Rio ave vs sporting cp

rio ave vs sporting cp

Últimas • Basquetebol Ivan Kostourkov: "Carácter e atitude ditaram este resultado" Ontem • Basquetebol As reacções a mais uma conquista no basquetebol Ontem • Basquetebol Basquetebol vence a terceira Taça de Portugal consecutiva Ontem • Futebol Feminino Gonçalo Nunes: "Faltou sermos eficazes, ao contrário do adversário" Ontem • Futebol Feminino Título foge às Leoas Ontem Ver todas Mais Lidas • Equipa Principal Bilhetes para o Portimonense SC vs.

Sporting CP 5 dias atrás • Notícias Sporting na TV 2 dias atrás • Notícias Sporting CP e ADCE Diogo Cão assinam protocolo 5 dias atrás • Andebol Ricardo Costa: "É momento de estarmos tristes, mas também de seguir em frente" 1 dia atrás • Iniciados Goleada das antigas Ontem Ver todas • Clube Resultados • 2 - 3 Portimonense - Sporting CP Primeira Liga • 4 - 1 SPORTING CP - Gil Vicente FC Campeonato Nacional • 1 - 2 SPORTING CP B - FC Ol.

Hospital Liga 3 • 0 - 3 Boavista FC - Sporting CP Primeira Liga • 1 - 0 FC Porto - SPORTING CP Taça de Portugal • 1 - 1 SPORTING CP B - Oriental Dragon Liga 3 todos resultados TITULARES GOLOS ASSIST. AMAR. VERM. SUBS. 1 Guilherme Pires 2 José Silva 67' 3 Pedro Silva 4 João Muniz 5 Leonardo Barroso 6 Alexandre Brito 26' 7 Pedro Sanca 82' 8 Manuel Mendonça (C) 89' 9 Vivaldo Semedo 80' 10 Guilherme Santos 11 Rafael Nel 67' SUPLENTES GOLOS ASSIST.

AMAR. VERM. SUBS. 22 Salvador Gomes - - - - - 13 Carlos Santos 14 Miguel Alves 15 Rodrigo Dias 90+3' 67' 16 Rayhan Momade 17 Micael Sanhá 67' 18 Adair Kandala 82' CLASSIFICAÇÃO NOTÍCIA O Conselho de Arbitragem da Federação Portuguesa de Futebol divulgou esta quarta-feira a lista dos árbitros para as partidas agendadas para sexta-feira e sábado, da 33.ª jornada da Liga Portugal bwin.

O grande destaque recai naturalmente para o clássico entre Benfica e FC Porto, agendado para as 18h de sábado, que terá arbitragem de Luís […] O Paços de Ferreira recebeu o Tondela na partida que encerrou a 32.ª jornada da Liga Portugal bwin, que terminou com um empate a uma bola. A precisar de pontos para fugir aos lugares de despromoção, o Tondela chegou à vantagem no marcador à passagem do minuto 32 por intermédio de Salvador Agra, fixando o […] O Sporting venceu por 4-1 o Gil Vicente no Estádio de Alvalade, a garantir definitivamente o segundo lugar do campeonato e o apuramento direto para rio ave vs sporting cp Liga dos Campeões.

Matematicamente ainda é possível chegar ao primeiro lugar, por isso a equipa de Rúben Amorim mantém-se na perseguição ao FC Porto que na próxima jornada visita […] Dragão cheio para uma partida onde os adeptos portistas esperavam ficar mais perto da conquista do título nacional. E esse objetivo está agora à distância de um ponto face ao triunfo desta noite por 4-2 frente ao Vizela.

