Tight victory for Arouca against Chaves

Tight victory for Arouca against Chaves

This Saturday, Arouca won 1-0 against Chaves in the match corresponding to date 33 of the Portugal – Liga Portugal bwin 2022-2023 tournament. The local scored the only goal of the game at 18 minutes into the second half, through Morlaye Sylla, from a penalty.

Chaves defender Steven Vitoria squandered the chance to open the scoring and take the lead by missing a penalty in the 49th minute of the first half.

Morlaye Sylla was the figure of the party. The Arouca midfielder was the author of 1 goal.

Another relevant player in the match was José Velázquez. Arouca’s defender was important.

The match had several cautioned: Ricardo Guimarães, Alan Ruiz, Antony Alves, Nwankwo Obiorah and Sandro Cruz.

Arouca’s technical director, Armando Macedo Freitas, proposed a 4-5-1 strategy with Ignacio de Arruabarrena in goal; Jerome Opoku, Mateus Quaresma, João Basso and Tiago Esgaio on the defensive line; Morlaye Sylla, David Simão, Alan Ruiz, Antony Alves and Oriol Busquets in the middle; and Rafa Mujica in attack.

For their part, those led by Vítor de Carvalho Campelos stopped with a 3-5-2 scheme with Paulo Vitor under the three sticks; Nélson Monte, Bruno Langa and Steven Vitoria in defense; João Mendes, Ricardo Guimarães, Carlos Ponck, Bernardo Sousa and João Correia in midfield; and Héctor Hernández and João Teixeira up front.

The judge selected for the match at the Municipal de Arouca stadium was Gustavo Fernandes Correia.

Arouca will receive Portimonense on the next day. Likewise, Chaves will play at home against Boavista.

After the match, the local team is left with 51 points and in fifth place in the standings. While the visit has 46 units and ranks seventh in the tournament.

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