BOLA – Sporting beat FC Porto in overtime to win Portugal Cup (Handball)

BOLA – Sporting beat FC Porto in overtime to win Portugal Cup (Handball)

Sporting beat FC Porto 36-35 on Sunday in the Portuguese Handball Cup in overtime at the Matosinos Congress Center.

The Lions started the game better, they won with two goals ahead, but the Whites and Blues responded and even managed to comfortably take the lead in the scoreboard (15-10) and came to the break with a score of 15-13. .

Only at the end of the second half the “Lions” were able to draw (24-24) and even move to the front of the match, but the Dragons were able to equalize the score (26-26) and forced extra time. Here, FC Porto regained the lead, but in the final seconds Shongart equalized (30-30) forcing another time.

The Leons team dominated at the start of overtime and was able to prevent the Dragons from equalizing the score as they were unable to Shikamba. The party was green and white.

Remember the main events of the game:

20-34 – 35-36 – End of the meeting.

20:34 – 35-36. the sand decreases

20-32 – 34-35. The dragon reduces the flaws again

20-25 – 32-34. Sports scores, two goals in front to close the first half of extra time

20-25 – 32-33. The sand in the 7-yard penalty kick turns into blues and whites

20:22 – 31-32. Reduction of FC Porto

20-20 – 30-31. Jose Folkes picks up the green and white

Hours 20-19 – 30-30. Start the second addition

20-15 – 30-30. Sports draw for Shongart. There will be another extension

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20:09 – 29-28: Lions shorten the disability

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20:07 – 28-27: Start the second part of overtime.

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20:04 – 28-27: Complete the first part of overtime.

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19-57 – 27-26. FC Porto take the lead in a 7-meter penalty kick by Pedro Cruz (61st minute).

19-56 – 26-26: Start of overtime.

19-48 – 26-26. Iturriza continued to score, but it was too late (30 minutes). There will be a degree.

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19-44 – 26-26. FC Porto equalize until the end, by Branquinho (59 minutes). time out

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19-41 – 24-25. The Lions move forward and another goal from Francisco Costa (57 minutes)

19-40 – 24-24. Sports draw for Francisco Costa (56 minutes)

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19-32 – 24-21. Iturriza Signs for Dragons (52 minutes)

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19-28 – 22-20. After a long time with a score of 21-20 in the standings, FC Porto again scored two goals from Rui Silva (50 minutes) against “Sporting”.

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19-12 – 19-18. Nathan Suarez reduced Sporting’s deficit to one goal (39 minutes)

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19:02 – 15-14: Sporting cut back to start the second half, led by Francisco Costa (31 minutes).

19:00 – The beginning of the second part.

18-47 – 15-13 – Break. Sports goals by Francisco Costa (29 minutes), reducing the gap before the end of the first half

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18-43 – 15-10. Salina beat FC Porto 5 goals (27 minutes)

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18-34 – 12-8. Diogo Branquino passes to the dragon (20 minutes)

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18:19 – 7-4. The Blues and Whites were defeated, but they already have three more goals (12 minutes). time out

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18:16 – 2-2: Daima wins the match (8 minutes)

18:12 – 1-2: The first goal of the dragon, Pedro Cruz in the 7-meter penalty kick (6 minutes)

18:09 – 0-2: Jonas Tidemand by the Lions Close (5 minutes)

18:08 – 0-1: Sporting leads with Jens Schongart’s goal (3 minutes)

18:04 – First chance for the Dragons, but Area can’t score in the 7-yard free kick

18-00 – The beginning of the meeting.

Porto: Nicola Mitrewski, Sebastian Fransen, Diogo Oliveira, Rui Silva, Leonel Fernandes, Diogo Branquinou, Area, Miguel Alves, Victor Iturriza, Daimaro Salina, Jesus Hurtado, Pedro Valdes, Pedro Cruz, Jibril

Sports: Mateusz Skok, Manuel Gaspar, Yasin Belkaid, Nathan Suarez, Carlos Ruezga, Hanser Rodriguez, Mamadou Gassama, Francisco Tavares, Jose Folkes, Antonio Machado, Jonas Tidemand, Edmilson Araujo, Francisco Costa, Francisco Costa

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