Matches

01/09/2011
2:11 (0:4, 1:5, 1:2)
  • Agustin RUIZ (16'03" PEN)
  • Frank VELASQUEZ (27'46")
  • MADJER (0'07" 1'44" 4'57")
  • BELCHIOR (0'26" PEN 31'08")
  • COIMBRA (14'31" 26'25")
  • ALAN (16'14" 16'39")
  • LUCIO (21'50")
  • BRUNO NOVO (23'34")

Summary

Madjer’s men lay down a marker

Portugal's band of outstanding Beach Soccer practitioners manhandled El Salvador to the tune of 11-2 to move to the top of Group B and sound a warning to the rest of the competitors in Italy.

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Line-up

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12
2
2
4
6
7
7
10
10

Substitute(s)

12
1
3
3
5
4
8
5
9
8
11
9
6
11

Coaches

Rudis GONZALEZ (SLV)
(POR) Ze Miguel MATEUS

Officials

Referee: ONODERA Tasuku (JPN)Second referee: MAT HASSAN Suhaimi (MAS)Third referee: ALMANSORY Ebrahim (UAE)Timekeeper: WONGSUWAN Suwat (THA)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 15)


Latest Comments:
SaifMSrouji
02/09/2011 at 01:18
SaifMSrouji (Jordan)
Congrats Portugal , go on I am with you . Greetings from Jordan .
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ANDRECOROADO
01/09/2011 at 23:50
ANDRECOROADO (Portugal)
What a match by Portugal! We are really strong! It is an amazing sensation watching our players performing this way! Madjer was incredible, scoring another hattrick to reach his 70 goals in the world cup, Belchior and Alan did what we expect them to do and our youngsters Coimbra, Bruno Novo and Lucio also scored! O really appreciated our game, with Torres, Marinho, Duarte and Jordan in a good shape and the keepers, Graça and Delgado, performing really well! GO PORTUGAL! ALL THE WAY TO THE FINAL!
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Peters1990
01/09/2011 at 23:27
Peters1990 (Portugal)
Portugal is the best ... only Brasil can overcome Portugal but we beat Brasil in the Mundialito, i don't know ... what do you think ? am i wrong? i don't think so ...
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Statistics

36Shots38
12Corner kicks6
1Overheads7
2Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
49%Possession (%)51%
  • Belchior of Portugal celebrates
  • Bruno Novo of Portugal kicks the ball
  • Players of El Salvador stay togehter
  • Cheerleaders walk of the pitch
  • Pape Koukpaki of Senegal celebrates
  • Jordan of Portugal gets refreshed
"An easy victory but that’s also down to the team, who wasted no time in putting the match to bed. We played well and attacked every ball, showing good fitness and preparation for the tournament," Ze Miguel, Portugal coach.