The Ball – Eagle repeats the dose and is in the final (Futsal)

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

Reiterating last Friday’s result, at the Ponte de Sour, the Reds secured their place in the decisive match of the most important trophy on the national calendar, where they will face Sporting, what would be the second edition of the best derby in the world. .

Ivan Chishkala gave the Eagles the lead, just two minutes later, the only goal seen by fans at Pavilhão da Luz throughout the first half.

In the supplementary stage, Alentejo equalized through Paxinho in the 26th minute, leaving uncertainty over what could happen at the end.

The selflessness of the Electrico players caused some problems for the Pulpis men, but the high artistic tip put Benfica in the lead: Ivan Chishkala’s superb performance and Romulo back-hill (!) 2-1. .

Towards the end, the team led by Joao Freitas Pinto, at least, tried to reach a draw, in which Russo was already playing the role of advanced goalkeeper, but Andre Sousa was royal at the time he played in 5×4.

Sporting and Benfica will meet 15 times in the final of the championship for the fourth time in a row and the championship will be held in Lisbon once again. Defending the scepter he won last season, Singh holds the record for the title (16), twice that of Benfica (8).

Game Movie Remember:

The match is over! Benfica 2 Tram 1.

40 min: Afonso Jesus Shoots.

40 mins: Gustavo Rodriguez, twice in the same play, is seen by Andre Sousa denying him a goal.

40 mins: Ivan Chishkala, half-back shot, Alentejo sends the ball to the left post.

39 mins: Russo, equalizing everything, hits the left post of Andre Sousa’s goal.

37 mins: Second foul by Tram.

With just three minutes left, Electrico chose to play in 5×4, with Russo playing the role of forward goalkeeper.

Electrico coach Joao Fritas Pinto requested a technical break.

36 mins: Benfica Score! An unprecedented pass from Ivan Chishkala and Romulo through a heel (!) Gives the Reds an advantage. 2-1.

35 min: Mathews Kogikowski gets a yellow card.

33 mins: Tram’s first foul.

33 min: Jakere Yellow Card.

33 mins: Benfica’s first foul.

33 mins: Cross shot by Jakare and second stop by Diego Basilio.

32 mins: Robinho tries his luck again from a distance, but Diego Basilio continues to save with great impact.

31 min: Go near Yegor Mota and fired by Ferugem for safe intervention by Andre Sousa.

30 mins: Robinho takes a front shot as Diego Basilio.

26 min: Tram Score! Great work by Hugo Neves and perfect support for Pexinho’s first shot. 1-1.

25 mins: Diego Basilio makes another great save by Jacqueline.

24 mins: Mathews Kogikowski’s Ariel and Russo’s first shot, without the ball, to the left post of the red goal.

24 mins: Hugo Neves cross shot saved by Andre Sousa.

24 min: Go past Afonso Jesus and cross from Arthur for Diego Basilio’s excellent intervention.

24 mins: Robinho’s excellent cut, Yegor Mota’s shot prevents Andre Sousa’s goal.

23 mins: Robinho, from a distance, shoots for Diego Basilio’s second appeal.

22 mins: Romelu, with a cross shot, catches Diego Basilio’s attention once again.

21 mins: Ivan Chishkala’s powerful shot by Diego Basilio to defend.

The beginning of the second part!

The Reds went for a break with minimal advantage, after a superb shot by Ivan Chishkala 2 minutes later. In very tactical encounters, where the two teams did not print very high rhymes, the danger was often not around the goals of Andre Sousa and Diego Basilio, but when they were called to intervene, Benfica and Electrico’s goalkeepers, respectively, responded in the affirmative.

Quality is expected to improve in the next 20 minutes, not only because Benfica have to settle for a draw to seal their presence in the play-offs, but also because Electrico will be aiming to stop, precisely, this desire. For that, this afternoon, in Luz, the third game is bound to be decided by a win.

Break! Benfica 1 Tram 0.

