Ball – Eagle Repeats Dose and Advances to Finals (Futsal)

Ball – Eagle Repeats Dose and Advances to Finals (Futsal)

Benfica beat Eléctrico 2-1 to qualify for the play-off final of the National Futsal Championship.

Repeating what was achieved last Friday, in Ponte de Sor, the Reds have taken their place in the decisive game for the most important trophy on the national calendar, and they will face Sporting in what will be the best derby in the world. Another version.

Ivan Chiszkara gave the Eagles the lead just two minutes later, the only goal the fans at the Pavilhão da Luz Stadium saw throughout the first half.

The Alentejo equalised in the 26th minute through Pesinho in the supplementary phase, and it was not certain until the end what would happen.

Facing the selfless dedication of Eléctrico’s players, Pulpis’ side had some difficulty, but a superb artistic performance put Benfica ahead again: a superb performance from Ivan Chishkala and Rômulo’s heel(!) made it 2-1.

Until the end, the team led by Joao Freitas Pinto were still trying to draw at least a draw, while Russo had taken on the role of senior goalkeeper, but Andre Sosa was in the Alentejo during the 5×4 is imperialism.

It is thus determined that the championship will be played again in Lisbon, with Sporting and Benfica meeting for the 15th time in the Champions Final, the fourth in a row. The Lions, who defended the scepter last season, are the record holders for winning the title (16), exactly twice as many as Benfica (8).

Remember the game movie:

competition is over! Benfica 2 Tramway 1.

40th minute: Alfonso Jesus scores.

40th minute: Gustavo Rodriguez sees Andre Sousa deny his goal twice in the same game.

40min: Ivan Chiškara takes a shot from the midfield, into the left post of the Alentejo goal.

39th minute: Russo, with an equaliser, curls a shot slightly to the left of Andre Sousa’s goal.

37th minute: Tram’s second foul.

With just over three minutes remaining, Eléctrico opted for a 5×4 with Russo playing the role of striker goalkeeper.

Eléctrico’s coach, João Freitas Pinto, called for a technical break.

36 minutes: Benfica scores! Amazing passes from Ivan Chishkala and Rômulo with their heels (!) gave the Reds the edge. 2-1.

35th minute: Matheus Kogikoski yellow card.

33rd minute: Tram’s first foul.

33 minutes: Jakare yellow card.

33 minutes: Foul by Benfica.

33rd minute: Diogo Basilio stops the ball again with a cross from Hacare.

32nd minute: Robinho tries his luck again from a distance, but Diogo Basilio continues to make effective saves.

In the 31st minute, Igor Mota passed the ball, Frugham shot, and Andre Sosa made a safe cut.

In the 30th minute, Robinho shot from the front and Basilio hit the goal.

Minute 26: Tram Score! Excellent performance from Hugo Neves and a perfect assist from Peixinho’s first shot. 1-1.

In the 25th minute, Diogo Basilio saved Jacare’s shot again.

24th minute: Matheus Kogikoski’s aerial and Russo’s first shot, without conceding, to the left of the red goal.

In the 24th minute, Andre Sosa saved the ball from Hugo Neves’ cross.

24th minute: Alfonso Jesus passes, Arthur crosses, Diogo Basilio makes an excellent intervention.

24th minute: Robinho cuts through, preventing Igor Motta’s shot from heading towards Andre Sosa.

In the 23rd minute, Robinho made a long shot and Diogo Basilio made another layup.

22nd minute: Romulo’s cross again tests Basilio’s concentration.

21st minute: Ivan Chishkala hits hard, Diogo Basílio makes a save.

Part two begins!

The Reds left with the smallest advantage 2 minutes later, after Ivan Chishkara’s superb shot. In a very tactical match, neither team played a high tempo, with goals from Andre Sousa and Diogo Basilio not often in danger, but when they were called to intervene At the time, the goalkeepers of Benfica and Elletrico, respectively, gave affirmative answers.

The quality of the second 20 minutes is expected to improve, not only because Benfica want to settle this draw once and for all to ensure their presence in the play-off final, but also because Eléctrico aims to prevent, to be precise, that desire . , for that, had to win at Luce this afternoon in order to decide to go into Game 3.

rest! Benfica 1 Tram 0.

