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BALL – Euro 2022: Follow Portugal-Switzerland (Women’s football) here

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Portugal will make their UEFA Women’s European Football Championship 2022 (Group C) debut this Saturday afternoon from 5pm against Switzerland at the Leigh Sports Village in Wigan.

Follow all the incidents of the meeting of the National Team live here.

17.18 hours – Finally some peace in the game. Portugal begin to close in on the Swiss goal after balancing the game and after the storm of the opening minutes.

17.08 hours – 0:2 in favor of Switzerland, 5 minutes! Bachmann from the free kick, the ball into the box, and Rahel Kivic rushed to the far post to score. Bad start for the team.

17.04 hours – Swiss goal in the 2nd minute: Kumba Sow kicked off the first shot from the middle of the street and Ines Pereira, unsettled, hit hard, despite the extreme accuracy of the shot. Worse entrance was impossible.

17 hours – The meeting began in Wigan. Portugal on the field at Euro 2022.

16.57 hours – You can hear A Portuguesa in Wigan.

16.22 hours – In the four matches already played for Euro 2022 in Group A, England beat Austria 1-0 and Norway defeated Northern Ireland 4-1, while in Group B Spain beat Finland 4-1 and Germany defeated Denmark with score 4:0. Later (at 20:00) in Brentford (London) this Saturday, the other two teams in this group C will meet: the current European champions (2017), the Netherlands, 4th in the world rankings, and Sweden, 2nd . in the FIFA women’s hierarchy. On Sunday, the last four of the 16 teams of this Euro 2012 come into action, in Group B: France-Italy and Belgium-Iceland – 10 matches. Only the first two classified in the groups reach the quarter-finals ‘.

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16.21 hours – Switzerland has on the bench, as well as other options that Niels Nielsen, guardians Livia Peng and Seraina Friedley can use, as well as Julia Stirley, Lara Marty, Rachel Rinast, Riola Dzhemaili, Luana Bühler, Sandrine Moron, Svenja Völmli, Fabien Hamm , Nadine Riesen and Meriam Turchown.

16.20 hours – The substitutes for the national team are defenders Patricia Morais and Rute Costa, as well as Alicia Correia, Silvia Rebelo, Susan Pires, Vanessa Marquez, Fatima Pinto, Lucia Alves, Carolina Mendez, Francisco Nazareth, Andrea Faria and Telma Encarnaçao.

16.15 hours – The match is judged by Czech Yana Adamkova, assisted by compatriot Lucy Rataeva and Slovak Maria Sukenikova. The fourth official is Croatian Ivana Martincic and the UEFA-appointed VAR is German Christian Dingert, assisted (AVAR) by compatriot Harm Osmers.

16.10 hours – In the previous four games with Switzerland, Portugal won only one and drew once more, while Switzerland won two. The national team scored three goals against this opponent and conceded four.

16.06 hours – There are already starting eleven. Francisco Neto chose the following eleven from Portugal, 30th in the world rankings and second in the 4x3x3 European Championship finals: Inés Pereira; Catarina Amado, Diana Gomes, Karol Costa and Joana Marchao; Andrea Norton, Dolores Silva (captain) and Tatiana Pinto; Ana Borges, Diana Silva and Jessica Silva. The 30th FIFA ranked Swiss team led by Niels Nielsen is presented in 4x2x3x1 format: Thalmann; Maritz, Kalligaris, Kivik and Aigbogun; Mandley and Walty; Tsrnogorchevich, Sow and Reiteler; Bachmann.

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No Name Boys join supporters of Hajduk Split in Guimarães

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No Name Boys join supporters of Hajduk Split in Guimarães

Several members of Benfica’s “Nameless Boys” cheerleaders will be involved in the disrespect shown by Hajduk Split fans on Tuesday evening in the historic center of Guimarães. According to what Porto Canal has learned, after a few minutes of chaos, a group of more than 100 people boarded five Portuguese-registered buses in the direction of the city of Porto.

On VKI, where the group was intercepted, new chaos began. Near the Paranhos junction where the buses stopped, dozens of supporters fled on foot as the authorities tried to intercept them.

In a conversation with SIC Notícias, a witness who was in a bar in the center of Guimarães at the time of the “invasion” of Hajduk Split supporters assures that there were Portuguese in the group. According to Marta Mendez, phrases such as “Guimarães is ours” and “let’s go through this burning city” were heard.

The closeness between the Hajduk Split cheerleading team and the Nameless Boys from Benfica is well known. There are embodied supporters in social networks guaranteeing support for Croats.

“We will definitely be there with our brothers” and “everyone is ready for an invasion” are some of the published comments.

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A BOLA – Benfica with an atypical pre-season but no Super Cup excuse (women’s football)

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A BOLA - Benfica with an atypical pre-season but no Super Cup excuse (women's football)

It is on the field number 1 of the Benfica campus in Seixal that the official women’s national football season will begin this Wednesday at 17:30, when Benfica hosts Braga for the Super Cup.

This season, the top four players from the last BPI league will compete for the trophy, facing each other in a semi-final system, followed by the final scheduled for the 26th at 20:30 in Leiria.

Philippa Patao announced the match at the José Martins Vieira Stadium in Almada. “We can count on a prepared team or trying to do our best given the somewhat atypical pre-season we’ve had. Since we are at Benfica, there are no excuses, we have done everything possible to ensure that the entire squad is at the same level, in the same form. They did a great job, they were flawless,” praised the coach.

“We will fight and I am sure they will give a great answer in the first official competition. The main challenge for our players is to understand that they will have to adapt a lot more to the game, it depends a lot on their understanding of the game itself and the involvement that is going on. We will also do our job to convey as much information as possible. In the end, this is a good test of the adaptability they can have in the game,” he stressed.

Philippa Patao considers this semi-final to be “a good challenge and also a moment of growth”. “For our part, we should focus more on who we are, on our principles and dynamics, and then try to adapt that in the game. We are very focused on getting trophies, although we know that even in terms of timing it is not ideal, given that we have Champions League qualification ahead of us, but it is a great goal.

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“We want to win everything, so we have to do everything to win. We usually tell these players that if they want to win and be happy for Benfica, they will have to fight for Benfica on the pitch as well. That’s where we need our biggest strength, the fans who are sure to give us another push when needed. I know that game time is not attractive, but I am sure that these girls deserve it,” she assured with conviction.

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A BOLA – Esgayo support wave (Sporting)

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Ricardo Esgayo has become the main target of criticism from Sporting fans, who even before the end of the game with Braga (3: 3) invaded the right-back’s social networks.

Criticism aside, it was the insults, posted even on personal photos, that prompted the defender to deactivate his Instagram account and later Facebook, the social network that yesterday hosted Núcleo do Sporting da Nazaré, Ricardo’s birthplace. Esgayo joined the wave of support for the athlete.

“We are with you! We know that in good times and bad, no one wants everything to go well, more than you. like Mr. [Rúben] Amorim, we believe in you. We support all our athletes at all times, in wins, losses and draws. The strength of Ricardo Esgayo, keep working and believing! Sporting fans from Nazaré and Núcleo Sporting Clube de Portugal da Nazaré are with you,” wrote Núcleo.

In addition to Núcleo, Ugarte also responded to criticism of Esgayo on the social network Twitter. “How easy it is to criticize without showing your face. How easy it is to hide behind an anonymous account. At least have the courage to use your account,” the Uruguayan midfielder wrote, and even Thiago Thomas, who is now at Stuttgart, reacted to the episode: “2022 and they still think it is.”

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