Encarnados claimed there was a “serious first-game technical error” scored by Goncalo Alves, and they didn’t even attend the medal ceremony.
A few hours after losing the Portuguese Cup final to Porto, Benfica rebelled against the “bad” referee, considering that it affected the scorer who was held last Saturday, and for this reason he lodged a protest.
The Lisbon slogan reads in the regular ‘newsletter’: ‘We were defeated in a controversial match, marred by a serious mistake by the refereeing team in the first goal of FC Porto, which prompted us to protest against the match.’
Benfica, to clarify the complaint lodged, pointed to the difference in the wrong match record against FC Porto, which “damaged the sporting truth”, and demanded that “measures” be taken to avoid further damage, he understands.
“The standard or not penalizes our team, we ended up with 17 fouls and were deducted with only five, two of them in the final segment.
The Lisbon club concluded that Pedro Figueiredo, who has greatly damaged the sporting reality, urges concrete measures by the participants so that this type of arbitration does not harm the game of hockey. “
It is noteworthy that, last Saturday, Benfica lodged a protest with the Portuguese Ski Association after the Portuguese Cup final, which lost 5-1 to Porto, claiming that there was a “serious technical error in the first goal of the match.” “.
Porto’s Goncalo Alves goal was initially validated, then overturned, and eventually deemed valid by the refereeing team. The Reds, dissatisfied, did not attend the medal ceremony for the competition final.
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