Benfica coach Purpis asked for a technical break.

17min: Benfica’s third foul.

In the 16th minute, Romlo attempted a hat-trick for Diogo Basilio after being questioned by Rocha, but the ball went over the Alentejo goal.

Eléctrico’s coach, João Freitas Pinto, called for a technical break.

14th minute: Diogo Basilio makes a careful save from Sylvester Ferreira’s cross.

12th minute: An excellent long-range shot by Gustavo Rodrigues, not to mention a superb save by André Sousa.

In the 11th minute, Benfica coach Purpis was booked for protesting.

11th minute: Hugo Neves crosses in from the edge of the box, another brilliant intervention from Andre Sosa.

11th minute: Romulo assists, Rocha heels the ball a few millimeters from the right post of Diogo Basilio.

In the 10th minute, the Russian shot wide from the edge of the penalty area.

8 minutes: The tram makes its third mistake.

8th minute: Matthews Kojikowski takes a long shot, Andre Sousa defends safely.

7th minute: Hugo Neves bends from the left to the centre and is already in the box trying to surprise Andre Sousa, but the red goalkeeper is attentive and rejects him.

In the 6th minute, Robinho and Chischkara took a free kick, Basilio’s right foot shot was saved by Basilio.

6 minutes: The tram makes a second mistake.

6 minutes: Benfica fouls for the second time.

In the 5th minute, Arthur and Alfonso Jesus passed the ball in the frontcourt, tried their luck again, and shot slightly wide of the left post.

5 minutes: Foul by Benfica.

4th minute: Nelson and Alfonso Jesus assisted, already in the penalty area, Diogo Basilio’s shot was saved by Basilio.

4 min: Tram commits first foul.

3rd minute: John Lennon shoots over Andre Sousa’s goal.

2 minutes: Benfica scores! Close to the touchline, Ivan Chischkara’s left footed shot goes behind Diogo Basilio’s net. 1-0.

Game start!

Electric (June 5): Diogo Basilio, Rust, Russian CJohn Lennon and Igor Motta

Substitute: Andrei Correa, Alexei Popovich, Matthews Kojikowski, Gustavo Rodriguez, Pesinho, Hugo Neves and Daniel Airoso

coach: Joao Freitas Pinto

Benfica (starting five): Andre Sosa, Nelson, Robinho CIvan Chiskara and Rocha

Substitute: Martim Figueira, Silvestre Ferreira, Rômulo, Afonso Jesus, Arthur, Rafael Henmi, Carlos Monteiro and Jacaré

coach: pulp

referee: Pedro Costa (AF Coimbra) and Eduardo Coelho (AF Aveiro)

There is already a team!

National team coach Jorge Braz watches Benfica – Tram live from Pavilhão da Luz. Keep in mind that the national team coach was already present at the Joao Rocha Pavilion early this Sunday afternoon to follow the events at Sport-Fendang.

Celio Koke has been left out of Joao Freitas Pinto’s squad once again in the Alentejo squad, as the young winger has been loaned to Eletrico from Benfica.

On the red side, Diego Loncario, Tayebi and Bruno Sintra were not included in Purpis’ selection, instead, Sylvester Ferreira and Romulo returned to Spain in the coach’s lineup.

However, in the second round, the Eagles won the 15th round in Luz on January 2, 2022, the team led by Pulpis won 5-3.

So the Alentejo badge will do everything in its power to tie these semi-finals, postponing the Black team’s decision. Also, keep in mind that beating Benfica is nothing new for Benfica: on October 16, 2021, in the second round of the regular season, Joao Freitas Pinto’s team won 3-1 beat Benfica.

Remember, the Reds have the advantage in the draw as they won their first game at the Ponte de Sor Stadium last Friday, 2-1.

Benfica welcomes Eléctrico this afternoon (5pm) in Game 2 of the play-off semi-finals of the National Futsal Championship in Pavilhão da Luz in Lisbon. BOLA online will follow the game step by step and rely on you, dear reader. Come with us, here are our first five…

Good evening!

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