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Benfica Girona FC Direct Preseason



Benfica Girona FC Direct Preseason
private game
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Benfica 3
Girona FC one
Vertonghen (57′)
Bach (60′)
Yaremchuk (67′)
Stuani (52′)

Benfica will play another 2022/23 pre-season friendly, this time against Girona, at the Stadio Municipality in Yverdon-les-Bains (Switzerland) at 16:30. Follow the meeting live and last minute here.


67′ 3-1 GOLO DO BENFICA! Yaremchuk.

66′ Penalty by Benfica for the overthrow of Valleri over Chiquinho.

65′ Left corner in favor of Benfica.

60′ 2:1 BENFICA GOAL! Bach. Nice collective move by the Eagles, Moreira Jr. returns the ball at the entrance to the penalty area, the ball stays in Ba, who kicks with his left foot, shooting for a turn.

57′ 1-1 GOAL FROM BENFICA! Vertonghen. The right corner was pointed out by Chiquinho, António Silva insists, the ball goes to the Belgian defender, who equalizes first.

52′ 0-1. Golu do Girona. Incomplete shot by Meite, the ball remains with Stuani, who scores.

49′ Bach crosses from the right, and Moreira Jr. fights back in a small area.

46′ Chiquinho struck on the edge of the site. The ball passes next to the Spanish gate.

46′ Part 2 has already been played.

46′ Substitutions for Benfica: leave Helton, Gilberto, Otamendi, Morato, Grimaldo, Florentino, Enzo, Joao Mario, Neres, Rafa and Goncalo Ramos; Enter Odysseas, Bach, António Silva, Vertonghen, Gil Diaz, Weigl, Meite, Chiquinho, Moreira Jr., Enrique Araujo and Yaremchuk.

Interval 45’+2′. Benfica-Girona, 0-0.

45+1′ Benfica transitional exit with Enzo through the center aisle launching Gonzalo Ramos. This one, isolated, cannot fire a shot.

45′ Two more minutes will be played.

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41′ Right corner for Benfica. Neres takes a shortcut…

37′ A yellow card is shown to Sam Saiz for a foul on Rafa.

37′ Turn right towards Girona. Cut Benfica.

36′ Samu Saiz’s shot was reflected in the red defense.

32′ Neres leans in and shoots Juan Carlos to save him.

31′ Arnau’s cross from the right and Stawney’s header from the side.

29′ Let’s get back to business in Yverdon-les-Bains.

27′ Pause to hydrate.

26′ Dangerous move by Girona, but Samu Size is offside.

25′ Enzo takes a free kick, but the ball is higher.

24′ Free directly to incarnations.

22′ Canopy on the left flank of Alexei Garcia with the capture of Helton.

21′ Turn right towards Girona. Cut out the defenses of Benfica.

19′ The right corner to Girona and Stuani is in danger.

17′ Corner to the left for eagles.

17′ Benfica’s persistence, a cross by Grimaldo and Neres in a good position makes the Girona defender leave.

13′ Samu Saiz’s cross, low, hit the target and Helton holds.

eleven’ Girona tries to cross Samu Saiza, but Florentino cuts the offer.

ten’ Right corner for Benfica. Cuts Girona’s defenses.

eight’ Offside Goncalo Ramos.

6′ Gilberto makes a cross, Neres gets in the penalty area, takes the opponent out of the front line and punches with his right foot inches from the bar.

5′ Benfica attack from the left, Grimaldo crosses, but Juan Carlos comes out and grabs him.

2′ Right corner for Benfica.

2′ Great opportunity for Benfica! Otamendi’s deep throw, Joao Mario dominates, assists Gonzalo Ramos and finishes off Juan Carlos.

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one’ Beginning of the game.


Municipal Stadium Yverdon-les-Bains (Switzerland)
Eleven Benfica
Helton, Gilberto, Otamendi, Morato, Grimaldo, Florentino, Enzo, Joao Mario, Neres, Rafa and Goncalo Ramos
Odysseas, Samuel, Vertonghen, Bach, António Silva, Weigl, Gil Diaz, Diogo Gonçalves, Meite, Chiquinho, Paulo Bernardo, Moreira Jr., Yaremchuk, Rodrigo Piño, Musa and Enrique Araujo
Onze do Girona FC
Juan Carlos, Arnau, Monhonell, Samu Sais, Valleri, Alex Garcia, Juanpe, Terrats, Bueno, Ureña and Stuani
Adrián Ortola, Oriol Comas, Domenchech, Alex Sala, Pau Victor, Artero, Bill Ferres, Alex Almansa, Marc Aznar and Joel Roca
during break 0-0
Referee team
Referee: Tobias Tees; Assistant 1: Stephan de Almeida; Assistant 2: Thomas Silmann

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