The victory of Feirense, with 3-6, whereas, at half-time, the end result was in favor of the reds, with 3-1. André Rodrigues, from Santa Maria da Feira, scored a hat-trick
Playing at home, Benfica B is having an sad afternoon. With a two-goal benefit at halftime, the little pink crew ended up dropping 3-6, towards Feirense.
With 5 targets within the second half, three of them by André Rodrigues, the Santa Maria da Feira crew returned to successful methods after 4 video games within the earlier sequence. The Reds, who had been overwhelmed by Feirense within the desk, added their third successive defeat within the competitors.
Although Feirense was the primary crew to create hazard after two minutes – Jardel Silva’s shot was blocked by goalkeeper Samuel Soares – Benfica B was more practical and reached 1-0, after eight minutes, with Gerson Sousa, who responded with a header for Henrique. Pereira’s cross from the left.
In the nineteenth minute, in a transfer that had two gamers with protagonists, the eagles elevated the lead to 2-0. Henrique Pereira, with one other spectacular assistant, put the ball in Gerson Sousa who led, this time with a “hat”, his crew’s second objective and his targets of the match.
Feirense had been in a position to capitalize on Benfica’s good begin and, within the twenty sixth minute, made it 2-1 with a free-kick that was flawlessly taken by Tiago Dias, who fired a shot that gave goalkeeper Samuel Soares an opportunity.
After two minutes, fogaceiros conceded 3-1 in a silly transfer the place Jardel Silva introduced the ball into his personal objective. After Cher Ndour’s cross into the world, goalkeeper Arthur Augusto punched the ball into the face of teammate Jardel Silva, who noticed the ball change course and into the objective.
In the second half, at 51 minutes, Feirense reached 3-2 by way of André Rodrigues. The carelessness of Benfica’s protection was taken benefit of by the attacker who fired a cross into a decent nook to full the objective for the “blues” in Feira.
In the sixty fourth minute, three after Benfica striker Luís Semedo allowed the objective Arthur Augusto to save a penalty, Feirense restored equality (3-3) by way of André Rodrigues the actions of which the protection of “eagles” was detached .
After a few years of scoring each targets, Feira’s model was as soon as once more very efficient within the positives that had been price altering on the scoreboard. In the seventy fifth minute, 9 minutes into the sport, Jorge Teixeira (substitute) and João Paulo (final) scored the fourth objective for the visitors.
The conversion objective gave Feirense a lift and weakened Benfica B, who at the top of the sport would have conceded two extra targets. In the eighty fifth minute, Jorge Teixeira made it 3-5 and, two minutes later, André Rodrigues, who was the person of the sport, scored a hat-trick that closed Feirense.
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Benfica B – Feirense, 3-6.
At the break: 3-1.
1-0, Gerson Sousa, 08 minutes.
2-0, Gerson Sousa, 19.
2-1, Tiago Dias, 26.
3-1, Jardel Silva, 28 in his objective.
3-2, Andre Rodrigues, 51.
3-3, Andre Rodrigues, 64.
3-4, John Paul, 75.
3-5, Jorge Teixeira, 85.
3-6, Andre Rodrigues, 87.
Benfica B: Samuel Soares, João Tomé (Martim Neto, 80), Ricardo Teixeira, Tiago Coser, Rafael Rodrigues, Jevsenak (João Resende, 80), Paulo Bernardo (Diogo Capitão, 68), Cher Ndour, Gerson Sousa (Diego Moreira, 68), Luís Semedo and Henrique Pereira (Pedro Santos, 68).
(Editors: Pedro Souza, João Resende, Diogo Capitão, Maestro, Martim Neto, Pedro Santos, João Neto and Diego Moreira).
Coach: Luís Castro.
Feirense: Arthur Augusto, Sidney Lima, João Pinto, Cláudio Silva (Lucas Santos, 45), Samuel Teles (Jorge Teixeira, 66), Washington (João Paulo, 45), João Tavares, Tiago Dias (Oche, 45), Fábio Espinho (João Oliveira, 66), Jardel Silva and André Rodrigues.
(Editors: Rogério Santos, Igor Rodrigues, João Paredes, Lucas Santos, João Paulo, João Oliveira, Jorge Teixeira and Oche).
Coach: Rui Ferreira.
Referee: Hugo Silva (AF Santarém).
Penalty: Yellow card for Paulo Bernardo (39), João Tomé (55), João Tavares (58), Samuel Teles (61) and Luís Semedo (81).
Attendance: About 400 spectators.