Portugal v Romania – Berlin Euro Beach Soccer League

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Match 1: Russia 6 – 4 Portugal.
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Portugal finally managed to stay on top of the table after a brilliant victory over Romania. The Carpathians made things really difficult and even managed to get ahead in the score by mid third period, but the Portuguese magic prevailed to ensure Ze Miguel’s side will be fighting for their first cup of the season tomorrow. At 16:30, by the O2 World, we will finally get to know the winner of this Division A stage of the Euro Beach Soccer League Berlin 2011.

The first stages of the game set clear that Belchior was still in the hitter mood, and secured the Portuguese advantage twice. First, with the game’s opener, and, afterwards, with the 2-1 after Tanases’s equializer. Romania, though, is a hard nut to crack, and voiced their power by turning the score around, thanks to Maci’s and Boata’s hits, to make it 2-3 by mid last period.

Things got dangerous for current Champions, but just one minute afterwards, Madjer came to the rescue and placed the 3-3 on, with a free kick. The captain’s hit began a three goal run by the Lusitanian that unleveled things up to the 5-3, with Durval and Bruno Novo adding his name to the chart. The job was almost done by title-holders, and the latter hit by Croi could do nothing more than just disturbing their last seconds to their sixth points, and their chance to fight for the cup.

Goals: 1-0: Belchior, min. 10 (1); 1-1: Tanase, min. 3 (1); 2-1: Belchior, min. 11 (2); 2-2: Maci, min. 4 (2); 2-3: Boata, min. 7 (3); 3-3: Madjer, min.6 (3); 4-3: Durval, min. 3 (3); 5-3: Bruno Novo, min. 1 (3); 5-4: Croi, min. 0 (3).

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