BALL – Sporting beat FC Porto in second half and win Portuguese Cup (handball)

BALL – Sporting beat FC Porto in second half and win Portuguese Cup (handball)

Sporting won the Portuguese Handball Cup on Sunday, beating FC Porto 36-35 in overtime at the Matosinhos Congress Center.

The Lions started the game better, winning by two goals, but the white-and-blues reacted and even managed to comfortably lead the score (15-10), reaching the break to win 15-13 .

Only towards the end of the second half did the Lions manage to tie (24-24) and even get to the top of the match, but the Dragons got the equalizer (26-26), forcing overtime. Here, FC Porto regained the lead, but in the last seconds Schongarth tied (30-30) forcing another overtime.

In a game that had Francisco Costa (13 goals), the Leonese team prevailed at the beginning of the second overtime and managed to avoid a draw with the Dragons, who failed to do so. Tripes. The party was green and white.

Remember the main incidents of the game:

20:34 – 35-36: End of the match

20:34 – 35-36: the sand shrinks

20:32 – 34-35: Dragons reduce the disadvantage again

20:25 – 32-34: Sporting scored, two goals ahead to close the first half of extra time

20:25 – 32-33: The sand is reduced to blue and white in a free throw of 7 meters

20:22 – 31-32: Reduce FC Porto

20:20 – 30-31: Jose Folqués puts the greens and whites ahead

20:19 – 30-30: Start of the second overtime

20:15 – 30-30: Schongarth Sports Draw. There will be another extension


20:09 – 29-28: Lions shorten handicap


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


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


19:57 – 27-26: FC Porto take a throw-in in the opponent’s half of the field 7 minutes into the match.

19:56 – 26-26: Start of overtime

19:48 – 26-26: Iturriza still introduced the ball into the goal, but out of time (30min). There will be an extension.


19:44 – 26-26: FC Porto equalized towards the end, by Branquinho (59 min). time out


19:41 – 24-25: The Lions advance, with another goal from Francisco Costa (57min)

19:40 – 24-24: Francisco Costa Sports Draw (56 min)


19:32 – 24-21: Iturriza brands for dragons (52min)


19:28 – 22-20: After a long time with 21-20 on the scoreboard, FC Porto has two goals ahead of Sporting, after a goal by Rui Silva (50 min)


19:12 – 19-18: Natán Suárez reduces the disadvantage of Sporting to one goal (39 min)


19:02 – 15-14: Reduce Sporting to open the second half, by Francisco Costa (31 min)

19:00: Start of the second part

18:47 – 15-13: Rest. Sporting scores through Francisco Costa (29 min), reducing disadvantage before the end of the first half


18:43 – 15-10: Salina leaves FC Porto with a five-goal lead over the Lions (27 min)


18:34 – 12-8: Diogo Branquinho extends to the dragons (20 min)


18:19 – 7-4: The whites and blues were losing but they already have three goals ahead (12min). time out


18: 16-2: 2 Daymaro Salina Draw (8min)

18:12 – 1-2: First goal of the dragons, Pedro Cruz reduces in a free throw of 7 meters (6min)

18:09 – 0-2: Lions near Jonas Tidemand (5 minutes)

18:08 – 0-1: Sporting takes the lead, with a goal from Jens Schongarth (3min)

18:04 – First chance of the dragons, but Areia can not score in the conversion of a foul of 7 meters

18:00 – Start of the meeting

FC Porto: Nikola Mitrevski, Sebastian Frandsen, Diogo Oliveira, Rui Silva, Leonel Fernandes, Diogo Branquinho, Areia, Miguel Alves, Victor Iturriza, Daymaro Salina, Jesús Hurtado, Pedro Valdés, Pedro Cruz, Djibril M’Bengue, Fábio Magalhães

Sportsmen: Matevz Skok, Manuel Gaspar, Yassine Belkaid, Natán Suárez, Carlos Ruesga, Hanser Rodríguez, Mamadou Gassama, Francisco Tavares, Jose Folqués, António Machado, Jonas Tidemand, Edmilson Araújo, Francisco Costa, Salvador, Jens Schongarth, Martim Costa


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