Tormena’s goal in the final sport gave SC Braga a 1-0 victory right this moment towards Vitória SC, in the match of the fifth spherical of the I Soccer League.
In the ninetieth + eighth minute, Ricardo Horta, who had already missed a penalty in the 58th minute, took a free-kick and Tormena got here unannounced, scoring, with his head, the solely goal of the match.
SC Braga is in second place, including a fourth victory in a row, however right this moment it confirmed some holes in the backside of some video games, additionally on account of Vitória de Guimarães who knew methods to deal with the massive items of Braga.
With a private show in the first half and displaying a spirit of dedication in the second half, when SC Braga strengthened their energy, Vitória SC may have left the Minho derby with a draw, however for the good protection they confirmed in lots of video games. was lastly given.
The coach of Sporting de Braga repeated the ‘eleven’ for the fourth time in a row whereas the coach of Vitória de Guimarães made 4 modifications, giving the title to Jorge Fernandes, Ryoya Ogawa, André André and Nélson da Luz.
The Victorians confirmed themselves with three gamers at the again and didn’t permit a lot consideration to the folks of Braga in the first half, after they solely created hazard after three minutes, in a direct shot of Iuri Medeiros, nearly on prime of. the penalty line, which went out a little to the facet.
SC Braga’s higher entry lasted longer and Vitória de Guimarães was forcing the sport between the ribs, overcoming the difficulties the gamers had proven in earlier matches.
After a good play in the sixth minute, Anderson created the first alternative for the Guimarães staff, however Matheus countered with a nice protection, the Brazilian striker with a robust shot already inside the space (11).
The finest probability of the first half belonged to the Victorians, with Nélson da Luz taking pictures Matheus huge (33).
Just earlier than (32), Moreno despatched off “yellow” Afonso Freitas (for Zé Carlos) after a foul that will have resulted in his second yellow card and dismissal.
The identical cause (yellow card) would have ordered Jorge Fernandes to switch Tounkara at half-time.
In the 58th minute, Ricardo Horta wasted the penalty, which punished André Amaro’s foul on Fabiano in the space, taking pictures excessive.
Artur Jorge quickly launched Castro and Álvaro Djaló to switch Al Musrati (who left in dissatisfaction) and Iuri Medeiros.
Vitória de Guimarães, whose coach, Moreno, was despatched off in the 62nd minute, fell bodily and creatively and Sporting de Braga “received up” to do properly.
Dani Silva and Safira (73) and Matheus Índio (77), in Vitória, and Abel Ruiz (76) and Diego Lainez (87), in Braga, had been the final bets of the two groups.
As the sport regarded headed for a tie, pointless errors by the Victorians allowed SC Braga to have a last-ditch upset – Tormena appeared on his personal and ‘Pedreira’ burst by way of.
The match was held at the Braga Municipal Stadium.
SC Braga – Vitória SC, 1-0.
At the break: 0-0.
1-0, Tormena, 90+8 minutes.
– SC Braga: Matheus, Fabiano, Tormena, Niakaté, Sequeira, Al Musrati (Castro, 60), André Horta (Abel Ruiz, 76), Iuri Medeiros (Álvaro Djaló, 60), Ricardo Horta, Vitinha (Diego Lainez, 87) and Family.
(Alternates: Tiago Sá, Dinis Pinto, Paulo Oliveira, Castro, Gorby, Álvaro Djaló, Rodrigo Gomes, Diego Lainez and Abel Ruiz).
Teacher: Arthur Jorge.
– Vitória SC: Bruno Varela, Jorge Fernandes (Tounkara, 46), Ibrahima Bamba, André Amaro, Afonso Freitas (Zé Carlos, 32), André André (Dani Silva, 73), Tiago Silva (Matheus Índio, 77), Ryoya Ogawa , Rúben Lameiras, Nélson da Luz and Anderson (Safira, 73).
(Alternates: Celton Biai, Hélder Sá, Tounkara, Johnston, Matheus Índio, Zé Carlos, Dani Silva, Jota and Safira).
Referee: Nuno Almeida (AF Algarve).
Penalty: yellow card for André Amaro (02), Afonso Freitas (18), Jorge Fernandes (24), Al Musrati (45+1), Fabiano (90+1), Rúben Lameiras (90+1) and Safira (90) + 5). Yellow Card (24) and crimson card (62) for Vitória de Guimarães coach, Moreno.
Attendance: 21,736 spectators.