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BALL – Sporting – Benfica: Follow title decision (Futsal)

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BALL - Sporting - Benfica: Follow title decision (Futsal)

Sporting CP and Benfica will face each other this Saturday (21:00) in the first leg of the futsal championship final. This will be the sixth derby of the season to be won by the Lions (three of which have been titles for Nuno Diaz’s side) and one by the Eagles.

Regular stage leader Sporting (who are in contention for a second title in a row) left Azemeish and Fundau en route to the final. Benfica (want to bring back the trophy that has been eluding since 2019) overtook Leoens de Porto Salvo and Electrico to make the decision.

Follow the main incidents of the match here:

49′: Chishkala (Benfica) sends an overhead shot.

49′: Yellow card sent to Andre Souza (Benfica). This prevented Eric Mendonce (Sporting) from applying.

47′: Benfica enters the field 5×4, and Chishkala plays the attacking goalkeeper.

47′: Tayebi (Benfica) complains that he was brought down by a Sporting player. Tense moments in the Joao Rocha pavilion, but everything seems to have been resolved.

47′: Golo do Sporting! Pani Varela took advantage of the rebound and hit the net hard.

47′: Amarelo replaces Esteban Guerrero (Sporting).

46′: Another stop for Guitta (Sporting) with a strike from Artur (Benfica).

46′: Excellent defense by Gitta (Sporting) against Afonso Jesus (Benfica).

23:17: Second half of extra time begins.

23.17: End of the first half of extra time. The draw continues (4-4).

45′: Benfica managed to withstand the onslaught of Sporting one less unit and again have five players.

44′: Cardinal (Sporting) shot to save Andre Souza (Benfica).

43′: Great save by Andre Sousa (Benfica) after a shot by Cardinal (Sporting)

43′: In the pavilion Joao Rocha shouted a goal. Pauleta (Sporting) crossed from the right, and Cardinal appeared on the second coast, heading but missing.

43′: Jacare (Benfica) receives a second yellow card and is sent off. The decision was made after the proposal of Eric Mendons (Sporting).

42′: Ziki Te (Sporting) did a great job getting the opponent out of the way, but Pauleta (Sporting) missed the target.

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42′: Artur (Benfica) hits the post.

03/22: Overtime begins!

22:55: End of regular time with a draw (4-4). Let’s move on to expansion.

40′: Great save by Gitta (Sporting) after a shot by Artur (Benfica).

40′: High kick by Taiebi (Benfica) with the ball out.

39′: Golo do Sporting! In a rehearsed 5×4 game, Cavinato appears in the center of the court after the pass of Joao Matos and shoots into the net.

39′: Corner left, Cardinal (“Sporting”) shot wide.

38′: Chishkala (Benfica) played as Artur (Benfica), who released a bomb that only stopped at the crossbar.

38′: Fifth foul for Sporting. Eric Mendonsa (Sporting) pulled out Rosa (Benfica) and received a yellow card.

37′: Too much danger for Sporting. Joao Matos fired a shot into the box, but Cavinato was unable to avoid a header.

37′: At a disadvantage, Sporting go to 5×4 with Merlin playing a makeshift guard.

36′: Good save by Gitta (Sporting) after a shot by Taiebi (Benfica), who was isolated.

36′: Pani Varela (Benfica) goes out of bounds on the right.

36′: Thomas Paso (Sporting) gets a yellow card.

34′: Cavinato’s (Sporting) first shot goes wide.

34′: Yellow card shown to Tayebi (Benfica).

34′: Merlim (Sporting) shot, Jacare (Benfica) cut the ball.

33′: A large court from Gitta (Sporting) to Jacare (Benfica) that seemed isolated.

33′: A great shot from Bruno Sintra (Benfica) to Esteban Guerrero (Sporting) who was about to score.

32′: Yellow card to Merlin (Sporting). He touched Bruno Sintra’s face.

32′: Chishkala (Benfica) shot, but Bruno Sintra missed the far post.

32′: The failure of Pani Varela (Sporting), who in the penalty area hits the crossbar of the Benfica goal.

31′: Guitta (“Sporting”) shot from above.

28′: Benfica score! Rómulo scores quickly and Taiebi lands the first shot. The Eagles have the advantage again (4-3).

28′: Romulo (Benfica) struck from a free kick, but Ziki Te (Sporting) rebounded, deceived Gita (Sporting), but missed.

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27′: Golo do Sporting! A corner from Pani Varela (Sporting) from the left, while João Matos (Sporting) took the first shot and hit the back of the goal.

