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Report: SL Benfica 2 - 1 Gil Vicente - 14 April 2012


League Cup Final | Kick-off 20:45 BST

SL BENFICA

GIL VICENTE

SL Benfica Logo

2 - 1

Gil Vicente FC Logo
30' Rodrigo 77' José Luís
84' Saviola

SL Benfica x Gil Vicente FC

Benfica dominate the competition as manager Jesus wins his third consecutive League Cup in a row, the club's fourth since 2008.

Planet Benfica's Key Players: Witsel, Matic and Eduardo

Date: Saturday 14th April 2012, 20:45 BST PT/UK (21:45 CET)
Venue: Estádio Cidade de Coimbra
Competition: League Cup Final
Referee: Jorge Sousa (A.F. Porto)
Assistant Referees: Pedro Garcia and Paulo Soare
Fourth Referee: Rui Costa
Attendance: 23,452
Weather: Light Showers Rain 13°C - Humidity: 77% Wind: NW 20mp/h @ 19:30 BST
TV: SIC (Portugal)

BENFICA - Eduardo, Maxi Periera (c), Jardel, Garay and Capdevila; Witsel and Matic; Bruno César, Aimar (Cardozo 62') and Rodrigo (Saviola 81'); Nélson Oliveira (Nico Gaitán 46')
Subs: Artur, Emerson, Javi García, Cardozo, Nolito, Gaitán and Saviola
Coach: Jorge Jesus

GIL VICENTE - Adriano; Rodrigo Galo, Hallison, Cláudio and Júnior Caiçara; Luís Manuel (José Luís 56'), André Cunha, César Peixoto, Luís Carlos (Guilherme 67') and Richard (João Vilela 75'); Hugo Vieira
Subs: Jorge Batista, Tó Barbosa, Paulão, Éder Sciola, Guilherme, João Vilela and José Luís
Coach: Paulo Alves

Disciplinary action: Yellow card to Gaitán (82'), Saviola (85'), Cláudio (85') and Bruno César (85')

Highlights: Watch match highlights here
Photos: High quality images here

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