The ‘big three’ of Portugal signed a full of victories this Friday in League, where he Sporting they are still leading and undefeated after beating Nacional (0-2) in a match that was postponed on Thursday due to the storm.
He Port, who beat Famalicão (1-4), and Benfica, who beat Tondela de Pako Ayestarán (2-0), do not give up in their pursuit of the leader, who are 4 points behind.
With the storm that forced the game to be postponed on Thursday still flying over Madeira, Sporting was able to beat Nacional on a muddy terrain and it still does not know defeat in this League, where it accumulates eleven victories and two draws.
This time the goals did not come from the boots of Pedro Gonçalves “Pote”, but the league top scorer scored the assistance in the first goal, a shot by Nuno Santos from the near post in the 43rd minute.
The “lions” did not certify the victory until the end, a goal from the young Cape Verdean Jovane Cabral just four minutes after jumping onto the pitch, which was his return to competition after an absence of more than a month due to injury.
The defeat keeps Nacional in the middle of the table.
Sporting’s pursuers did not fail either, and Benfica won 2-0 at home against Tondela, who still do not know the victory away.
After stumbling the previous day with Santa Clara, the incarnated Jorge Jesus returned to the victories, although it was not easy.
They did not open the scoring until the 53rd minute, with a goal from Seferovic to a pass from Uruguayan Darwin Núñez, who today was left without scoring -although the VAR annulled a goal-, and the German Luca Waldschmidt completed the result in the discount.
The game leaves Tondela in a difficult position, on the verge of relegation.
The last of the “greats” to jump onto the pitch and the one that won the most resounding victory was Porto, 1 to 4 against Famalicão.
Iranian Taremi scored first in the 13th, with assistance from Mexican Corona, and Famalicão drew a penalty in 21st.
But the “dragons” did not give in: Sérgio Oliveira overtook them again, also from eleven meters, and in the second half Taremi saw the door again, this time upside down.
The young Portuguese João Mário closed the win in 89, with a pass from the Colombian Luis Díaz, and put an end to a match that leaves Famalicão on the verge of relegation.
With the same points as Famalicão, although one place above, is Portimonense after falling with Rio Ave also this Friday (3-0), with goals from Pelé, Meshino and Carlos Mané.