Chronicle: Farense wins Nacional in Madeira in a second part of a great level

Farense beat Nacional today at Estádio da Madeira, in Funchal, 3-2, in a game of the 19th round of the Portuguese First League, with all the goals coming in the second half.

In a game with a high level second half, with emotion until the end, Farense was winning 2-0, with goals from André Pinto (51) and Ryan Gauld (62), Nacional recovered with goals from João Vigário (68 ) and Pedro Mendes (83), but an own goal by Pedro Mendes (86) dictated the final result, with Farense winning their first away win.

The first half was widely distributed, with Farense having greater possession of the ball and having the best opportunity of that period, but with Nacional being more of a shot.

After eight minutes, João Camacho, in a free-kick, tested the attention of Rafael Defendi, who returned to apply six minutes later, after a shot by Luxembourg international Vincent Thill.

In the 30th minute, it was the Franco-Algerian Larry Azouni who with a “shot” from the distance forced Rafael Defendi to an impressive defense and in the 33rd minute, João Camacho shot with force, but the ball went close to the post.

But it was the Algarve team’s best chance of the first half, when after a quick combination, Madi Queta appeared isolated, for a great save by Riccardo Piscitelli.

After the break, Farense appeared much better in the game, faster and more incisive. In the 49th minute, Licá won a duel with Rui Correia, launched Rayan Gauld who returned Licá who shot to Riccardo Piscitelli’s defense. At 51 minutes, following a corner, Pedrão deflected against his bar, with the ball coming out from the bottom line.

Following this new corner, André Pinto appeared to head victoriously, inaugurating the marker.

Nacional seemed affected by the adversity, but in the 57th minute, Vincent Thill in a free-kick, saw Rafael Defendi shine again.

But the insecurity of the island group returned to be fatal, on 62 minutes, when after a bad pass by João Vigário was intercepted by Madi Queta, who assisted Ryan Gauld for the second goal of Farense.

Luís Freire sought to change the trend of the game and launched Brayan Riascos and Pedro Mendes at the expense of João Camacho and Francisco Ramos.

And this bet of greater aggressiveness paid off when João Vigário reduced with a goal worthy of the highest praise after 68 minutes.

The game increased in intensity and emotionality, with Nacional more pressing, but with Farense not giving up attacking. Until 82 minutes, after a center by Bryan Róchez, Pedro Mendes appeared at the first post to deflect into the goal, making his debut for the island club.

But in the 86th minute, after a free Lucca the ball deflected in Pedro Mendes betraying Riccardo Piscitelli, putting Farense in front of the scoreboard and writing the history of the game.

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