Goals from the Serrano team, which qualified for the third round of the Queen’s event, occurred in the initial and final stages of the match
This Saturday, Sporting da Covilhã, from SABSEG League won, this Saturday, by 2-0, with goals from Helitão (11) and Devid (90 + 3), Idanhense, from the Portuguese Championship, in the second round of the Portuguese Cup.
The two teams from the district of Castelo Branco played an unbalanced first half, with the Serranos, who have had five games without a win, dominating the match, having possession of the ball, showing pressure and shooting, and creating several occasions for to mark .
Ricardo Vaz was the first to threaten the borderline goal, but Michel grabbed it. Medeiros also shot low, from a distance, and after 11 minutes the “lions of the mountain” took the lead, with a well-placed header from central Helitão, in response to a corner taken by Ricardo Vaz.
On minute 16, Diogo Almeida spun in the area and shot, but the Idanhense keeper saved. In the following minute, the Serrano forward headed strong with his back to the goal and forced Michel to dodge over the bar. A little later, Vilela took a head-first shot.
In the second half, Idanhense proved to be tougher, although it was Covilhã who created a new opportunity to extend the score, when Diogo Almeida, isolated, shot over the bar. Helitão and Medeiros, with their heads, also scared and Devid, in the 71st minute, once again highlighted the lack of efficiency in the mountains.
In the last minutes the Raianos acted more aggressive and combative, but ended up not creating any flagrant occasion and it was Covilhã, already in added time, to increase the count, with a “hat” from Devid Silva to Michel.
Game held at the Municipal Stadium of Idanha-a-Nova, Castelo Branco.
União Idanhense – Sporting da Covilhã, 0-2.
To range: 0-1.
0-1, Helitão, 11 minutes.
0-2, Devid Silva, 90 + 3 minutes.
– União Idanhense: Michel Oliveira, Miguel Pineu, Bruno Jesus (Alphonse Mendes, 76), Bairon Moreno, Miguel Rodeia, Luís Cerejo, Diogo Lobo (João Catatão, 90), Ibrahima Baldé (Tiago Matos, 46), Ruben Ribeiro, Carlos Semedo, Karamoko (Sérgio Neto, 65).
(Substitutes: João Gomes, Vânio Cá, João Catatao, Tiago Matos, Alphonse Mendes, Sérgio Neto, Pancras Otoo).
Coach: Vasco Guerra.
– Sporting da Covilhã: Bruno Bolas, Tiago Moreira, Helitão, André Almeida, Lucas Barros, Ryan Teague, Jorge Vilela (Frank Angong, 56), Diego Medeiros, Ricardo Vaz (Devid Silva, 56), Diogo Almeida and Jô.
(Alternates: Leo Navacchio, Joel Vital, Jean Silva, Frank Angong, Ahmed Isaiah, Devid Silva).
Coach: Wender Said.