27′: Pani Varela (Sporting) made a great save for Andre Souza (Benfica).

23′: Golo to Sporting! Eric Mendonsa appeared at the far post after a corner from the right and, taking advantage of the rebound, scored.

22′: Esteban Guerrero (Sporting) saves Andre Souza (Benfica).

21′: Cavinato’s (Sporting) shot goes wide.

22:02: The game begins!

21:51: Break! Benfica beat Sporting CP 3-1 at Pavilão Joao Rocha.

twenty’: Another good save by Andre Sousa (Benfica), this time with a shot from Merlim (Sporting).

twenty’: Great moment from two goalkeepers! In the first counter-attack, Guitta (Sporting) scored Romulo (Benfica) and then André Souza (Benfica) made another great save thanks to a strike from Tomas Paco (Sporting).

twenty’: 59 seconds before the break, Benfica allowed up to the fifth foul. Romulo (Benfica) defeated Ziki Te (Sporting).

19′: Good job Pauleta (“Sporting”), but the ball missed.

eighteen’: After the move, Jacare (Benfica) and Cardinal (Sporting) fell to the ground, clinging to each other, and eventually saw a yellow card.

eighteen’: Another great save by Andre Souza (Benfica), Merlin’s shot.

17′: Jacare (Benfica) is close to the goal again, the ball goes wide of the deserted side of the goal.

17′: Benfica score! Chiscala (Benfica) steals the ball from Eric Mendonza (Sporting) and hands it to Jacara (Benfica), who Gitta (Sporting) believes did not squander it.

fourteen’: Cavinato (Sporting) struck and saved Andre Souza (Benfica).

fourteen’: Dangerous shot by Arthur (Benfica), which hits the opponent and gives away Gitta (Sporting). The ball is out.

eleven’: Another good save by Andre Sousa (Benfica) after a shot by Tomas Paso (Sporting).

eleven’: Gonzalo Alves, director of Benfica, turned yellow from the protests on the bench of the eagles.

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ten’: Ziki Te (Sporting) finds Thomas Paso (Sporting), who deftly knocks down Andre Souza (Benfica) and hits the post.

ten’: Merlin (“Sporting”) struck from above.

9′: Benfica score! Chishkala took advantage of an unsuccessful pass to Gitta and scored the second goal of Benfica with an open goal.

8′: Yellow card for Cavinato (Sporting) after a foul on Taiebi.

7′: An incomprehensible moment in the match. Andre Sousa (Benfica) misses, Eric Mendonza (Sporting) goes towards the net, but he is fouled Afonso Jesus (Benfica), who saw the yellow.

6′: Eric Mendonza (Sporting) goes too close to the post from a free kick.

6′: Another great save by André Souza (Benfica), this time from Eric Mendonza (Sporting) after an away goal.

5′: Cardinal (“Sporting”) shot from a corner, another good save was made by Andre Souza (“Benfica”).

5′: Strong kick by Pauleta (Sporting) after stealing the ball. Defense of André Souza (Benfica).

four’: After another corner, Eric Mendonsa (Sporting) reappears in the front zone, but again misses the goal.

four’: Eric Mendonsa (Sporting) shot from above.

3′: Golo do Sporting! Pani Varela (left) found Esteban Guerrero in the zone he scored.

2′: Benfica score! Chishkala recovered, Rocha appeared in the center and shot into the net. The Brazilian center scored a goal for the team he had already represented.

1′: Guitta (Sporting) sends an overhead shot.

one’: Benfica’s first strike. Afonso Jesus completes by.

21:00: The game begins!

20.55 hours: These are the starting fives.

Sporting: Gitta, Joao Matos, Eric, Merlin and Cavinato.

Benfica: André Souza, Nilsson, Afonso Jesus, Chishkala, Romulo

20.45 hours: The teams are already warming up in the Joao Rocha pavilion.

At Sporting, look out for the return of the injured Zika Te (not played since the Champions League final) to Nuno Dias, and at Benfica, Robinho was left off the Pulpis list.

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Vitor Costa was sent off against Casa Pia for ‘use of violent gambling and other serious conduct’ – Arbitration

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Vitor Costa was sent off against Casa Pia for 'use of violent gambling and other serious conduct' - Arbitration

The Disciplinary Board (CD) of the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) announced yesterday the explanations given by referee Vítor Ferreira regarding the exclusion of Vítor Costa with a straight red in the 68th minute in Maritimo Casa Pia, at the end of the 8th round. League Bwin. According to the referee’s report, the move was part of “violent gambling and other serious behavior”. “After the ball became unplayable, the player with excessive force with the boots of his boot hit the opponent in the face, opening a wound in the upper region of the eye,” one can still read. The Marine player was suspended for one game. Remember that after this move, Casa Pia was awarded a penalty and Leonardo Lelo successfully converted the ball, making the final score 2:1 in favor of Lisbon.