Depois de um início de jogo equilibrado, com as equipas a encaixarem taticamente, o guardião do Vizela, […]
• Aragonés • العربية • مصرى • Asturianu • Azərbaycanca • تۆرکجه • Беларуская • Беларуская (тарашкевіца) • Български • বাংলা • Bosanski • Català • Čeština • Dansk • Deutsch • Zazaki • Ελληνικά • English • Esperanto • Español • Eesti • Euskara • فارسی • Suomi • Galego • עברית • Hrvatski • Magyar • Հայերեն • Bahasa Indonesia • Íslenska • Italiano • 日本語 • Қазақша • 한국어 • Lietuvių • Latviešu • मराठी • Nederlands • Norsk nynorsk • Norsk bokmål • ਪੰਜਾਬੀ • Polski • Português • Română • Русский • Simple English • Slovenčina • Slovenščina • Српски / srpski • Svenska • ไทย • Türkçe • Українська • Tiếng Việt • 吴语 • 中文 Généralités Nom complet Sporting Clube de Braga Surnoms Os Arcebispos Os Arsenalistas Arsenal do Minho Minhotos Guerreiros do Minho Fondation 19 janvier 1921 ( 101 ans, 3 mois et 20 jours) Couleurs rouge et blanc Stade Estádio AXA (30 286 places) Siège Estádio Municipal de Braga Apartado 12 4711-909 Braga Championnat actuel Primeira Liga Président António Salvador Entraîneur Carlos Carvalhal Joueur le plus capé Alan (347) Meilleur buteur Ricardo Horta (77) Site web www.scbraga.pt Palmarès principal National [1 ] Coupe du Portugal (3) Coupe de la Ligue (2) Championnat de D2 (2) International [1 ] Coupe Intertoto (1) Maillots Pour la saison en cours, voir : Championnat du Portugal de football 2021-2022 0 modifier Le Sporting Clube de Braga est un club de football portugais situé dans la ville de Braga et fondé en 1921.

L'équipe première joue ses matchs au stade municipal de Braga, construit à l'occasion de l' Euro 2004. Le club évolue en Primeira Liga. Le premier titre majeur du club est une Coupe du Portugal remportée en 1966. Après avoir remporté la Coupe Intertoto 2008 et terminé vice-champion du Portugal lors de la saison 2009-2010, Braga réalise sa meilleure performance en Coupe d'Europe en atteignant la finale de la Ligue Europa 2010-2011, perdue face au FC Porto. C'est également face à son voisin du Nord que Braga remporte ses trois titres suivants, deux Coupes de la Ligue en 2013 et 2020 puis une Coupe du Portugal en 2016.

Il existe une section futsal fondée en 2007 et une autre de football de plage créée en 2013. Sommaire • 1 Histoire • 1.1 La création et l'accès à l'élite • 1.2 Les années 1950 : la consolidation du SC Braga • 1.3 Les années 1960 : de la chute à la gloire • 1.4 Les années 1970 : de la chute à la régularité de présence en division 1 • 1.5 Depuis 2003 : L'ère du président Antonio Salvador • 2 Palmarès • 3 Image et identité • 3.1 Logos • 4 Infrastructures • 4.1 Stades • 5 Personnalités du club • 5.1 Effectif professionnel actuel • 5.2 Joueurs emblématiques • 5.3 Anciens entraîneurs • 6 Rivalités • 7 Notes et références • 8 Article connexe • 9 Liens externes Histoire [ modifier - modifier le code ] SC Braga - Celta Vigo, en 1945.

La création et l'accès à l'élite [ modifier - modifier le code ] Le club a été officiellement fondé le 19 janvier 1921, mais le processus de création a commencé à partir de 1919, lorsqu'un groupe d'amis étudiants (Celestino Lobo, Carlos José de Morais, les frères Carvalho, Eurico Sameiro, Costinha et João Gomes ) décida de créer un club de football, qui représenterait la ville de Braga, située au nord du Portugal. Le 29 janvier 1947, le SC Braga est sacré champion de deuxième division et accède ainsi à l'élite portugaise.

