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08/09/2011
4:4 a.e.t. 3:2 PSO (3:1, 1:2, 0:1, 0:0)
  • MADJER (4'26")
  • BELCHIOR (4'53")
  • TORRES (9'40")
  • JORDAN (22'35")
  • Pape KOUKPAKI (4'25")
  • Ngalla SYLLA (12'32" PEN 12'45")
  • Libasse DIAGNE (35'15" PEN)

Summary

Madjer and co labour to semis
Heavy favourites Portugal needed a penalty shoot-out to send Senegal packing and book their place in the semi-finals of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. More »

Line-up

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2
6
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7
9
10
10

Substitute(s)

1
12
3
5
4
6
5
7
8
8
9
11
11
3

Coaches

Ze Miguel MATEUS (POR)
(SEN) Amadou DIOP

Officials

Referee: ONODERA Tasuku (JPN)Second referee: PADO Hugo (SOL)Third referee: VELASQUEZ Oscar (SLV)Timekeeper: MAT HASSAN Suhaimi (MAS)Fifth official: EIRIZ Ruben (ESP)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 13)


Latest Comments:
porra-nut
09/09/2011 at 17:20
porra-nut (South Africa)
Forca PORTUGAL Forca!!!
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passion_luso
09/09/2011 at 04:34
passion_luso (Australia)
If there is a team that can beat Brazil, that team is Portugal. The match against Senegal was very physical which I am sure it'll be a different story against Brazil - there will be more space to play. Portugal have definately the talent to be the next world champions. Força Portugal!
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iPopNades
09/09/2011 at 03:21
iPopNades (USA)
Good now Brazil will send Portugal home packing again.
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Statistics

44Shots30
6Corner kicks5
4Overheads0
2Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
58%Possession (%)42%
  • Goalkeeper Al Seyni Ndiaye of Senegal looks dejected and is consoles by Madjer of Portugal
  • Libasse Diagne (#8) of Senagal celebrates
  • Pape Koukpaki (#9) of Senegal celebrates
  • Goalkeeper Al Seyni Ndiaye of Senegal looks dejected
  • Senegal line up
  • Libasse Diagne (#8) of Senagal celebrates

“We were expecting a very tough game and that’s what we got. There’s no such thing as an easy quarter-final, and Senegal are the toughest rivals we could have got. And though they don’t play great beach soccer, they’re very strong,” Portugal coach Ze Miguel Mateus.