given the opposite version they have on the same issue.

Braga president António Salvador was unaware of the Benfica leader’s trip, which in turn could be another source of dissatisfaction with the operation, which has been going on for weeks.

The striker even said goodbye to the Braga fans, believing that he was on his way to Lush.

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A BOLA – Liga chooses the best serve of the 2nd round (Football)

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The league chose the José Alvalade Stadium mat as the best field of the 2nd round. The Sporting-Rio Ave stage had the highest score (4.75), followed by Estádio do Vizela (4.50) and Bessa (4.25).

On the other hand, the worst scores were attributed to the Municipal Stadium of Aroca (2.75) and Estadio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa in Leiria (2.88), which served as the stage for Casa Pia-Benfica.

O ranging Overall, which will be updated every round of the league, Estádio Cidade de Barcelos and Estádio do Dragão are in the lead (5.00), while Sporting Stadium is third (4.75).

Classification of fields of the 2nd round:

Sporting – Jose Alvalade Stadium – 4.75
Vizela – Estádio Futebol Clube de Vizela – 4.50
Boavista – Bessa Stadium – 4.25
V. Guimarães – D. Afonso Henriques Stadium – 4.00
Famalican – Famalican Municipal Stadium – 4.00
Pacos de Ferreira – Stadio Capital do Movel – 3.50
Maritimu – Maritimu Stadium – 3.50
Casa Pia – Stadium Dr. Magalhães-Pessoa – 2.88
Aroca – Aroca Municipal Stadium – 2.75

Overall Rating:

Gil Vicente – Stadium City of Barcelos – 5.00
Porto – Estadio do Dragao – 5:00.
Sporting – Jose Alvalade Stadium – 4.75
Vizela – Estádio Futebol Clube de Vizela – 4.50
Portimonense – Portimão Stadium – 4.50
Boavista – Bessa Stadium – 4.25
Benfica – Sport Lisbon and Benfica Stadium – 4.25.
V. Guimarães – D. Afonso Henriques Stadium – 4.00
Famalican – Famalican Municipal Stadium – 4.00
Rio Avenue – Rio Avenue Stadium – 4.00
Estoril – Stadium Antonio Coimbra da Mota – 3.88
SC Braga – Braga Municipal Stadium – 3.88
Pacos de Ferreira – Stadio Capital do Movel – 3.50
Maritimu – Maritimu Stadium – 3.50
Chavez – Stadium Manuel Branco Teixeira – 3.50
Santa Clara – San Miguel Stadium – 3.50
Casa Pia – Stadium Dr. Magalhães-Pessoa – 2.88
Aroca – Aroca Municipal Stadium – 2.75

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Elon Musk joked on Twitter that he was “going to buy Manchester United”.

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Elon Musk has sold $ 1,020 billion worth of Tesla shares in recent days

The businessman again made unpredictable statements on social media, tweeting: “I’m going to buy Manchester United, please.”

But then he reacts to Tesla’s Twitter account’s reaction, saying that he was joking and that he “didn’t intend to buy any sports club”:

Interference in this social network by the richest man in the world usually leaves the business world inactive. The directors of Tesla and the English club owned by the American Glazer family were even contacted by the AFP news agency.

The Guardian newspaper reported Musk’s announcement, but left a note shortly after. whether Musk was serious or not.

Manchester United, which has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange for 10 years, has a capitalization of $2.08 billion and its shares, which closed this Tuesday at $12.78 (+0.08% ), had a devaluation of 2.11% after the close of trading.

Although none of the shareholders has a controlling stake, the club is controlled by the six children of American businessman Malcolm Glaser, who died in 2014 after buying United in 2005.

Glazer’s management was the subject of strong protests from the club’s supporters last April when United’s management attempted to implement a plan to exit the European Super League, which was ultimately abandoned.

The Red Devils, along with five other English, three Spanish and three Italian clubs, wanted to create a European competition capable of rivaling the Champions League, an initiative that provoked strong political and sporting protests, as well as strong reactions from the club’s supporters.

Manchester United suffered another heavy 4-0 defeat at Brentford on Saturday. While Manchester City and Arsenal each have 6 points in the table, United have nil and appear in the competition’s red light after two rounds.

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Musk, who recently sold nearly $7 billion worth of shares in his automotive group Tesla, is in the midst of a legal battle over the failed acquisition of the social networking site Twitter.

*with AFP

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