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Benfica 0-0 FC Porto

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Benfica and FC Porto drew 0-0 in a Primeira Liga match at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica in da Luz) (Lisbo.

Portugal Portugal Benfica 0-0 FC Porto
 
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Goals
Match Stats
6
2

1

54%
4

Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
6
2

3

46%
5

Benfica Starting Lineup

G - 20 - J. Cesar
D - 14 - M. Pereira
D - 4 - Luisão
D - 33 - Jardel
D - 19 - Eliseu
M - 7 - A. Samaris
M - 10 - N. Gaitan
M - 21 - Pizzi
M - 30 - A. Talisca
A - 17 - Jonas
A - 11 - Lima

SUB - 34 - A. Almeida
SUB - 6 - R. Amorim
SUB - 9 - Derley
SUB - 5 - L. Fejsa
SUB - 15 - O. John
SUB - 13 - P. Lopes
SUB - 2 - L. Lopez

FC Porto Starting XI

G - 1 - Helton
M - 2 - Danilo
M - 4 - Maicon
M - 5 - I. Marcano
M - 26 - S. Alex
M - 6 - Casemiro
M - 36 - R. Neves
M - 15 - Evandro
A - 30 - O. Torres
A - 9 - J. Martinez
A - 8 - Y. Brahimi

SUB - 99 - V. Aboubakar
SUB - 17 - Hernani
SUB - 16 - H. Herrera
SUB - 3 - B. Martins Indi
SUB - 7 - R. Quaresma
SUB - 12 - Fabiano
SUB - 21 - P. Ricardo

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