The recreation was marked by the return to competitors of Wilson Manafá, eight and a half months after a severe damage to his proper knee, which he suffered throughout the match towards Benfica, on December 30, 2021.
FC Porto B won at present in Mafra, with 0-1, in the sixth match of the SABSEG League which was marked by the energy of “dragons” and the lack of “saloios”.
The recreation was marked by the return to the competitors of Wilson Manafá, eight and a half months after significantly injuring his proper knee, he met in a high-profile recreation towards Benfica, on December 30, 2021.
The solely objective of the recreation got here in the 14th minute, when João Marcelo shot the “blues and whites” and acquired the victory that places the workforce of António Folha to have 10 factors in the standings, three greater than Mafra, which is that this defeat so as to add. to the third defeat in the II League.
As common in residence video games, the Mafra workforce got here into the recreation seeking to dominate and in the first minutes they created a harmful near Francisco Meixedo’s objective.
However, FC Porto was efficient in responding and in the first scoring alternative they’d, they took the lead: in a transfer that caught Mafra’s protection towards the foot, midfielder João Marcelo remoted himself in the assault and, head to head with Samu, didn’t forgive and shot 1-0.
In the center of the first half, Mafra already had twelve threats on objective, towards two of FC Porto B, however effectivity was additionally an issue for Ricardo Sousa’s males, who, even at the finish of the first half, had massive targets. alternative. However, Banjaqui, alone towards Francisco Meixedo, misjudged the white and blue objective and shot the crossbar.
In the second half, the celebration of missed alternatives with Mafra continued, to the dismay of coach Ricardo Sousa, with Pedro Lucas and Pité having the finest moments.
Until the finish, with the stress from Mafra, FC Porto B held again to defend 1-0. “Saloios” tried in each solution to attain a tie, however the objective of Municipal de Mafra appears to have turned to the gamers of the Oeste workforce.
Game at Mafra Municipal Stadium.
Mafra – FC Porto B, 0-1.
At the break: 0-1.
0-1, Joao Marcelo, 14 minutes.
Mafra: Samu, Ousmane Diomande, Pedro Barcelos, Leandrinho, Diga (Fati, 71), Banjaqui (Murilo, 57), Leonardo, Gui Ferreira (Loide Augusto, 65), Pedro Lucas (Vítor Gabriel, 71), Mattheus Oliveira and Pité (Luke, 57).
(Editors: Renan, Pedro Pacheco, Lucas, Murilo, Edwin Vente, Fati, João Goulart, Loide Augusto and Vitor Gabriel).
Coach: Ricardo Sousa.
FC Porto B: Francisco Meixedo, Manafá (Umaro Cande, 67), João Marcelo, Zé Pedro, João Mendes, Sidnei Tavares, Samba Cone (Rodrigo Ferreira, 59), Bernardo Folha, Nilton (Vasco, 60), Marcus (Rui Monteiro , 82) and Wendel Silva (Jorge Meireles, 82).
(Alternates: Gonçalo Ribeiro, Romani Correia, Martim, Vasco, Rodrigo Ferreira, Rui Monteiro, Jorge Meireles, Umaro Candé and Mota).
Teacher: António Folha.
Referee: Flávio Lima (AF Lisbon).
Penalty: Yellow card for Francisco Meixedo (20), Gui Ferreira (27), Manafá (38), Sidnei Tavares (56), Bernardo Folha (58), Loide Augusto (72), Wendel Silva (81), João Marcelo (86 ), Pedro Barcelos (86) and Leandrinho (90 + 5).
Attendance: About 600 spectators.