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

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

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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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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BALL – Ruben Amorim talks about the delay and accuses Marseille of being “immodest” (Sporting)

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Ruben Amorim’s statements after the 1-4 defeat in Marseille.

Delayed arrival at the stadium: “As for the delay, it was due to traffic jams. A meeting is held between members of the two clubs and UEFA where they explain how many minutes it takes to leave the hotel and reach the stadium. This is a learned thing. We were late because we were completely stuck in traffic. It’s not our fault, we sent the team in 45 minutes, warmed up, connected the feet, did a massage and mental activation, I don’t want anyone from Sporting to complain about this. But the tone of the people of Marseille, as if it were our fault… They lacked a bit of humility, and I hope it doesn’t happen to them. And when they talk to us as if we are to blame, it is confusing …. And people at UEFA have to be so sensitive, because we always talk about business, about how the Super League was just business, and at the moment it’s all the same. What we did was protect the players, connect the legs, massage, warm up. We were the ones who got hurt because we didn’t have time. I know it annoys Marseille because they don’t know when to come out for a warm-up, but it’s not our fault and we’re sorry for our delay. We want to follow all the rules. It’s not our fault, we did everything according to the rules.”

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