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Report: V. Guimarães 1 - 4 SL Benfica - 03 January 2012


Bwin League Cup Group B Matchday 1 | Kick-off 20:45 GMT

V. GUIMARÃES

SL BENFICA

Vitória de Guimarães Logo

1 - 4

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47' Toscano 11' Axel Witsel
64' Cardozo
78' Cardozo
88' Rodrigo

Vitória de Guimarães x SL Benfica

Cardozo scores a brace as Benfica roll past 10 men Guimarães in the second-half.

Planet Benfica's Key Players: Cardozo

Date: Tuesday 3rd January 2012, 20:45 BST PT/UK (21:45 CET)
Venue: Estadio D. Afonso Henriques, Guimarães
Competition: Bwin League Cup Group B Matchday 1
Referee: Bruno Paixão (A.F. Setúbal)
Assistant Referees: António Godinho, Nuno Roque
Fourth Referee: André Gralha
Attendance: 7,237 (24%)
Weather: Mostly Cloudy 11°C - Humidity: 82% Wind: S 5mp/h @ 19:45 BST
TV: Canal SIC

GUIMARÃES - Douglas; Alex (c), N´Diaye, João Paulo and Anderson Santana; Pedro Mendes, Paulo Sérgio (Targino 72'), Nuno Assis (Faouzi 86') and El Adoua; Toscano (Leonel Olímpio 62') and Edgar Silva.
Subs: Nilson, Bruno Teles, Tiago Targino, Barrientos, Leonel Olímpio, Faouzi and Soudani
Coach: Rui Vitória

BENFICA - Eduardo; Maxi Pereira, Luisão (c), Garay and Emerson; Javi García; Axel Witsel, Pablo Aimar and Nolito; Nélson Oliveira (Cardozo 45') and Saviola (Bruno César 45')
Subs: Mika, Jardel, Capdevila, Matic, Bruno César, Rodrigo, and Cardozo
Coach: Jorge Jesus

Disciplinary action: Yellow card Paulo Sérgio (21'), Pedro Mendes (26'), Javi García (28'), João Paulo (31'), Alex (45'), Nolito (46'), Pedro Mendes (60') and Cardozo (84'). Red card to Pedro Mendes (60').

Highlights: Watch match highlights here
Photos: See images from the game here




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