Read the CD explanation in full:

“The accused was notified of the official reports of the game on the 4th (…) on the same day he presented the accusations, accompanied by a video, mentioning that it is relevant to the present analysis that (…), Vitor Costa did not work out the facts, because he was punished by limiting himself to jumping at the same time as the player João Núñez to headbutt, which he actually managed to do (…). headbutt, Casa Pia player no. 3, who also jumped to play for the ball, lost his balance and fell to the lawn, causing Vitor Costa to fall (…) As a result of this action of Casa Pia player Joao Nunez, both players fell to the lawn , without any fault on the part of Vitor Costa. This move was poorly received and evaluated by the refereeing team, which, of course, did not perceive and did not appreciate the move as a whole.. Otherwise, you would not have thought that there was violent behavior, he didn’t even punish Vitor Costa with a direct red card. If that were the case, Vitor Costa would not have been expelled. The facts described here are clearly the result of television images taken together, so they must be taken into account when making the final decision, imposing a modification of the actual decision that served as the basis for the red card, as well as the acquittal of the accused. since no disciplinary offenses were committed”, the punishment card also states, with reference to the FPF CD, that “having analyzed the defense presented, it considers that there is no indication of any prejudice to the enhanced evidentiary reliability enjoyed by these officials’ reports, thereby confirming the facts stated in the reports.

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BALL – Porto and Sporting victories (roller hockey)

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FC Porto and Sporting CP struggled to overcome their respective fourth-round visitors Placard, Oliveirense and HC Braga, losing 5-4 and 5-1 respectively.

The national champion signed a quick comeback for the fans present at the Dragão Arena, with four goals in nine minutes and a hat-trick by Carlo di Benedetto, who set the score with seven seconds left (44, 48 and 50 m).

Despite winning the match between title contenders via Telmo Pinto (16m), Porto could not avoid an immediate response from Oliveirense Thomas Pereira (16m and 40m) and Lucas Martínez (17m), who scored twice in the second part. . The Argentine striker’s second goal, converted from a direct free kick (36m), resulted in a blue card for Roque Pujadas, who was actively opposed by FC Porto, but criticism of the refereeing by Ruy Torres and Fernando Vasconcelos spread to Oliveirense.

Gonçalo Alves’ penalty goal (41m) was the game’s turning point as Porto gained momentum.

At the same time, in Pavilhão João Rocha, Sporting could not finish due to the organization of the defense of HC Braga and the play of goalkeeper Nelson Filipe. In addition, Pedro Mendez took advantage of not scoring a goal to give Minho the lead (34m).

The equalizing goal belonged to João Almeida, whose move to Sporting caused controversy with HC Braga he represented, followed by Gonzalo Romero (44m), Ferran Font (45m and 50m) and João Souto (49m).

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BALL – Lost from St. Gilloise on Saturday and leaves a warning to SC Braga (Europa League)

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Club Brugge’s win at the Estadio do Dragao left the football world open-mouthed and still echoes in Belgium, but Saint-Gilloise’s visit to Braga won’t have such a devastating impact, João Gamboa is convinced.

“I think Dragao’s 0-4 won’t happen again, but Saint-Gilloise are a great team and Braga might have difficulty imposing their game,” warns the midfielder, who switched from Estoril to “Leven”. .

Gamboa is well aware of the value of the warriors of the European enemy. Not so much because of the natural knowledge of Belgian football, which he acquired in three months, but because of fresh memories: Leuven met Saint-Gilloise on Saturday and lost at home 0-3.

“Saint-Gilloise is not at the level of Brugge, but they are a team with a very good organization and quite dangerous in counterattacks,” signals the midfielder, who highly appreciates the opposing Warriors’ team. an “intellectual” form of how he plans his game, as well as an indication of some personality that can make a difference.

“Center Burgess is very strong and he makes a difference in set pieces; and Boniface [avançado] It has great quality. In the game with Leuven, he almost did not score a goal from the center of the field, ”he is recovering.

Despite Saint-Gilloise’s ability to make a name for themselves, Gamboa believes the Warriors have a reason to win tomorrow’s game: “Braga is stronger and has European experience that could be decisive against the Belgians.”

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