Les années 1950 : la consolidation du SC Braga [ modifier - modifier le code ] En 1950 fut inauguré le stade 28 mai (aujourd'hui 1 er mai) du SC Braga, stade pouvant accueillir jusqu'à 40 000 personnes. C'était le nouvel écrin pour que le SC Braga puisse pratiquer le football et se développer. Le club en profite pour consolider sa place en première division et parvient à terminer trois fois à la cinquième place en quatre ans (saisons 1953-1954, 1954-1955 et 1956-1957) Les années 1960 : de la chute à la gloire [ modifier - modifier le code ] En 1961, le club redescend en deuxième division et y restera jusqu'en 1964 où il remporte une nouvelle fois le championnat de deuxième division.

Braga, dixième de l'exercice 1965-1966, remporte à la surprise générale la 26 e édition de la coupe du Portugal au Stade National du Jamor. Après avoir éliminé l' AD Ovarense, l' Atlético, le SC Lusitânia, le SL Benfica et le Sporting Portugal fraîchement champion, Braga se défait en finale du tenant du titre, le Vitória de Sétubal, sur le score d'un but à rien. Cette victoire finale en coupe du Portugal permet au SCB de participer à sa première compétition continentale, la coupe d'Europe des vainqueurs de coupe 1966-1967.

La chute intervient lors de la saison 1969-1970 avec la relégation en 2 e Division avec un total de 17 points (6V, 5N, 15D) et a un point du premier relégable Boavista Les années 1970 : de la chute à la régularité de présence en division 1 [ modifier - modifier le code ] Le club va alors passer près de 5 ans à l'échelon inférieur et va en 1975 1 an après la chute du régime de l'Estado Novo, remonter en 1 re Division en 1975 et rio ave vs sporting cp la quittera plus alors jusqu'à nos jours, le stade du 28 mai est alors rebaptisé rio ave vs sporting cp du 1er Mai.

Le club va alors régulièrement enchaîner bonne performance et ventre mou du championnat jusqu'en 2003. Depuis 2003 : L'ère du président Antonio Salvador [ modifier - modifier le code ] Comme beaucoup de clubs au Portugal, un Homme fort apparaît à un moment de l'histoire du club et le transforme radicalement. En ce qui concerne le SC Braga, cet Homme fort s'appelle Antonio Salvador qui devient président du club en 2003.

Cet homme d'affaires va transformer un club à peine moyen au Portugal en club d'élite international et ce en quelques années seulement.

Sous son mandat, le club va rencontrer le succès sportif sur le rio ave vs sporting cp national et sur le plan européen mais aussi un succès retentissant au niveau de ses infrastructures grâce à son stade unique au Monde : Estadio Municipal de Braga aujourd'hui dénommé Estadio AXA dont le toit est soutenu par des câbles d'acier. Le SC Braga s'affirme sous la présidence Antonio Salvador comme le 4 e club portugais après le FC Porto, le Benfica et le Sporting Portugal.

Nombreux sont ceux au Portugal qui qualifient le SC Braga comme le 4 e grand club du Portugal à la place du Belenenses ou du Boavista qui furent longtemps considérés comme le « 4ème club portugais ». [réf. nécessaire] Ce succès se prouve par des résultats obtenus sur le plan interne et continental.

En 2011, Braga atteint la finale de la Ligue Europa, perdue face au FC Porto à Dublin par 1-0. Néanmoins, Braga prend sa revanche sur les Dragons en remportant les Coupes de la ligue (2013 et 2020) et la Coupe du Portugal (50 ans après celle de 1966).

Palmarès [ modifier - modifier le code ] La meilleure performance du SC Braga en championnat du Portugal est une place de vice-champion acquise lors de la saison 2009-2010, derrière le Rio ave vs sporting cp Lisbonne.

