Bora – Sporting wins Portuguese Cup (handball) by beating Porto in second extra time

Sporting a 36-35 extra-time win over Porto at the Matosinhos Convention Centre on Sunday to win the Portuguese Handball Cup.

The Lions got off to a better start, winning by two goals, but the White and Blue were responsive and even managed to easily lead the scoreboard (15-10) to win 15-13.

The Lions didn’t tie (24-24) until the end of the second half and even moved to the front of the encounter, but the Dragons reached the tie (26-26), forcing overtime. Here, Porto regained the lead, but in the closing seconds, Schengas clinched a 30-30 draw, forcing another overtime.

In a game featuring Francisco Costa (13 goals), the Lions prevailed at the start of the second overtime and managed to prevent the Dragons’ tie, thus failing to tripe. The party is green and white.

Remember the main events of the game:

20:34 – 35-36: Game ends

20:34-35-36: sand reduction

20:32-34-35: Xiaolong reduces the disadvantage again

20:25 – 32-34: Sports lead by two goals to end the first half overtime

20:25 – 32-33: In the 7m free kick, the sand turns blue and white

20:22 – 31-32: Reduce FC Porto

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

20:19 – 30-30: Second overtime begins

20:15 – 30-30: Sports draw in Schongarth.there will be another extension

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20:09 – 29-28: Lions shorten handicap

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20:07 – 28-27: The second half of overtime begins

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20:04 – 28-27: The first half of overtime is over.

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19:57-27-26: FC Porto take the lead through a 7m free kick by Pedro Cruz (61min).

19:56 – 26-26: Overtime begins

19:48 – 26-26: Iturriza still put the ball in the goal but overtime (30 minutes). There will be an extension.

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19:44 – 26-26: FC Porto was tied by Blanchino (59 minutes) towards the end. pause

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19:41 – 24-25: The Lions move forward and Francisco Costa scores another goal (57min)

19:40 – 24-24: Francisco Costa’s sporting draw (56 minutes)

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19:32 – 24-21: Iturriza logo as a dragon (52 minutes)

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19:28 – 22-20: Porto lead Sporting again with two goals after a long stretch of the score 21-20, after Rui Silva’s goal (50 minutes)

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19:12 – 19-18: Natan Suarez reduces Sporting’s deficit to one goal (39 minutes)

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19:02 – 15-14: Reduced sports second half, by Francisco Costa (31 mins)

19:00: The second part begins

18:47 – 15-13: Rest. Francisco Costa’s Sporting score (29 mins) to reduce disadvantage before half-time

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18:43 – 15-10: Salina leaves Porto, 5 goals ahead of the Lions (27 minutes)

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18:34 – 12-8: Diogo Branquinho stretches to the dragon (20 minutes)

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18:19 – 7-4: Both the Blues and the Whites lost, but they were already 3 goals ahead (12 minutes). pause

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18:16 – 2-2: Daymaro Salina draw (8 minutes)

18:12 – 1-2: Xiaolong’s first goal, Pedro Cruz scored a 7-meter free kick (6 minutes)

18:09 – 0-2: Lion Zoom by Jonas Tidemand (5 minutes)

18:08 – 0-1: Sporting leads, Jens Schongarth scores (3 min.)

18:04 – Xiaolong’s first chance, but Areia couldn’t score in 7-meter free-kick conversion

18:00 – Session begins

Porto: Nikola Mitrevski, Sebastian Fransen, Diogo Oliveira, Rui Silva, Lionel Fernandez, Diogo Bran Quinho, Areia, Miguel Alves, Victor Ituriza, Demaro Salina, Jesus Hurtado, Pedro Valdes, Pedro Dero Cruz, Gibril Mbengue, Fabio Magalhães

Sports: Matefuzi Skok, Manuel Gaspar, Yasin Belcaid, Natan Suarez, Carlos Rusga, Hanser Rodriguez, Mama Du Gassama, Francisco Tavares, Jose Folkes, Antonio Machado, Jonas Tiddede, Edmilson Araujo, Francisco Cos Tower, El Salvador, Jens Shingas, Matim Costa

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