The Port, second in the standings, had to settle for closing a 2-2 before the modest Good view, led by the Ecuadorian Jackson Porozo and the Honduran Alberth Elis, both relentless in an uphill match for the ‘dragoes’.
The northern derby was the highlight of the day in Portugal, facing a Port I had in my head the appointment of eighth of Champions against him Juventus of Turin, on February 17 and little focused on a team that arrived at the meeting as bottom.
And that inattention, as well as the problems to find the rhythm of the last days, were shown with total crudeness from the first minute before the Good view of Jesualdo Ferreira, who did not miss the former Betic Javi garcia, who did not appear in the starting eleven due to expulsion.
Porozo He opened the scoring in the 8th minute, with a header that finished off a serve from the right of the goal.
The both left the Port, which still saw two new dangerous occasions from the Good view before 30, although it would not be until the added time before the break when Porto’s nightmare was confirmed by the work of Elis, with a clean shot.
Urged by the rush, the ‘dragoes’ tried to make up for themselves in the 54th minute with a goal from the Iranian Taremi, which he joined, from a penalty, a bit of Sérgio Oliveira at 82 ‘.
Nerves prevailed in the last minutes of the game, and a fatal error by the goalkeeper of the Good view, Leo Garden, which -in what was trying to be a clearance to a shot by Francisco Conceição- ended up causing the ball to enter its own net in the 89th minute, unleashing madness in the Port.
But the goal was annulled by a hand of Evanilson that he gave away WHERE, leaving the result in a 2-2 that knew a victory for the ‘dragoes’.
The day was completed with the meeting between the National and the Farense, which ended with a 2-3.
The Farense was imposed with so many of André Pinto, in the 51 ‘, and of the Scot Gauld, in 63 ‘, while João Vigário he added in 68 ‘the only goal of the locals.
With the result, the Farense moves away from the last position in the table.
The Guimarães- Rio Ave, in which the visitors won by 1-3.
Rafael Camacho, Carlos Mané, and the Angolan Gelson Dala were responsible for the victory of Rio Ave, which, despite both desperate Quaresma to try to save the Guimaraes, hits a strong impulse and is now in the middle of the table.