Braga a aussi terminé sur le podium en 2001 et en 2020 avec une troisième place. Sur le plan européen, le club remporte la coupe Intertoto 2008 et se hisse en finale de la Ligue Europa 2010-2011 avant de s'incliner sur la plus petite des marges contre le FC Porto. Palmarès du Sporting Clube de Braga Compétitions nationales Compétitions rio ave vs sporting cp • Championnat du Portugal (0) • Vice-champion : 2010 • Coupe du Portugal (3) • Vainqueur : 1966, 2016, 2021 • Finaliste : 1977, 1982, 1998, 2015 • Coupe de la Ligue portugaise (2) • Vainqueur : 2013 et 2020 • Finaliste : 2017 et 2021 • Championnat du Portugal D2 (2) • Champion : 1947 et 1964 • Supercoupe du Portugal (0) • Finaliste : 1982, 1998, 2016 et 2021 • Ligue des champions (0) • Phase de groupe: 2010-11 et 2012-13 • Coupe UEFA / Ligue Europa (0) • Finaliste : 2011 Anciennes compétitions • Coupe Intertoto (1) • Vainqueur : 2008 Compétitions amicales • Tournoi international du football de Toronto [2 ] : 2006 Image et identité [ modifier - modifier le code ] Logos [ modifier - modifier le code ] Le logo s'inspire des armoiries de la ville de Braga.

• Article détaillé : Stade municipal de Braga. Le premier match du SC Braga fut disputé sur le terrain de l'ancien collège Espirito Santo. Quant à la première enceinte du SC Braga, elle s'agissait du Quinta Mitra qui était la propriété de l'État et louée au club.

À partir de 1950, le SC Braga jouait ses matchs à domicile au stade du 1 er mai, auparavant appelé stade du 28 mai en hommage au coup d'État du 28 mai 1926.

Mais depuis 2003, le club évolue dans le stade municipal de Braga construit par Eduardo Souto de Moura à l'occasion de l' Euro 2004 organisé par le Portugal. D'une capacité de 30 000 places, 2 tribunes de 15 000 places, l'ensemble est couvert par un toit suspendu par des cables qui illuminent le terrain de la manière la plus naturelle possible en référence au peuple Incas.

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Il est aussi connu sous le nom de Stade AXA pour des raisons de naming. Personnalités du club [ modifier - modifier le code ] Effectif professionnel actuel [ modifier - modifier le code ] Ce tableau liste l'effectif professionnel du SC Braga pour la saison 2021-2022. Effectif du SC Braga Joueurs Encadrement technique N o P. Nat. [3 ] Nom Date de naissance Sélection [4 ] Rio ave vs sporting cp précédent 