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Porto mantém distancia para o Braga Novembro 19, 2005

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Porto 5 – 1 Académica

Quatro golos argentinos e um português (do juiz auxiliar) concretizaram a vitória do Porto que cedo se materializou. O Porto entrou muito forte e aos 19′ já vencia por 2-0 ambos com a intervenção de Quaresma. O 1º com um cruzamento deste da esquerda concretizado no centro por Lucho, o 2º. com um passe que abriu Bosingwa para o cruzamento longo entrando Lisandro de cabeça a fuzilar Pedro Roma.

Só depois do 0-2 a Académica se aventurou em tarefas ofensivas e Marcel, de ângulo difícil, um minuto depois do 2-0, faz esbarrar a bola na baliza do Porto . A entrada de Fernando (substituindo Paulo Adriano) fez melhorar a Académica que passou a equilibrar o jogo.

Na 2ª. parte a Académica procura reagir e Baía tem de intervir a remate de longe para depois uma recarga dum jogador coimbrão ser anulada por indevido fora de jogo. A Académica procurava um golo e Co Adriaanse opta por tirar Hugo Almeida, entrando Jorginho. Aos 70′ depois de um estouro de César Peixoto à barra, o juiz auxiliar inventou um golo passando o resultado para 3-0. A partir daqui a resistencia (pouca) da equipa visitante esgotou-se e o Porto manobrou à vontade marcando o 4º. golo por Lisandro Lopes na recarga a um primeiro remate de Jorginho que Pedro Roma não agarrou e ainda o quinto já em tempo de compensação por Lucho Gonzalez. Ainda antes do apito final Marcel faz um golaço a atenuar a diferença.

Uma boa exibição do Porto, com goleada mas perante uma Académica “fraquinha”.

A arbitragem sem influencia na distribuição dos três pontos (tão grande foi a diferença) mas não precisa de favorecer uma equipa que cedo ganhou a vantagem de dois golos. Cantos convertidos em pontapés de baliza, uma defesa a duas mãos de Lisandro à entrada da área que passou em branco, um fora de jogo inexistente dum academista em posição de recarga para golo e um golo falso! São erros de mais.

FC PORTO: Vítor Baía; Bosingwa, Pepe, Pedro Emanuel e César Peixoto; Ibson (Diego 73′), Paulo Assunção e Lucho Gonzalez; Quaresma (Alan 73′), Hugo Almeida (Jorginho 65′) e Lisandro.

ACADÉMICA: Pedro Roma; Nuno Luís, José Castro, Danilo e Lira (Gelson 46′); Nuno Piloto (Ezequias 46′) e Roberto Brum; Luciano, Paulo Adriano (Fernando 29′) e Filipe Teixeira; Marcel.

Disciplina: Cartão Amarelo para Lira 2′, por mão na bola. Aos 85′ Cartão Amarelo para Diego e também para Gelson.

 

Braga assume candidatura ao título, derrotando o Benfica

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Braga 3 – 2 Benfica

Resultado inflaccionado por arbitragem incompetente

No Benfica regressavam Quim e Simão e aumentavam, por isso, as aspirações dos adeptos. No Braga opção por Jaime, no Benfica Beto a titular, o que denotava muito respeito recíproco dos treinadores e de que nenhuma equipa ia assumir jogar ao ataque.

Foi o Braga que teve o primeiro lance de perigo aos 6′ com João Tomás pela meia-direita a fazer um chapéu a Quim mas que saiu ligeiramente por cima da barra. O Benfica tinha mais posse de bola mas quase sempre em zonas recuadas do terreno. Aos 21′ o Benfica inaugura o marcador. Pontapé de canto da esquerda marcado curto, a bola foi devolvida a Petit que centrou longo para o 2º. poste onde Andersonremata cruzado de cabeça fazendo a bola entrar junto do 2º. poste.

Jesualdo Ferreira não estava a gostar e mexe na equipa fazendo entrar Davide, saindo Abel Ferreira , aos 32′. Mas foi o Benfica de novo por Anderson esteve à beira de bisar – cruzamento da esquerda longo para o 2º. poste e Anderson a rematar de cabeça mas agora por cima da barra.

