Gil Vicente celebrated at the Cidade de Barcelos stadium for date 19 of the tournament. The locals scored the only goal of the match 28 minutes into the second half, through Pedrinho. After taking the ball on the left, the midfielder hit the goal from his own half and beat the goalkeeper with a fantastic goal to remember.
After taking the ball on the left, the midfielder hit the goal from his own half and beat the goalkeeper with a fantastic goal to remember.
The figure of the meeting was Pedrinho. Gil Vicente’s midfielder stood out against Portimonense as he scored 1 goal.
Another of the key players at the Cidade de Barcelos stadium was Ziga Frelih. Gil Vicente’s goalkeeper had a great performance against Portimonense.
The game had a large number of yellow cards: Lucas Fernandes, Kanya Fujimoto, Pedrão, Lucas Possignolo, Fali Candé, Ewerton, Giorgi Aburjania and Zé Carlos. Lucas Fernandes was sent off after receiving his second yellow card, in the 24th minute of the first half.
Gil Vicente’s coach, Ricardo Soares, arranged a 4-3-3 formation on the field with Ziga Frelih in goal; Zé Carlos, Lucas Cunha, Rúben Fernandes and Talocha in the defensive line; Kanya Fujimoto, Vitor Carvalho and Pedrinho in the middle; and Antoine Léautey, Fran Navarro and Samuel Lino in attack.
For their part, those led by Paulo Bento Brito stood with a 4-5-1 strategy with Samuel under the three sticks; Fahd Moufi, Lucas Possignolo, Pedrão and Relvas in defense; Lucas Fernandes, Pedro Sá, Iván Angulo, Carlinhos and Shoya Nakajima in midfield; and Wilinton Aponzá in the lead.
The designated referee for the match was João da Silva Pinheiro.
Gil Vicente will visit Benfica the next day, while Portimonense will host Tondela at the Estadio Municipal de Portimão.
The local team is in fifth place with 30 points and 8 wins, while the visitor reached 25 points and is in eighth place in the tournament.
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