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When does Belenenses SAD play SL Benfica?

Belenenses SAD is going head to head with SL Benfica starting on 27 Nov 2021 at 20:30 UTC at Estadio Nacional do Jamor stadium, Lisbon city, Portugal. The match is a part of the Primeira Liga. Belenenses SAD played against SL Benfica in 1 matches this season. Currently, Belenenses SAD rank 18th, while SL Benfica hold 3rd position.

Where do Belenenses and SL Benfica rank on Sofascore?

Currently, Belenenses SAD rank 18th, while SL Benfica hold 3rd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? SofaScores rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

Why was Belenensesmatch against Benfica abandoned?

From the section Belenenses Portuguese top-flight match against Benfica was abandoned early in the second half because the home side had only six players on the pitch - having been forced to start the game with nine men, including a goalkeeper as an outfield player.

How good is Benfica’s two-man advantage in football?

Such was their dominance with the two-man advantage, Benfica averaged 85% possession. The own goal from Brazilian defender Eduardo Kau plus two goals from Haris Seferovic, one from Julian Weigl and a Darwin Nunez hat-trick had ended any semblance of a contest by the break.

Why did Belenenses ask to play against Benfica again?

Belenenses have asked the Portuguese league for their game against Benfica to be played again in order to clean a dark page in the countrys football.

Will Belenensesrequest for game to be played again?

The league has been heavily criticised for allowing the 12th round match to go ahead because a COVID outbreak that had ruled 17 Belenenses players out. Asked about their request for the game to be played again, Belenenses president Rui Pedro Soares said: I hope it does happen.

What went wrong for Belenenses at half-time?

A Covid outbreak had left Belenenses with 17 players unavailable and their nine men were already 7-0 down at half-time. And, after a delayed break, the team third from bottom emerged with just seven players due to injuries before a further injury immediately after the restart left them with only six - resulting in an immediate abandonment.

How good is Benfica’s two-man advantage in football?

Such was their dominance with the two-man advantage, Benfica averaged 85% possession. The own goal from Brazilian defender Eduardo Kau plus two goals from Haris Seferovic, one from Julian Weigl and a Darwin Nunez hat-trick had ended any semblance of a contest by the break.

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