Na 2ª. parte entrada de Castanheira para sair Jaime e no Benfica entrada de Karyaka para sair Simão que afinal mão estava em condições e na primeira parte o que fez foram faltas. O jogo mudou. O Braga muito mais activo ia empurrando o Benfica para a defesa. O meio campo encarnado mesmo com tantas unidades defensivas não truncava o jogo e em termos ofensivos o Benfica pouco fazia. Em livre frontal marcado por Castanheira, Quim faz uma boa defesa. O empate adivinhava-se e acontece de um lançamento da linha lateral com Cesinha na área a rematar fraco, rasteiro e Quim a dar um frango (67′).

Ainda antes amarelos em simultaneo para Luisão e Nunes e pouco a seguir para Anderson. O Braga esgotara as sunbstituições fazendo entrar Maxi Bevacqua saindo o já substituto Davide e o Benfica substituira Geovanmni por Nuno Assis, mas o empate chegaria quase de imediato.
Percebia-se que o Braga estava em melhores condições para ganhar o jogo, e quase fazia o 2-1 quando Maxi atirou de longe ao poste. Mas o Benfica alguns minutos após o empate recompõe-se e tenta o ataque, estando perto de marcar mas Beto falhou à boca da baliza aos 81. O jogo estava agora aberto e foi o Braga que chegou à vantagem por Maxi após uma falha defensiva visitante. O Braga tem o jogo na mão e Quim evita o 3-1 perante um bracarense isolado.

Em tempos de descontos mais uma vez a arbitragem em foco. Já com Micolli em campo (saiu Leo) uma bola metida para a confusão da área bracarense a bola bate no dorso de Nem o árbitro assinala penalty e Nuno Gomes faz 2-2. Empate com sabor a favor do árbitro. Mas o Braga vai para a frente cruzamento da esquerda, Maxi em fora de jogo que o Sr. Bertino Miranda ( muito lesto a assinalar dois foras de jogo na 1ª. parte com os jogadores em linha), estaria a dormir e não viu ou então não quiz assinalar e 3-2 para o Braga.

Vitória justa do Braga com o árbitro a querer “dar” o empate e o juiz auxiliar a não autorizar. Duas manchas graves da arbitragem a juntar a uma do guarda-redes do Benfica e temos o Benfica outra vez a oito pontos de distancia do comandante e com a equipa a ter um jogo muito pouco fluido (mais uma serie de jogos sem ganhar).

Estádio: Estádio Municipal de Braga; Assistência: 21.449 espectadores.
Árbitros: João Ferreira
Ficha do jogo:

Sp. Braga – Paulo Santos, Abel (Davide, 20, depois Bevacqua, 64), Nem, Nunes, Jorge Luiz, Madrid, Luís Filipe, Vandinho, Jaime (Castanheira, 46), João Tomás e Cesinha.

Benfica – Quim, Nelson, Luisão, Anderson, Leo (Miccoli, 89) Petit, Beto, Manuel Fernandes, Simão Sabrosa (Karyaka, 46), Geovanni (Nuno Assis, 66) e Nuno Gomes.

Disciplina: cartão amarelo para Nunes (64), Luisão (64), Anderson (65) e Petit (68)

 

