Pacos Ferreira FC Porto Live Stream

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Pacos Ferreira FC Porto Live Stream

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Pacos Ferreira x FC Porto starting line-ups

  • Pacos Ferreira players (from): Monteiro, Romeu, Tang, Rabiola, Ricardo, Osei, Christian, Pinho, Vieira, Baixinho, Marques, Santos, Cicero, Yerzat, Andrezinho, Minhoca, Henrique, Afonso, Rocha, Ferreira, Silva, Gleison, Sousa, Rodrigues, Gois, Silva, Valente, Pedrinho, Welthon, Defendi, Felgueiras
  • FC Porto team (from): Sa, Herrera, Varela, Marcano, Silva, Teixeira, Chidozie, Costa, Casillas, Felipe, Pereira, Boly, Evandro, Brahimi, Telles, Neves, Otavio, Layun, Andre, Depoitre, Oliver, Lopez, Pereira, Oliveira, Corona, Jota

The Liga Sagres Table

Portugal1FC Porto819
Portugal3Sporting CP817
Portugal6Vitoria Guimaraes711
Portugal7Rio Ave710
Portugal10Pacos Ferreira89
Portugal11Vitoria Setubal89
Portugal14Estoril Praia77
Portugal15CD Nacional87

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