Complete News World

Benfica-SP.  Braga, 3-1: The duel in 5 facts – Espião scored from Betclic

Benfica-SP. Braga, 3-1: The duel in 5 facts – Espião scored from Betclic

Benfica won (3-1) at the reception of Sp. Braga thus prevented Sporting from celebrating their title win on Sunday. The match was analyzed in detail by GoalPoint, which highlighted the following statistical data:
The game film has many details, but one really shows the nature of the challenge in Luz, especially in the second part. The Sp. Braga has nine shots, the most he has in this league, when he averaged two (1.9) per game.

The 70th minute turned the match upside down, as Marcos Leonardo entered and scored two goals. The Brazilian needs only 44 minutes on the field to score, which is the lowest value among all players in the major European leagues.

The difficulties facing Braga in the second half are evident in their inability to shoot. Since the break, Minho's team went 38 minutes without shooting a shot, until Rome tried its luck in the 83rd minute.

Alvaro Diallo was injured in the 69th minute, but by then he had equaled the most tackles by a player in this tournament (6), a number the Spaniard had already reached at Alvalade.

Braga's retreat allowed Otamendi (246) and Antonio Silva (263) to accumulate a 509-metre lead with the ball at their feet, largely without pressure from Pedrera's men.

By Jules Point

See also  Ball - Real Madrid scored six goals and won three (see goals) (Spain)