On this day in History – Nov. 19

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0461 – St. Hilarius becomes Pope.
0498 – Pope Anastasius II dies
1464 – Emperor Go-Kashiwabara of Japan was born (d. 1526)
1478 – Emperor Baeda Maryam of Ethiopia dies (b. 1448)
1492 – Jami dies (b. 1414). Persian poet.
1493 – Christopher Columbus becomes the first European to go ashore on an island he only saw for the first time the day before. He names it San Juan Bautista (later renamed Puerto Rico).
1557 – Bona Sforza dies (b. 1494). Queen of Sigismund I of Poland.
1563 – Robert Sidney, 1st Earl of Leicester was born (d. 1626). English statesman
1577 – Matsunaga Hisahide dies (b. 1510). Japanese warlord.
1598 – An outnumbered Korean and Ming navy ambush and defeat a Japanese army at the Battle of Noryang Point.
1598 – Yi Sun-sin dies killed in battle (b. 1545), Korean admiral.
1600 – King Charles I of England was born (d. 1649)
1600 – Leo Aitzema was born (d. 1669). Dutch historian and statesman.
1617 – Eustache Le Sueur was born (d, 1655). French painter.
1630 – Johann Schein dies (b. 1586). German composer.
1649 – Caspar Schoppe dies (b. 1576). German scholar.
1665 – Nicolas Poussin dies (b. 1594). French painter.
1672 – John Wilkins dies (b. 1614). English Bishop of Chester
1682 – Prince Rupert of the Rhine dies (b. 1619). Royalist commander in the English Civil War
1692 – Thomas Shadwell dies. English poet and playwright
1700 – Jean-Antoine Nollet was born (d. 1770). French abbot and physicist.
1703 – The man in the iron mask, a political prisoner famous in French history and legend, died in the Bastille.
1711 – Mikhail Lomonosov was born (d. 1765). Russian writer and polymath.
1723 – Antoine Nompar de Caumont dies (b. 1632). French courtier and soldier
1794 – The United States and the Kingdom of Great Britain sign Jay’s Treaty, which attempts to clear up some of the lingering problems left over from the American Revolutionary War.
1798 – Wolfe Tone dies (b. 1763). Irish patriot
1804 – Pietro Guglielmi dies (b. 1728). Italian composer
1805 – Ferdinand de Lesseps was born (d. 1894). French diplomat and Suez Canal engineer.
1810 – Jean-Georges Noverre dies (b. 1725). French dancer and ballet master.
1816 – Warsaw University is established.
1820 – The Troppau protocol, a declaration of intention to take collective action against revolution, was signed by the Holy Alliance powers at the Congress of Troppau.
1822 – Johann Georg Tralles dies (b. 1763). German mathematician and physicist.
1828 – Franz Schubert dies (b. 1797). Austrian composer.
1831 – James A. Garfield was born (d. 1881). 20th President of the United States.
1833 – Wilhelm Dilthey was born (d. 1911). German philosopher.
1843 – Richard Avenarius was born (d. 1896). German philosopher.
1850 – Richard Mentor Johnson dies (b. 1780). American politician.
1859 – Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov was born (d. 1935). Russian composer
1862 – Billy Sunday was born (d. 1935). American evangelist.
1863 – American Civil War: Union President Abraham Lincoln delivers the Gettysburg Address at the military cemetery dedication ceremony in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
1875 – Mikhail I. Kalinin was born (d. 1946). Russian metal worker and head of state.
1881 – A meteorite lands near the village of Großliebenthal, southwest of Odessa, Ukraine.
1883 – Ned Sparks was born (d. 1957). Canadian actor.
1883 – William Siemens dies. German metalurgist.
1887 – Emma Lazarus dies (b. 1859). American poet.
1887 – James B. Sumner was born (d. 1955). American chemist, Nobel Prize laureate
1888 – José Raúl Capablanca was born (d. 1942). Cuban chess player
1893 – René Voisin was born. French classical trumpet player
1894 – Américo Thomaz was born. President of Portuguese Republic (1958 – 1974).
1897 – William Seymour Tyler dies (b. 1810). American educator and historian.
1898 – Arthur R. von Hippel was born (d. 2003).German-born physicist
1899 – Allen Tate was born (d. 1979). American poet and critic
1900 – Mikhail Lavrentyev was born (d. 1980). Russian scientist
1900 – Anna Seghers was born (d. 1983). German writer
1905 – Tommy Dorsey was born (d. 1956). American bandleader
1907 – Jack Schaefer was born (d. 1991). American author.
1912 – Domingos da Guia was born in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian football player
1915 – Joe Hill dies executed (b. 1879) American labor activist.
1916 – Samuel Goldfish (later renamed Samuel Goldwyn) and Edgar Selwyn establish Goldwyn Company (the company later became one of the most successful independent filmmakers.)
