High five for Benfica, Moreirense win
Benfica ran riot in Setubal as they hit Vitoria for five without reply.
Coach Jorge Jesus could only stand back and admire as the goals flowed, with Brazil-born Spain U-23 striker Rodrigo getting the party started after the home side had lost Euripedes Amoreirinha to an eighth-minute red card.
Eduardo Salvio made it two on the half-hour and, when Enzo Perez made it three on the half-time whistle, the game was up.
The goals continued to arrive after the restart, with Nolito making it four before Rodrigo wrapped things up with nine minutes left.
There was a dismissal in Minho too as 10-man Nacional were beaten 3-1 by Moreirense.
Mexer was the man to walk with 35 minutes gone, by which point Nabil Ghilas had put the home side ahead. The same player made it 2-0 after the break and Diego Gaucho wrapped things before Barbosa Israel`s consolation.
The night's other games both ended in draws with Estoril and Pacos Ferreira finishing 1-1 and Maritimo and Gil Vicente locked at 0-0.
Vitorino Antunes put Pacos ahead at the Estádio Antonio Coimbra da Mota, before Steven Vitoria levelled from the spot with 16 minutes to go.
That kicked off a chaotic close to the game with the same man booked and then sent off, while Luiz Carlos was also dismissed for Pacos.