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Porto beat Benfica to come close to Portuguese title!

FC Porto are on the way to secure third Portuguese championship crown in a row! The team of Magnus Andersson beat Benfica SL 32:28 in derby match last weekend to secure better score in direct encounter so they need just a point in the last two matches to win the new trophy.

The MVP of the match was Croatian left back Ivan Sliskovic with 7 goals in his last home match for the “Dragons”.

– FC Porto (32): Sebastian Frandsen, Pedro Valdés, Victor Iturriza (5), Djibril M’Bengue (5), Rui Silva (4), Leonel Fernandes (3) and António Areia (2). Nikola Mitrevski, Pedro Cruz (3), Diogo Oliveira, Daymaro Salina (2), Ivan Sliskovic (7), Diogo Branquinho (1), Miguel Alves, Jesús Hurtado and Fábio Magalhães.

– Benfica (28): Sergey Hernández, Jonas Kallman (5), Alexis Borges (6), Ole Rahmel (6), Lazar Kukic (1), Demis Grigoras (2), Rogério Moraes (2). Gustavo Capdeville, Mahamadou Keita, Belone Moreira (1), Paulo Moreno (1), Carlos Martins, Tadej Kljun, Luciano Silva, Petar Djordjic (4), Francisco Pereira.

STANDING:

1. Porto 28 27 0 1 1003:706 82
2. Benfica 29 25 1 3 997:742 80
3. Sporting 28 25 1 2 977:697 79
4. Belenenses 28 18 0 10 818:827 64
5. Aguas Santas 28 17 0 11 774:712 62
6. Maia-Ismai 29 14 2 13 795:783 59
7. Vitoria 28 12 4 12 757:788 56
8. Gaia 28 12 4 12 817:865 56
9. ABC Braga 28 12 2 14 769:782 54
10. Madeira 28 12 2 14 782:808 54
11. Povoa 28 11 2 15 740:758 52
12. Avanca 28 10 3 15 768:822 51
13. Sanjoanense 28 6 3 19 701:831 43
14. SC Horta 28 6 3 19 676:809 43
15. Xico Andebol 28 2 2 24 679:911 34
16. Boa Hora 28 1 1 26 674:886 31

photo: https://portal.fpa.pt/

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