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BOLA – Sporting beat Porto in the second extra half to win the Portuguese Cup (handball).

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BOLA - Sporting beat Porto in the second extra half to win the Portuguese Cup (handball).

Sporting CP won the Portuguese Handball Cup this Sunday by beating Porto 36:35 after extra time at the Matosinhos Congress Centre.

The Lions started the game better, winning by two goals, but the White-Blues reacted and even managed to confidently take the lead (15-10), reaching the break to win with a score of 15-13.

Only by the end of the second half, the “Lions” managed to level the score (24-24) and even take the lead of the meeting, but the “Dragons” reached equality (26-26), forcing extra time. Here, Porto regained the lead, but in the last seconds, Schongart tied (30:30), forcing another extra time.

In a game that featured Francisco Costa (13 goals), the lion’s team took the win at the start of the second extra time and managed to prevent a draw for the Dragons, who thus could not Scar. The party was green and white.

Remember the main incidents of the game:

20:34 – 35-36: End of the match

20:34 – 35-36: sand reduces

20:32 – 34-35: Dragons reduce disadvantage again

20:25 – 32-34: Sporting score, two goals ahead to close the first half of extra time

20:25 – 32-33: The sand turns white and blue in a 7-meter free kick

20:22 – 31-32: Reduce FC Porto

20:20 – 30-31: José Folquez puts the green-and-whites ahead

20:19 – 30-30: Second overtime starts

20:15 – 30-30: Sports draw for Schongart. There will be another extension

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20:09 – 29-28: The lions are reducing the odds

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20:07 – 28-27: Second half of extra time begins

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20:04 – 28-27: End of the first half of extra time.

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19:57 – 27-26: Porto take the lead with a 7-meter free kick by Pedro Cruz (61 minutes).

19:56 – 26-26: Start of extra time

19:48 – 26-26: Iturrisa still put the ball into the goal, but not on time (30 min). There will be an extension.

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19:44 – 26-26: Toward the end, Porto wins in a draw thanks to Branquinho (59 minutes). Time-out

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19:41 – 24-25: The Lions go ahead with another goal from Francisco Costa (57 min.)

19:40 – 24-24: Sports draw for Francisco Costa (56 minutes)

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19:32 – 24-21: Iturriza Signs for Dragons (52 min.)

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19:28 – 22-20: After a long run of 21-20, Porto are again two goals ahead of Sporting after Rui Silva’s goal (50 minutes).

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19:12 – 19-18: Nathan Suarez cut Sporting’s gap to one goal (39 minutes)

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19:02 – 15-14: Reduces Sporting to open the second half, Francisco Costa (31 min.)

19:00: Start of the second part

18:47 – 15-13: Break. Sporting score thanks to Francisco Costa (29 minutes), closing the gap until the end of the first half.

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18:43 – 15-10: Salina leaves Porto five goals clear of the Lions (27 min)

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18:34 – 12-8: Diogo Branquinho goes to the dragons (20 minutes)

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18:19 – 7-4: Blue and White were losing, but already have a three-goal lead (12 minutes). Time-out

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18:16 – 2-2: Daimaro Salina painting (8 minutes)

18:12 – 1-2: Dragons first goal, Pedro Cruz cuts from 7-meter free kick (6 minutes)

18:09 – 0-2: The Lions Are Coming by Jonas Tydemand (5 minutes)

18:08 – 0-1: Sporting take the lead thanks to Jens Schongart’s goal (3 minutes).

18:04 – First opportunity for the Dragons, but Areia fails to score from a 7-yard free kick

18:00 – Start of the meeting

Porto FC: Nicola Mitrevski, Sebastian Frandsen, Diogo Oliveira, Rui Silva, Leonel Fernandes, Diogo Branquinho, Areya, Miguel Alves, Victor Iturrisa, Daimaro Salina, Jesús Hurtado, Pedro Valdes, Pedro Cruz, Djibril M’Bengue, Fabio Magalhaes

Sporting: Matevz Skok, Manuel Gaspar, Yassin Belcaid, Nathan Suarez, Carlos Ruesga, Hanser Rodriguez, Mamadou Gassama, Francisco Tavares, José Folquez, Antonio Machado, Jonas Tidemand, Edmilson Araujo, Francisco Costa, El Salvador, Jens Schongart, Martim Costa

