It is Moncarapachense who is challenging one of the two top spots of GD Fontinhas (Azores Islands) and Os Belenenses (Lisbon) in the battle to win the promotion from Campeonato de Portugal to Riga 3.
On the other side of the table, it is mathematically impossible for former illustrious neighbor Olhanense to reach the pinnacle after yet another disappointing home performance.
When Sao Tome and Principe International Evanilson Viegas returned home with only eight minutes left, Monkara Pachense scored all three points in the second half of the winner at Sertanense (Sertan).
Olhanense was trying to regain pride in his fellow fighter Peropignero after losing the previous four games and playing more than eight hours of football without scoring. However, it was the visitors who led the Eduino Júnior 17 minutes later.
Olhanense leveled the problem in the 30th minute when Claudio Major found the other side of the net, but Pero Pinheiro regained the lead five minutes later.
When Thomas Loreiro issued his second yellow card with a half-time stroke, the number of visitors was reduced to 10. Four minutes after the restart, Ernest Walker was 2-2, but the home team couldn’t take advantage of their numerical advantage, and a miserable afternoon with three points firmly rooted at the foot of the table. Finished.
On Sunday, Lusitano GC Moncarapachense will entertain Peropignero at Dr. António João Eusébio (near the high street) in Moncarapacho and kick off at 5 pm.
Olhanense travels to the Azores Islands to play against league leader GD Fontinhas. If they come back with a few points, it will bring great benefits to their local rivals.
To Chris Light
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