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eight I league teams, including Sporting, were eliminated

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eight I league teams, including Sporting, were eliminated

Historic Vitória de Setúbal beat Pacos de Ferreira 2-0 with three wins, prompting the departure of northern coach César Peixota after two draws and eight losses in 2022/23.

Scepter-holder and national champion FC Porto, Braga and Casa Pia escaped this Sunday a hecatomb of eight I League clubs in the third round of the Portuguese Cup, which affected Sporting CP, won by Varzim.

After losing to Mafra and Tondela the day before, Maritimo and Santa Clara, both from Ligue II, four of the six games of the day between the emblems of the main level and Ligue 3 (L3) and two of the three between the elite and the Portuguese Championship (CP) defied logic.

In the 2022/23 season, Sporting made their sixth defeat in 14 matches away to Varzim (1: 0), which was transferred from Povoa de Varzim to Barcelos, being allowed third Serie A vice-leader level with the goal of captain Joao Faria in the 70th minute.

Carrascos do Benfica in 2006/07, then in the round of 16, White has now eliminated the lions from the Queens Tournament, 17 winners and semi-finalists in 2021/22, avenging the fourth round loss of the previous rally (2-1), in Alvalade.

Sporting CP have lost four of their last six games, hitting their 11th Copa de Portugal debut and against teams from the lower divisions for the sixth time, most recently in the 2019/20 season away to Alverca, then belonging to the third national level.

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Vilaverdense surprised Portimonense (2-0), while Oliveira do Hospital beat Rio Ave (3-2 after extra time) after 2-2 in regular time, while the historic Vitoria de Setúbal beat Pacos de Ferreira (2-0) with three wins, motivating the departure of northern coach César Peixota after two draws and eight defeats in the 2022/23 season.

Immune to surprises and five days before the classic match against Benfica, in the 10th round of the 1st league, Porto, the owner of 18 trophies, started the defense of the scepter with a goal in Anadia (6:0), where Danny Loader ( six minutes), Gabriel Veron (11), Fabio Cardoso (50) and Bruno Costa (90) made their debuts for the blue and white emblem, while Tony Martinez (31 and 86) scored twice.

Paulo Oliveira’s goal in the 89th minute saved Braga, holders of three trophies and a loss of four matches, in Felgueiras (2:1) in a game in which Daniel Rodríguez, aged 64, fended off Minho’s advance, achieved with an own goal by Enrique Martins at 61 .

Among the clubs of the I league and the championship of Portugal, Boavista with five successes in the Portuguese Cup lost to Machik (1:0), and Desportivo de Chaves faltered with Valadares Gaia (3:2 after extra time) after 2-2 at the end of 90 minutes.

The exception was Casa Pia’s 2-0 victory over San Martinho, also in the fourth tier, which extended the promising start to the season of the newly promoted Geese and one of the 11 “steady” ones in this tier. in the next trial exception.

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Outside the I league spectrum, Leixões (II) won 4-1 against Tirsense (CP), as did São João de Vert 3-1 against Montalegre, both in Liga 3, this afternoon in Dumiens (CP) surprised Real Massama (L3) by 2-1.

Camacha (L3), who won 6-0 at the Courance Stadium, and Peru Pinheiro (CP), the master of success against Sporting de Pombal (4-0), sent off the last representatives of the regional levels the day after the defeat of do Oriental on the territory of the Académico de Viseu.

Three of the 17 games of the day were based at the CP: Beira-Mar, who won the 1998/99 season, and Pevidem, who made their mark on trips to Vianense (2-1) and Bragança (1-0, after extra time). respectively, as Rabo de Peixe at home against Sertanense (2-1).

On Saturday, Benfica, the undefeated Liga I leader and trophy winner with 26 trophies, beat Caldas (L3) 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in regular and extra time, after also the main division of Vitória de Guimarães , Gil Vicente, Estoril Praia, Aroca, Famalicao and Vizela are among the 32 vacancies for the next round.

Matches of the fourth round of the 83rd second most important tournament in Portuguese football will be held from 8 to 10 November, with the draw scheduled for Tuesday.

Teams advanced to the fourth round

– First League (10): Estoril Praia, Aroca, Gil Vicente, Vitoria de Guimarães, Famalicao, Vizela, Benfica, Casa Pia, Sporting de Braga and FC Porto.

– II Liga (8): BSAD, Moreirense, Nacional, Académico de Viseu, Farense, Leixoes, Tondela and Mafra.

