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A BOLA - Sporting- Belenenses SAD in DIRECT

A BOLA – Sporting- Belenenses SAD in DIRECT

Twenty-four hours after facing Portimonense (2-2), Sporting had a new preparatory match, this time against a sad Belenenses, at the Algarve. Follow the events of the match:

21.05 hours: Beginning of Part Two, with entries by Pedro Gonçalves and Palinha at Sporting.

20.48 hours: A break in the game.

45 minutes: 2 more minutes of make up…

40th minute: Nuno Santos’ goal was disallowed due to offside. Sporting continues to win 2-1.

min 38: During the VAR analysis of the motion, Bony was substituted by Sandro (Belenenses SAD) due to an injury.

37th minute: Nuno Santos scored again for Sporting, but the move was immediately canceled due to offside. It will be analyzed by the VAR.

min 34: Now it’s time for Cafú Phete (Belenenses SAD) to complain about his right ankle.

32 minutes: Sports goal. Yovani Cabral takes the penalty and puts the Lions in a 2-1 win.

31 minutes: Penalty kick for Sporting. He committed a foul against Sandro on Thiago Thomas.

25 min: Sandro yellow card (Belenenses SAD)

21 minutes: Belenenses SAD reaches a tie. A beautiful goal from Ali Ndour, who works on the left flank and hits a cross into an arc at the back of the Sporting goal.

13th minute: Luiz Felipe dodges Tabata’s goal.

11 min: Substitution confirmed, Pedro Borro (injured) left to enter Robin Wenger.

7 minutes: Pedro Boro injured his right foot and is receiving help off the field.

5 minutes: Sporting in front of the sign! An unhappy Sandro puts the ball into his own net after a first defense from Luis Felipe and a shot from Pedro Borro.

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20.01 hours: The game begins.

Here’s how the teams will line up:

Sporting – Maximiano; Luis Netto, Faddal, Rodrigo Fernandez; Buru, Dario Isogo, Tabata, and Nzinho; Giovanni, Thiago Thomas and Nuno Santos.

Belenenses SAD – Louis-Philippe; Kafue, Sandro, and Shema; Calella, Rafael Santos, Afonso Tyra and Nelton Varela; Ali Ndour, Casira and Afonso Sousa.