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SL Benfica 3 - 0 CS Marítimo - 05 February 2012


Bwin League Cup Group B Matchday 3 | Kick-off 20:30 GMT

SL BENFICA

CS MARÍITMO

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3 - 0

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13' Nélson Oliveira
72' Rodrigo
80' Rdorigo

SL Benfica x CS Marítimo

Nélson scored in the first-half as Rodrigo grabbed a brace after coming on in Yannick Djálo's debut for Benfica.

Benfica top Group B and set a match with rivals Porto at the Luz on 21st March for the semi-finals of the League Cup.

Planet Benfica's Key Players: Various

Date: Sunday 5th February 2012, 20:30 GMT PT/UK (21:30 CET)
Venue: Estadio da Luz, Lisboa
Competition: Portuguese League Cup Group B Matchday 3
Referee: Artur Soares Dias (A.F. Porto)
Assistant Referees: Rui Licínio, João Silva
Fourth Referee: Pedro Vilaça
Attendance: 19,954
Weather: Scattered Clouds 10°C - Humidity: 60% Wind: N 20mp/h @ 17:30 BST
TV: Canal SIC

BENFICA - Eduardo; Maxi Pereira; Garay, Jardel and Capdevila; Javi Garcíá, Nolito, Gaitán (Yannick Djaló 81') and Pablo Aimar; Nélson Oliveira (Cardozo 85') and Saviola (Rodrigo 66')
Subs: Mika, Miguel Vítor, Witsel, Bruno César, Rodrigo, Yannick, Cardozo
Coach: Jorge Jesus

MARÍTIMO - Salin; Roberge, João Guilherme, Briguel and Rafael Miranda (Heldon 73'); Roberto de Sousa, João Luíz (Benachour 57'), Luís Olim, Danilo Dias, Sami (Igor Rossi 85') and Pouga
Subs: Peçanha, Igor Rossi, João Diogo, Benachour, Héldon, Fidelis and Fábio Felício
Coach: Pedro Martins

Disciplinary action: Yellow card to Rafael Miranda (53') and Maxi Pereira (87'). Red card to Pouga (59')

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




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