1 GMatheus Matheus 19/07/1992 ( 29 ans) – América FC 12 G Sá, Tiago Tiago Sá 11/01/1995 ( 27 ans) Portugal -20 ans Formé au club 91 G Hornicek, Lukas Lukas Hornicek 13/07/2002 ( 19 ans) République Tchèque -19 ans Formé au club 3 D Tormena, Vítor Vítor Tormena 04/01/1996 ( 26 ans) – Gil Vicente 5 D Sequeira, Nuno Nuno Sequeira 19/08/1990 ( 31 ans) Portugal -18 ans CD Nacional 15 D Oliveira, Paulo Paulo Oliveira 08/01/1992 ( 30 ans) Portugal SD Eibar 16 D Carmo, David David Carmo 19/07/1999 ( 22 ans) Portugal -20 ans Formé au club 34 D Silva, Raúl Raúl Silva 04/11/1989 ( 32 ans) – CS Marítimo 74 D Moura, Francisco Francisco Moura 16/08/1999 ( 22 ans) Portugal -20 ans Formé au club 80 D Souza, Fabiano Fabiano Souza 14/03/2000 ( 22 ans) – Académica de Coimbra 86 D Rodrigues, Bruno Bruno Rodrigues 08/06/2001 ( 20 ans) Portugal -19 ans Formé au club - D Santos, Pablo Pablo Santos 18/03/1992 ( 30 ans) – Hatayspor — D Couto, Yan Yan Couto 03/06/2002 ( 19 ans) Brésil -20 ans Rio ave vs sporting cp City 8 M Al Musrati, Al Musrati 06/04/1996 ( 26 ans) Libye Rio Ave FC 10 M Horta, André André Horta 07/11/1996 ( 25 ans) Portugal espoirs Los Angeles FC 25 M Mineiro, Lucas Lucas Mineiro 24/02/1996 ( 26 ans) – Gil Vicente FC 88 M Castro, André André Castro 02/04/1988 ( 34 ans) Portugal espoirs Kasımpaşa SK 9 A Ruiz, Abel Abel Ruiz 28/01/2000 ( 22 ans) Espagne espoirs FC Barcelone 11 A Piazón, Lucas Lucas Piazón 20/01/1994 ( 28 rio ave vs sporting cp Brésil olympique Chelsea FC 17 A Fonte, Rui Rui Fonte 23/04/1990 ( 32 ans) Portugal espoirs Fulham FC 19 A González, Mario Mario González 25/02/1996 ( 26 ans) Espagne -17 ans Villarreal CF 21 A Horta, Ricardo Ricardo Horta 15/09/1994 ( 27 ans) Portugal Málaga CF 26 A Martins, Fábio Fábio Martins 24/07/1993 ( 28 ans) Portugal espoirs Al-Shabab 45 A Medeiros, Iuri Iuri Medeiros 10/07/1994 ( 27 ans) Portugal olympique FC Nuremberg 57 A Gomes, Rodrigo Rodrigo Gomes 07/07/2003 ( 18 ans) Portugal -17 ans Formé au club 71 A Infande, Hernâni Hernâni Infande 03/04/2001 ( 21 ans) – Formé au club 78 A Fernandes, Roger Roger Fernandes 21/11/2005 ( 16 ans) – Formé au club 90 AGaleno Galeno 22/10/1997 ( 24 ans) – FC Porto 99 A Oliveira, Vítor Vítor Oliveira 15/03/2000 ( 22 ans) Portugal -18 ans Formé au club - A Sanca, Leandro Leandro Sanca 04/01/2000 ( 22 ans) – Académica de Coimbra Entraîneur(s) Carlos Carvalhal Légende • P.

