In the match they played this Sunday at the Municipal Stadium of Arouca, Arouca and Vitória G. failed to take advantage despite having converted twice each in the match corresponding to date 7.
The goals of the match for the local team were scored by André Bukia (32′ 1T) and Quaresma (24′ 2T). While the away goals were made by Anderson Silva (11′ 2T) and Ruben Lameiras (56′ 2T, from a penalty).
The figure of the meeting was Ruben Lameiras. The midfielder from Vitória Guimarães stood out against Arouca as he scored 1 goal.
Another of the key footballers at the Municipal de Arouca stadium was André Bukia. The forward from Arouca converted 1 goal.
The game had a large number of cautioned players: André Amaro, André Bukia, Tiago Silva, Zé Carlos, Quaresma, Alan Ruiz, Bruno Marques, Emilijus Zubas and David Simão.
Arouca’s coach, Armando Macedo Freitas, arranged a 4-4-2 formation on the field with Emilijus Zubas in goal; Tiago Esgaio, Nino Galovic, João Basso and Quaresma in the defensive line; Yaw Moses, Vitinho, David Simão and Alan Ruiz in the middle; and Rafa Mujica and André Bukia in attack.
For their part, those led by Joao Aroso stood with a 4-4-2 strategy with Bruno Varela under the three sticks; Zé Carlos, Mikel Villanueva, André Amaro and Helder Sá in defense; Tiago Silva, Bamba, André André and Ruben Lameiras in midfield; and Anderson Silva and Nélson Luz up front.
The designated referee for the match was Fábio Costa Veríssimo.
Arouca will visit Paços de Ferreira on the next day, while Vitória G. will host Benfica at the D. Afonso Henriques stadium.
The local team is in twelfth place with 8 points, while the visitor reached 10 points and is in ninth place in the tournament.
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