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Report: CS Marítimo 2 - 1 SL Benfica - 02 December 2011


Portuguese Cup 5th Round | Kick-off 20:15 GMT

CS MARÍTIMO

SL BENFICA

CS Marítimo Logo

2 - 1

SL Benfica Logo
60' Roberto Sousa 27' Saviola (pen.)
70' Sami

CS Marítimo x SL Benfica

Benfica crash out of the Portuguese Cup at Funchal and lose their first competitive game of the season.

Planet Benfica's Key Players: Jardel and Aimar

Date: Friday 2nd December 2011, 20:15 GMT PT/UK (21:15 CET)
Venue: Estádio dos Barreiros, Funchal, Madeira
Competition: Portuguese Cup - 5th Round - Last 16
Referee: Paulo Baptista (A.F. Portalegre)
Assistant Referees: Jorge Cruz and José Braga
Fourth Referee: Jorge Parrano
Attendance: ~5,000
Weather: Partly Cloudy 18°C - Humidity: 68% Wind: N 9mp/h @ 18:30 GMT
TV: Sport TV

MARÍTIMO - Ricardo; Briguel (c), João Guilherme, Roberge and Luís Olim; Roberto Sousa, Rafael Miranda and Olberdam (Benachour 83'); Danilo Dias (Héldon 61'), Sami (Igor 87') and Baba
Subs: Peçanha, Igor Rossi, Héldon, Gonçalo, Tchô, Fidelis e Benachour
Coach: Pedro Martins

BENFICA - Eduardo; Ruben Amorim (c) (Maxi Pereira 84') (vc), Garay, Jardel and Emerson; Matic (Nélson Oliveira 75'), Witsel, Gaitán and Nolito; Saviola (Aimar 69') and Rodrigo
Subs: Mika, Maxi Pereira, Miguel Vítor, Javi García, Bruno César, Aimar, Maxi Pereira and Nélson Oliveira
Coach: Jorge Jesus

Disciplinary action: Yellow card to Briguel (25'), Danilo Dias(28'), Nico Gaitán (38'), João Guilherme (78') and Rafael Miranda (89')

Highlights: Watch match highlights here
Photos: High quality images here soon after full-time

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