: Poste • Nat. : Nationalité • : Capitaine • : Joueur prêté par un autre club • G : Gardien de but • D : Défenseur • M : Milieu de terrain • A : Attaquant Le tableau suivant liste les joueurs en prêts pour la saison 2021-2022.

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Joueurs prêtés N° P. Nat. Nom Date de naissance Sélection Club en prêt - D Borja, Cristian Cristian Borja 18/02/1993 ( 29 ans) Colombie Alanyaspor - DCaju Caju 17/07/1995 ( 26 ans) Brésil -20 ans Aris Limassol - D Zé Carlos, Zé Carlos 31/07/1998 ( 23 ans) – Gil Vicente FC - D Esgaio, Tiago Tiago Esgaio 01/08/1995 ( 26 ans) – FC Arouca - D Viana, Bruno Bruno Viana 05/02/1995 ( 27 ans) – Flamengo - M Novais, João João Novais 10/07/1993 ( 28 ans) – Alanyaspor - A Schettine, Guilherme Guilherme Schettine 10/10/1995 ( 26 ans) – FC Vizela Joueurs emblématiques [ modifier - modifier le code ] • Rúben Amorim • José Barroso • Castanheira • Custódio • Dito • Éder • Eduardo • António Folha • Frechaut • Hugo Leal • Hugo Viana • João Pereira • João Pinto • João Tomás • Luís Filipe • Paulo Jorge • Quim • Ricardo Rocha • Carlos Secretário • Rúben Micael • Tiago • Andrés Madrid • Roland Linz • Stéphane Demol • Aderlan Santos • Alan • Jaílson • Jorginho • José Anilton • Leandro Salino • Lima • Matheus • Mossoró • Paulo César • Vandinho • Wender • Albert Meyong • Zé Luís • Pablo Contreras • Diego Costa • Miklós Fehér • Andrija Delibašić • Nabil Baha • Armando Sá • Elderson Uwa Echiejile • Alberto Rodríguez • Yasser Hussain • Fary Faye • Luis Aguiar Anciens entraîneurs [ modifier - modifier le code ] • József Szabó (1935–37), (1945), (1953–54) • Mário Imbelloni (1955–56) • Eduardo Viso (1955–56) • József Szabó (1956–57), (1960–61) • António Teixeira (1964–65) • José Valle (en) (1965–66) • Rui Sim-Sim (1966) • Manuel Palmeira (1966) • Fernando Caiado (1966–67) • José Valle (en) (1967) • José Maria Vieira (1967–68) • Artur Quaresma (1968–69) • Federico Passos (1969) • Alberto Pereira (1969–70) • Joaquim Coimbra (1970) • José Carlos (1975–76) • Mário Lino (1976–77) • Hilário Conceição (1977) • Mário Imbelloni (1977–78) • Fernando Caiado (1978–79) • Hilário Conceição (1979–80) • Mário Lino (1980–81) • Quinito (1981–82) • Juca (1982 – 1983) • Quinito (1983–85) • Henrique Calisto (1985) • Humberto Coelho (1985–87) • Manuel José (1987–89) • Raul Águas (1990) • Carlos Garcia (1990–92) • Vitor Manuel (1992) • António Oliveira (1992–94) • Neca (en) (1994) • Manuel Cajuda (1994-1997) • Fernando Castro Santos (en) (1997–98) • Vítor Oliveira (en) (1998–98) • Carlos Manuel (1998) • Manuel Cajuda (1999 – 2002) • Fernando Castro Santos (en) (2002–03) • Jesualdo Ferreira (2003 – 2006) • Carlos Carvalhal (2006) • Rogério Gonçalves (en) (2006 – 2007) • Jorge Costa (2007) • António Caldas (en) (interim) (2007) • Manuel Machado (2007 – 2008) • Jorge Jesus (2008 – 2009) • Domingos (2009 – 2011) • Leonardo Jardim (2011 – 2012) • José Peseiro (2012 – 2013) • Jesualdo Ferreira (2013 – 2014) • Jorge Paixão (en) (2014) • Sérgio Conceição (2014–15) • Paulo Fonseca (2015–16) • José Peseiro (2016) • Jorge Simão (2016 – 2017) • Abel Ferreira (2017 – 2019) • Ricardo Sá Pinto (2019-2020) • Rúben Amorim (2020) • Custódio (2020-) Rivalités [ modifier - modifier le code ] Braga et Guimarães étant des villes proches, le SC Braga et le Vitória Sport Clube sont devenus des rivaux.

Les derbies régionaux entre ces deux formations sont appelées le derby du Minho [5 ]. Notes et références [ modifier - modifier le code ] • ↑ a et b Seuls les principaux titres en compétitions officielles sont indiqués ici.

• ↑ « Tournoi international du football de Toronto 2006 », sur rsssf.com (consulté le 29 août 2012) • ↑ Seule la nationalité sportive est indiquée. Un joueur peut avoir plusieurs nationalités mais n'a le droit de jouer que pour une seule sélection nationale. • ↑ Seule la sélection la plus importante est indiquée.

• ↑ (en) Braga VS Vitoria Article connexe [ modifier - modifier le code ] • Équipe féminine du SC Braga Liens externes [ modifier - modifier le code ] • Notices d'autorité : • Fichier d’autorité international virtuel • (pt) Site officiel • Ressources relatives au sport : • 90 minut • ForaDeJogo • Transfermarkt • (mul) FootballDatabase • (ru) Footballfacts • (en + pt) Leballonrond (équipes) • (mul) Mondefootball • (en) Soccerbase • (mul) Soccerway • (en + ru) Union des associations européennes de football Sporting Braga - Effectif professionnel actuel 1 Matheus • 2 Zé Carlos • 3 Tormena • 3 Diogo Leite • 5 Sequeira • 6 Rolando • 7 Novais • 8 Ali Elmusrati • 9 Ruiz • 10 Gaitán • 11 Piazón • 12 T.