1917 – Indira Gandhi was born (d. 1984). Was the daughter of the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, and served four terms as prime minister before being assassinated by Sikh extremists while in office in 1984.
1918 – Joseph Fielding Smith dies (b.1838). President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1919 – Alan Young was born. Actor: Mr. Ed, Emmy-Award winning show: The Alan Young Show [1950]; Beverly Hills Cop 3, The Time Machine; cartoon voice: Scrooge McDuck
1920 – Gene Tierney was born (d. 1991). American actress
1921 – Roy Campanella was born (d. 1993). baseball player
1922 – Yuri Knorosov was born (d. 1999). Russian epigrapher
1924 – William Russell was born. British actor
1924 – Bernardo de Santareno was born. Portuguese dramatist
1924 – Marlene (Vitória Martino Bonaiutti) was born in São Paulo. Brazilian singer
1924 – In Los Angeles, California, famous silent film director Thomas Ince (“The Father of the Western”) dies of a heart attack in his bed (rumors soon surface that he was shot dead by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst.)
1924 – Thomas Ince dies (b. 1882). American film director.
1926 – Jeane Kirkpatrick was born. U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations
1929 – Slavko Avsenik was born. Slovenian musician
1929 – Norman Cantor was born (d. 2004). Canadian medieval scholar.
1933 – Larry King was born. American television interviewer
1935 – Bob Gibson was born. Baseball player
1935 – Rashad Khalifa was born (d. 1990). Egyptian imam
1936 – Dick Cavett was born. American talk show host
1936 – Yuan T. Lee was born. Taiwanese-born chemist, Nobel Prize laureate
1936 – Francisco Milani was born (d. 2005). Brazilian actor
1938 – Ted Turner was born. American businessman.
1938 – Lev Shestov dies (b. 1866). Russian philosopher.
1939 – Tom Harkin was born. U.S. Senator
1941 – Dan Haggerty was born. American actor
1941 – World War II: The Royal Australian Navy cruiser HMAS Sydney and the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran sink each other off the coast of Western Australia, with the loss of 645 Australians and about 77 German seamen.
1942 – World War II: Battle of StalingradSoviet Union forces under General Georgy Zhukov launch the Operation Uranus counterattacks at Stalingrad, turning the tide of the battle in the USSR’s favor.
1942 – Calvin Klein was born. American clothing designer
1942 – Sharon Olds was born. American poet
1942 – Bruno Schulz dies shot (b. 1892). Polish writer and painter.
1943 – Aurelio Monteagudo was born (d.1990). Cuban-born Major League Baseball player
1944 – World War II: US President Franklin D. Roosevelt announces the 6th War Loan Drive, aimed at selling US$14 billion in war bonds to help pay for the war effort.
1946 – Afghanistan, Iceland and Sweden join the United Nations.
1947 – Bob Boone was born. Baseball player and manager
1947 – Lamar S. Smith was born. American politician
1951 – Lord Falconer was born. British lawyer and politician
1953 – Robert Beltran was born. American actor
1953 – Tom Villard was born (d. 1994). American actor.
1954 – Kathleen Quinlan was born in Pasadena, California. American actress (The Promise, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, American Graffiti, Airport ’77, Apollo 13, Family Law)
1954 – Sammy Davis, Jr. loses his left eye in an automobile accident in San Bernardino, California.
1956 – Marco Chagas was born. Portuguese cyclist.
1957 – Ofra Haza was born (d. 2000). Israeli singer
1959 – Ford Motor Company announces the discontinuation of the unpopular Edsel.
1960 – Phyllis Haver dies (b. 1899). American actress.
1960 – Allison Janney was born. American actress
1960 – Elizabeth Hulette was born (d. 2003). American professional wrestler
1961 – Meg Ryan was born. American actress ( When a Man Loves a Woman, When Harry Met Sally, D.O.A., Sleepless in Seattle, Flesh and Bone, Top Gun, One of the Boys, Addicted to Love, City of Angels, You’ve Got Mail)
1961 – Michael Rockefeller, son of New York governor Nelson Rockefeller, disappears in the jungles near Atsj, Papua New Guinea.
1962 – Jodie Foster was born. Academy Award-winning actress: The Accused [1988], Silence of the Lambs [1991]; Mayberry R.F.D., Taxi Driver, Napoleon and Samantha, Sommersby, Paper Moon, Maverick; and director: Little Man Tate, Home for the Holidays
1963 – Terry Farrell was born. American actress
1966 – Gail Devers was born. American athlete
1966 – Jason Scott Lee was born. American actor
1967 – The Establishment of TVB, the first wireless commercial television station in Hong Kong.