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Gallardo: Enzo Fernandez’s future is ‘uncertain’ – Benfica

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Gallardo: Enzo Fernandez's future is 'uncertain' - Benfica



With the Libertadores millionaires eliminated, the midfielder has doors open for a Benfica buff, but the River manager adds ambiguity to the speech

Following River Plate’s elimination from the Copa Libertadores at the feet of Vélez Sarsfield, midfielder Enzo Fernández left his doors open to leave Buenos Aires for Lisbon to strengthen Benfica ahead of the start of the new season. However, in statements at a post-match press conference on Thursday, Marcelo Gallardo, River Plate manager, said the midfielder’s future is not fully decided, unlike his teammate, who made his last appearance for the Millionaires. “[Palavras para Julian Álvarez e Enzo Fernández, que cumpriu hoje, muito provavelmente, o último jogo pelo River antes de se mudar para o Benfica?] Well, the case of Enzo Fernandez is not clear, not clear. I will say yes to Julián because it was his last game for him. I will tell you the same thing that I told him in person and then in the presence of his companions. For me, it is a source of great pride that I had the opportunity to coach him, to share in these years of growth that he had, and his football evolution. Today he moves to one of the biggest teams in the world. This makes me very happy and is a source of pride for me as I have seen him grow up and work hard. He has shown not only to me but to all Argentine football that he deserves the opportunity he has and I have no doubt that he will become an elite player, in fact he already is. He is a great boy, a great professional and I wish him and his family all the best,” said the millionaires coach, not to mention the situation with the midfielder, who has an agreement to move to Lush.

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BALL – “We know that we are a target to shoot down” (FC Porto)

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Pepe returned to work this Wednesday after a holiday. The captain assured that he was very motivated for another season in the service of the national champion.

“The expectation is always the same: to give our club the best and try to improve on what we did last year. This is our mission because we want to be healthy, bring joy to our fans and enjoy what we love to do. This is a year that will require a lot from everyone, and we are confident that we will manage. We will work for this and be able to respect our shirt,” the defender said, referring to the club’s website.

On the challenges they will face: “We are aware and confident that we have to be beaten for being champions last year, so we have to work very well. As I said, we need to improve on what we did last year. We have the Champions League, a competition where we want to celebrate our club and Portugal. We must work hard and with great enthusiasm to live until the end of the year happy.”

Pepe is still ready for next season, even at the age of 39: “First of all, it is the result of the luck I had to be at a great club like Porto where people work spectacularly. The coach demands a lot from us, he always makes sure that we can be at our best level in training. Even when we are not in Olivala, he requires us to try to be at our best, staying focused even when we are at home. That is why this demand from him (Sergio Conceição) helps me a lot to be at this level and to be at Porto, which gives me all the conditions to do my job.”

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BALL – Extension of Ibrahimovic (Milan)

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AC Milan, Italian champions and Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 40, will sign a new contract by the 15th, in principle only for one season, but the length of which is yet to be known.

News of an extension for another year Ibracadabra the team, which is played by Rafael Leão (elected Serie A Player of the Year in 2021/22), was promoted on Tuesday evening by the Milanese sports newspaper after breaking ties with the Rossoneri. Gazetta dello Sportwhich even announces that the new bond will be placed on paper “next week”.

Suspicions are growing that despite serious health issues and pain that have kept Ibrahimovic from having as many options as he would have liked for the team in 2021/22, the Swedish striker, who already represented the club in 2010/11, is then on loan (14 goals in 29 games) and 2011/12 (28 goals in 32 games) and now he has done it for the second time in his career since 2020 (33 goals in 60 games) he will stay in Milan, this, according to the Italian the sports newspaper highlighted the fact that the player had already posed in the new jersey that the team would wear in the 2022/23 season. The campaign for the sale of new equipment has already helped, a clear indicator …

With 62 goals in 121 caps for Sweden. Ibra arrived at AC Milan in 2020 from LA Galaxy and is therefore preparing to end his third season at the club.

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