Sá • 15 A. Horta • 16 Carmo • 18 Fonte • 20 Paulinho • 21 R. Horta • 27 Fransérgio • 34 R. Silva • 41 Pizzuto • 45 Medeiros • 47 Esgaio • 74 Moura • 78 Fernandes • 88 Castro • 90 Galeno • 91 Horníček • 95 Schettine Entraîneur : Carlos Carvalhal Catégories cachées : • Article géolocalisé au Portugal • Page avec des liens de fichiers brisés • Article utilisant une Infobox • Article à référence nécessaire • Article contenant un appel à traduction en anglais • Article de Wikipédia avec notice d'autorité • Page utilisant P856 • Page utilisant P7453 • Page utilisant P7412 • Page utilisant P7223 • Page utilisant P7351 • Page utilisant P7358 • Page utilisant P7280 • Page utilisant P7287 • Page utilisant P7454 • Page utilisant P6131 • Page utilisant P7361 • Page pointant vers des bases externes • Page pointant vers des bases relatives au sport • Portail:Football/Articles liés • Portail:Sport/Articles liés • Portail:Portugal/Articles liés • Portail:Lusophonie/Articles liés • Portail:Europe/Articles liés • Page avec des cartes • La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 6 mai 2022 à 19:14.

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Sporting CP 5 dias atrás • Notícias Sporting na TV 2 dias atrás • Notícias Sporting CP e ADCE Diogo Cão assinam protocolo 5 dias atrás • Andebol Ricardo Costa: "É momento de estarmos tristes, mas também de seguir em rio ave vs sporting cp 1 dia atrás • Iniciados Goleada das antigas Ontem Ver todas • Clube Resultados • 2 - 3 Portimonense - Sporting CP Primeira Liga • 4 - 1 SPORTING CP - Gil Vicente FC Campeonato Nacional • 1 - 2 SPORTING CP B - FC Ol.

Hospital Liga 3 • 0 - 3 Boavista FC - Sporting CP Primeira Liga • 1 - 0 FC Porto - SPORTING CP Taça de Portugal • 1 - 1 SPORTING CP B - Oriental Dragon Liga 3 todos resultados
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Current team Sporting CP Number 9 Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2008–2009 JSM Chéraga 38 (19) 2009–2013 CR Belouizdad 98 (32) 2013–2016 Sporting CP 82 (48) 2016–2021 Leicester City 36 (8) 2018 → Newcastle United (loan) 4 (0) 2018–2019 → Fenerbahçe (loan) 15 (1) 2019–2020 → Monaco (loan) 18 (9) 2021–2022 Lyon 30 (4) 2022– Sporting CP 9 (4) National team ‡ 2012– Algeria 85 ( 40) 2013 Algeria A' 1 (1) Men's football Representing Algeria Africa Cup of Nations Winner 2019 Egypt * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17 April 2022 ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 29 March 2022 Islam Slimani ( Arabic: إسلام سليماني; born 18 June 1988) is an Algerian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Primeira Liga club Sporting CP and the Algeria national team.

He is Algeria's all time leading goal scorer with 40 goals. Slimani began his career in his homeland with JSM Chéraga and CR Belouizdad. In 2013, he moved to Europe, signing for Sporting CP. He played and scored regularly during his three seasons in Portugal, helping his team win the Taça de Portugal in 2015. In 2016, Slimani was transferred to Leicester for a club record £28 million fee.

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An Algerian international, Slimani made his international debut in 2012 and played at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2021, and was also a part of the Algeria side that won the 2019 tournament. He was also part of Algeria's squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where he finished as the team's joint top scorer with two goals.

