Famalicão managed to draw the tie at 1 goal at Rio Ave’s home

Famalicão managed to draw the tie at 1 goal at Rio Ave’s home

Nobody managed to take advantage at the dos Arcos stadium, in the 1-goal tie between Rio Ave and Famalicão, on date 5 of the Portugal – Liga Portugal Betclic 2023-2024 tournament.

With a goal from Jhonder Cádiz, the visitors began to win at the beginning of the first half, however at 49 minutes into the second half, Mirko Topic, against the opponent, achieved the tie for the local team.

The figure of the meeting was Jhonder Cádiz. The Famalicão forward scored 1 goal.

Another of the key footballers at the dos Arcos stadium was Zé Manuel. The forward of Rio Ave.

The match had several reprimands: Zaydou Youssouf, Mirko Topic, Amine Oudrhiri and Riccieli. He was sent off for a direct red card, Josué Sá in the 91st minute of the second half.

Rio Ave’s coach, Luís Freire, set up a 4-3-3 formation on the field with Magrão in goal; Sávio, Costinha, Aderllan Santos and Renato Pantalon in the defensive line; Guga, Amine Oudrihiri and Joca in the middle; and Zé Manuel, Fábio Ronaldo and André Pereira in attack.

For their part, those led by João Ramos Borges Souza stood with a 4-3-3 strategy with Luiz Júnior between the three sticks; Francisco Moura, Martín Aguirregabiria, Riccieli and Otávio in defense; Mirko Topic, Otso Liimatta and Zaydou Youssouf in midfield; and Jhonder Cádiz, Óscar Aranda and José Rodríguez up front.

The match at the dos Arcos stadium was directed by referee Bruno Ribeiro Pires Costa.

On the next date, Rio Ave will visit Sporting Lisboa. On the other hand, Famalicão will receive Arouca.

The local team is in tenth place with 5 points, while the visitor reached 8 points and is in sixth place in the tournament.

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