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football | Mafra beats Benfica and breaks the winning streak

This afternoon, at Benfica Futebol Campos, in Seixal, the match of round 11 of the second Spanish league, which put Benfica B and C de Mafra face to face, took place at Benfica Futebol Campos, in Seixal. The match ended with Mafra winning three balls to one.

Benfica B: 1 x 3: CD Mafra

Mafra added 3 more points today and broke the series of 6 matches without winning (4 draws and 2 defeats) in the tournament, and the last victory was over Villa Francoense at the end of August. Thus, the Mafrense team temporarily rises to fifth place – and awaits the results of the two matches scheduled for tomorrow – with 16 points.

Mafra’s team was the first to score, after only 9 minutes, with a move that resulted from a corner kick and Bora finished on the best. Bora had already missed, in 5 minutes, a header that went off to the side of the post.
Benfica equalized 12 minutes before the end of the first half.

During the first part of the match, Rodrigo Martins shot four times at the opponent’s goal, but to no avail, because he went too far or because the opponent’s goalkeeper defended.

In the second half, Rodrigo Martins attacked again in the 57th minute, after he managed to score in the 60th minute, but he was in an offside position and the goal was canceled.

In the 65th minute, Rodrigo Martins fouled and the referee announced a penalty kick in favor of CD Mafra, an opportunity that Joey Ferreira did not miss and scored the second goal for Mafra.

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Mafra concluded the result in the 81st minute with a goal by Vitor Gabriel after a cross from Rodrigo Martins.

Rodrigo Martins was chosen as the best player on the field.

The referee of the match, Joao Casigas, showed the yellow card 3 times to Mafra players: Andrezinho (35), Okitokandjo (37) and Rodrigo Martins (87).

Ricardo Sousa picked for the 11 squad: Miguel Santos, Bruno Silva, Pedro Pacheco, Bora, Pedro Barcelos, Aparicio (Wenderson, 90+3), Andrezino (Inacio Miguel, 77), Guy Ferreira, Vitor Gabriel (Lucas Márquez, 90+) 2 ), Rodrigo Martins (Rodrigo Gui, 90+1) and Okitokandjo (Pedro Lucas, 46).

On the bench were: Renan, Lee, Rodrigo Gui, Lucas Marquez, Wenderson, Diego, Pedro Lucas, Inacio Miguel and Kecas.

[Imagens: CDM/montagem da capa: Jornal de Mafra]