1967 – Charles Watters dies (b. 1927). US Army chaplain.
1967 – João Guimarães Rosa dies (b. 1908). Brazilian writer.
1969 – Apollo program: Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Conrad and Alan Bean land at Oceanus Procellarum (“Ocean of Storms”) and become the third and fourth humans to walk on the Moon. 1973 – American football player Lance Rentzel is arrested for exposing himself to a ten-year-old girl; he is later sentenced to five years’ probation.
1969 – Pelé scores his goal number 1000.
1973 – Savion Glover was born. American choreographer, actor, and dancer
1974 – George Brunies dies (b. 1902). American musician.
1975 – Sushmita Sen was born. Indian beauty queen and actress
1976 – Jun Shibata was born. Japanese singer and songwriter
1976 – Sir Basil Spence dies (b. 1907). Scottish architect.
1977 – Egyptian President Anwar Sadat becomes the first Arab leader to officially visit Israel, when he meets with Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and speaks before the Knesset in Jerusalem, seeking a permanent peace settlement.
1977 – Transportes Aereos Portugueses Boeing 727 crashes in Madeira islands killing 130
1979 – Iran hostage crisis: Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini orders the release of 13 female and black American hostages being held at the US Embassy in Tehran.
1979 – Ryan Howard was born. Philadelphia Phillies substitute for Jim Thome
1984 – A series of explosions at the PEMEX petroleum storage facility at San Juan Ixhuatepec in Mexico City ignites a major fire and kills about 500 people.
1985 – Cold War: In Geneva, US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev meet for the first time.
1985 – Pennzoil wins a US$10.53 billion verdict against Texaco, in the largest civil verdict in U.S. history, stemming from Texaco establishing a signed contract to buy Getty Oil after Pennzoil had entered into an unsigned, yet still binding, buyout contract with Getty.)
1985 – Stepin Fetchit dies (b. 1907). American actor and dancer.
1986 -A pintora Vieira da Silva é agraciada com o Prémio Florence Gould.
1987 -É estabelecido um preço recorde na venda de um carro, ao ser vendido em leilão um Bugatti Royal de 1931 por 5,5 milhões de libras.
1988 – Christina Onassis dies. Greeg magnat.
1990 – Pop group Milli Vanilli are stripped of their Grammy Award because the duo did not sing at all on the “Girl You Know It’s True” album. Session musicians had provided all the vocals.
1994 – In Britain, the first National Lottery draw was held. A £1 ticket gives a one-in-14-million chance of correctly guessing the winning six out of 49 numbers.
1994 – Em Vila Franca de Xira, é inaugurado o Imax, uma das mais modernas salas de cinema do país.
1994 – No Porto, termina a XI Cimeira Ibérica, com acordos sobre a água, gás natural e coordenação fronteiriça.
1994 – O IPPAR anuncia oficialmente a descoberta de gravuras rupestres na zona da futura barragem de Foz Côa e é acusado por arqueólogos de ter ocultado a descoberta desde 1989.
1997 – In Carlisle, Iowa, Bobbi McCaughey gives birth to septuplets in the second known case where all seven babies were born alive.
1998 – Lewinsky scandal: The United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee begins impeachment hearings against US President Bill Clinton.
1998 – Vincent van Gogh‘s “Portrait of the Artist Without Beard” sells at auction for US$71.5 million.
1998 – Lucília do Carmo dies. Portuguese singer (fado).
1998 – Alan Pakula dies. American film director and producer.
1999 – In Istanbul, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ends a two-day summit by calling for a political settlement in Chechnya and adopting a Charter for European Security.
2004 – The largest brawl in the history of American professional sports breaks out between fans and NBA players during a game between the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers. The melee is instigated after an altercation between Detroit’s Ben Wallace and Indiana’s Ron Artest when a fan throws a cup of beer and hits Artest in the chest.
2004 – Piet Esser dies (b. 1914). Dutch sculptor
2004 – John Robert Vane dies (b. 1927). British pharmacologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (b. 1927)
FranceBeaujolais Nouveau
MaliLiberation Day
MonacoMonegasque National Day
Oman – Birthday of Sultan Qaboos bin Said
Puerto RicoDiscovery of Puerto Rico (1493)
USAHave a Bad Day Day
United StatesEqual Opportunity Day
United States – National Children’s Book Week Begins
United Arab EmiratesPilgrimage
Dia da Bandeira do Brasil (Dec. nº 4 de 19/11/1889)