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– Ligue 3 (7): Vilaverdense, São João de Ver, Camacha, Varzim, Vitoria de Setubal, Oliveira do Hospital and Sanjuanense.

– Portuguese Championship (7): Beira Mar, Machico, Pero Pinheiro, Dumiense, Valadaris Gaia, Pevidem and Rabo de Peixe.

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BAL – Farewell message by Alvaro Pacheco (Vizela)

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Alvaro Pacheco left Wiesele a farewell message through a post on the social network Instagram. The coach was fired from the technical team of the Viselians, while the club motivated the decision by “a difference of opinion regarding the sports project.”

“I am a football coach. This is the life I chose for myself! I am happy because I do what I like with passion, joy, conviction, great professionalism and dignity! I found a family in Wiesel. The family that I carry in my heart and that I tried to glorify in the best possible way. I am sure that I justified the greatness of the club and its people! Thank you very much for the opportunity you gave me! Many thanks to everyone who helped me on this trip! And what a special trip this was!! I was very happy here!!!”, you can read.

Alvaro Pacheco left the Wisela team after three and a half seasons. The coach has been at the forefront of two successive ascents of Vizela: first from the Portuguese Championship to Ligue 2, in the 2019/2020 season, and the next season to the top tier of Portuguese football. Last season he managed to keep the team in the League. In the current season, in 13 games in the first division of Wiesel under the command of Alvaro Pacheco, he won four, drew three and lost six. In the Portuguese Cup, he “fell” in the 4th round at the feet of Vitoria de Guimarães.

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″They are all a gang of thieves!″

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Atlético Madrid’s defense was incensed at the end of the match that saw Uruguay expelled from the World Cup in Qatar.

José Jiménez, Uruguay’s defender, was one of his team’s most furious referees after the triumph over Ghana, which South Americans lacked to qualify for the next round of the World Cup in Qatar.

Uruguay complained furiously after the final whistle about Cavani’s missed penalty. Jimenez, according to some media reports, even attacked the FIFA director of competitions in the heat of the moment on the field.

Caught on camera, he yelled, “They’re all thieves, bastards!”

Captain Godin, on the other hand, spoke of a theft, Cavani threw the screen on the ground on his way to the dressing rooms…



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BAL – “These are honest tears with a big soul”: Ricardo Nascimenta was already adored in Seoul and talk about the victory over Portugal (South Korea)

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BAL - "These are honest tears with a big soul": Ricardo Nascimenta was already adored in Seoul and talk about the victory over Portugal (South Korea)

Ricardo Nascimento may have ceased to be the most beloved Portuguese in Korea after the feat of Paulo Bento, when he managed to seal the Asian team’s advance to the 1/8 finals at the limit, namely in a victory over Portugal, which also happened in 2002. The midfielder, now 48 and coach of Canedo from Aveiro District, was a hero during his time at Seoul from 2005 to 2007, earning an emotional farewell to the South Koreans who saw him as the deity of the championship. in those years.

When he left, there were tears and a storm at the airport, as well as chants that made him the most experienced player in South Korea. Ricardo Nascimento did not lose this game, he followed it closely and even in the midst of the defeat of the Portuguese managed to warm his heart with the success and joy of many friends that overwhelmed him.

“I was on the phone with a South Korean friend, really delirious. I just laughed… because he was scribbling in Portuguese in euphoria. There was a lot of soul, a lot of desires. So many good people do, it was a supersonic win for the Koreans,” he praised, better analyzing the match.

“Portugal came out very strong with good ball circulation. Definitely Vitinha is a player who adds more. The team was organized for 20 minutes, then the Koreans gradually began to balance the game with very fast transitions and managed to level the score before the break. They managed to organize better for the 2nd half, which was almost equal to the beginning of the game. The difference was in speed, Portugal went better, but with slower circulation, and the Koreans tried to surprise with their accelerations. Thus, they scored the winning goal. I note their good positional play combined with such transitions,” praises Ricardo Nascimento… surrendered to the qualification celebration.

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“But there is a lot of the soul of the people. This is amazing! These were sincere tears that matched the joy that swept the streets.

I was touched to see these holidays,” said the former creative of Boavista and Rio Ave, who has no doubts about the success of Portugal.
“They finished first, that’s the most important thing. They lost the game they could have lost, Portugal’s future in the tournament seems very good to me,” he stressed.

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