Pulpis, Benfica coach requested a technical break.

17 mins: Benfica’s third foul.

16 mins: Romulo tries to use his hat on Diego Basilio after Rocha asks, but the ball hits Alentejo’s goal.

Electrico coach Joao Fritas Pinto requested a technical break.

14 min: Sylvestre Ferreira’s cross shot for Diego Basilio’s careful defense.

12 mins: Gustavo Rodriguez’s great long shot, not to mention Andre Sausa’s impressive save.

11 mins: Yellow card to Pulpis, Benfica coach for protest.

11 mins: Hugo Neves’ cross shot, on the edge of the field, for another great intervention by Andre Sousa.

11 mins: Romulo and Rocha, with the help of a heel, pass the ball in millimeters to the right post of Diego Basilio’s goal.

10 mins: Russian shot, edge of the field, side to side.

8 min: Third Tram Mistake.

8 mins: Long shot by Mathews Kogikowski for a safe save by Andre Sousa.

7 mins: Hugo Neves bends from left to center and tries to surprise Andre Sousa already in the field, but the red goalkeeper pays attention and rejects him.

6 mins: Free kick by Robinho and Eva Chishkala, right footed by Diego Basilio.

6 min: Second Tram Mistake.

6 mins: Benfica’s second foul.

5 mins: Arthur and Afonso Jesus pass, in the front zone, try their luck again as the shot comes out a little to the left post.

5 mins: Benfica’s first foul.

4 mins: Assisted by Nilsson and Afonso Jesus, already in the area, Diego Basilio shoots for defense.

4 min: First tram foul.

3 mins: John Lennon fires from a distance, but Andre Sousa’s goal bar.

2 min: Benfica Score! Ivan Chishkala, close to the touchline, left-footed shot from behind Diego Basilio’s net. 1-0.

The start of the match!

Electric (initial five): Diego Basilio, Rust, Russian 3John Lennon and Yegor Mota

Options: Andrea Correa, Alexei Popovich, Matthews Kogikowski, Gustavo Rodriguez, Pexinho, Hugo Neves and Daniel Eroso

Instructor: Joao Fritas Pinto

Benfica (starting at five): Andre Sousa, Nielsen, Robinho 3Ivan Chishkala and Rocha

Options: Martim Figueira, Sylvestre Ferreira, Romelu, Afonso Jesus, Arthur, Rafael Henmi, Carlos Montero and Jacqueline

Instructor: Pulpis

Punch: Pedro Costa (AF Coimbra) and Eduardo Coelho (AF Avero)

There are already teams!

George Braz, national coach, is in Pavilhão da Luz to watch Benfica – Tram live. The national coach, remember, was already in the Joao Rocha pavilion this Sunday afternoon to follow the events of Sporting-Fundao.

In the Alentejo squad, Celio Coke has once again been left out of Joao Freitas Pinto’s squad, as young winger Benfica is on loan to Electrico.

On the red side, Pulpis’ options do not include Diego Roncaglio, Taybi and Bruno Cintra, and instead, Sylvester Ferreira and Romulo have returned to the Spanish coaching staff.

In the second round, however, in the 15th round match at Luz on January 2, 2022, the team led by Pulpis won 5-3.

So, Alentejo Symbol, pushing the decision for the black team, will do everything to equalize in this semi-final. Also, remember, beating Benfica will not be a new thing for Electrico this season: On October 16, 2021, the second round of the regular round was played, with the team led by Joao Fritas Pinto beating Benfica (3-1).

Remember the Reds are advantageous in the tie, as they won the first game 2-1 last Friday at the Ponte de Sour Sports Pavilion.

Elfctrico was welcomed by Benfica this afternoon (5 pm) in Game 2 of the semi-finals of the play-offs of the National Futsal Championship at Pavilhão da Luz in Lisbon. BOLA will follow the online game step by step and dear readers, it is up to you. Come with us, this is our first five …

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