With the I Liga suspending and charging heavy August batteries, especially those in the European competition, Benfica and FC Porto have not weakened against their opponents.
Benfica and FC Porto won the fourth round of Braga (4-0) and Vitória de Guimarães (3-0) in the I Liga on Sunday, but the leader with the lead is a newcomer. advertised Famalicão. Therefore, the surprise now that the championship ends with the national team commitments.
When I League stopped and charged the demanding heavy batteries of August, especially for those in the European competition, Benfica and FC Porto did not weaken against their opponents and held out the podium.
When Edmond Tapsoba was centered after 45 seconds, Vitória de Guimarães lost to FC Porto, who continued his recovery, which began with Vitória de Setúbal (4-0) in Dragão and their highlight was a victory over Benfica. (2-0) in the light.
The Dragons scored well at 14 and 93 minutes from goalkeeper Moussa Marega and 88 from Spain's Ivan Marcano. To make Victory difficult, Davidson from Brazil was sent off after 80 minutes and left the team. reduced to nine.
At the Dragão Stadium summit between the two Portuguese teams in the Europa League, FC Porto did not lose the opportunity to add three points and rise to the I League standings with nine unbeaten leader Famalicão, adding 10.
Vitória de Guimarães, who has delayed a match with Rio Avenue in Vila do Condo, due to structural problems on the bench, remains in 16th place with two points, one more than a lantern. red Paços de Ferreira. After a 1-0 defeat at Saturday's Marítimo reception, they announced the dismissal of their coach Filipe Rocha following the first psychological attack of the new season.
Benfica, also in a Portuguese team match at UEFA, found Sporting de Braga at home 4-0, with midfielder Pizzi (25) scoring two goals, 47 minutes and Bruno scoring two goals. Viana 51 and Ricardo Esgaio 73.
The double pizza allowed the red midfielder to lead the top five scorers, while Bruno Viana and Ricardo Esgaio were their first two goals in this competition focus.
The victory gave Benfica second place with nine points, as did FC Porto, third with one goal over the Dragons and one by Captain Famalicão, while Braga's team was only 13th with four points.
Braga continues their momentum in the I-League when they lost to Alvalade, 2-1 against Sporting and pulled 1-1 in the final round after beating Moreirense in the opening round (3-1). At Gil Vicente.
Tondela, who lost two penalties and played for more than an hour, crossed the line, and Santa Clara pulled 0-0 and were behind each other to score the top half of the scoreboard.
Santa Clara goalkeeper Marco Pereira was featured in the match defending the maximum penalty for Brazilian Richard and Denilson in the 24th and 78th minutes, holding zero in the match when Moroccan Tondela Moufi was expelled at 25 ° C.
With this attraction, Tondela and Santa Clara remain at five points, eighth and ninth, respectively.