As of March rio ave vs sporting cp, he has won over 80 international caps and scored 40 goals, making him Algeria's highest all-time goalscorer. [3] Contents • 1 Early life • 2 Club career • 2.1 Early career • 2.2 Sporting CP • 2.2.1 2013–14 season • 2.2.2 2014–15 season • 2.2.3 2015–16 season • 2.3 Leicester City • 2.3.1 2016–17 season • 2.3.2 2017–18 season: Newcastle United (loan) • 2.3.3 Fenerbahçe (loan) • 2.3.4 Monaco (loan) • 2.4 Lyon • 3 International career • 4 Career statistics • 4.1 Club • 4.2 International • 5 Honours • 6 References • 7 External links Early life [ edit ] Slimani was born in Algiers, Algeria.

Club career [ edit ] Slimani playing for CR Belouizdad in 2012 Early career [ edit ] In May 2009, Slimani joined CR Belouizdad from JSM Chéraga for a transfer fee of 800,000 Algerian dinars, [4] signing a two-year contract. [5] In August, he made his official debut for the club as a starter against MC Oran in the first week of the 2009–10 Algerian Championnat National.

[6] He finished his first season with Belouizdad with 8 goals in 30 games. On 17 May 2011, Slimani scored four goals in a league game against JS Kabylie, leading CR Belouizdad to an impressive 7–1 win. [7] In July 2011, with his contract expired and several French clubs such as Nice and Le Havre showing interest in signing him, Slimani decided to sign a two-year extension with CR Belouizdad.

[8] Sporting CP [ edit ] 2013–14 season [ edit ] Slimani with Sporting CP in 2014 On 6 August 2013, Slimani joined Sporting CP for an undisclosed fee. [4] He started the 2013–14 season as a substitute, gaining a reputation as an impact player due to him scoring vital goals when coming off the bench.

[4] Due to the lack of form of Fredy Montero, however, Slimani became a starter and scored four goals in four matches in early March 2014 against Rio Ave, Braga, Vitória de Setúbal and in 1–0 over rivals Porto. [4] In December 2013 he was considered the best Algerian footballer of the year as he won the Algerian Golden Ball. 2014–15 season [ edit ] In his second season Slimani was successful as he became a key player. His first goal of the season was in the Derby de Lisboa 1–1 away draw to Benfica.

[9] At European level Slimani scored his first goal against Schalke 04 at Estádio José Alvalade in the last minute to finish 4–2 [10] for Sporting. At the end of the season he finished third in the league, but in the Taça de Portugal he reached the final against Braga on 31 May 2015, slimani scored a goal helping Sporting turn around a two-goal deficit to eventually secure the cup following a penalty shootout 3–1.

[11] where he achieved his first title in his history at the end of the season Slimani played 33 games and scored 15 goals, including 12 in the league. 2015–16 season [ edit ] In the 2015–16 season, Slimani said he would be his last season and aspires to achieve the title of the Primeira Liga absent for 14 years the new and former Benfica coach Jorge Jesus, who said he would rely heavily on Slimani to win the titles and the start was in the Supertaça against Benfica and ended for Sporting with a single goal, achieving his second title.

[12] At the start of the tournament, Slimani scored his first goal against Académica in an away match on 4 October 2015, and in the seventh round against Vitória de Guimarães, he scored his first hat-trick in the Portuguese league.

[13] [14] At the top of the 15th round, Slimani managed to score two goals against Porto's goalkeeper Iker Casillas [15] [16] rio ave vs sporting cp lead the team back to the top of the league.

After rio ave vs sporting cp game, Slimani scored in four consecutive games 6 goals against Vitória de Setúbal, Braga, Tondela and Paços de Ferreira. After two matches, he returned to score twice at Nacional. Before Sporting's league derby match at home, Benfica lodged a complaint against Slimani for assaulting Andreas Samaris with his elbow in a Portuguese Cup match on 21 November 2015. [17] After a long wait and one day before the match, the Portuguese League announced that Slimani could participate in the decisive match for the title.

[18] However, the team lost 1–0 and dropped to second place, behind Benfica. One week later, he scored his 20th goal this season in the match against Estoril. [19] After this meeting, he scored four goals against Belenenses, Marítimo and Moreirense, and Porto. Slimani contributed to the victory at Estádio do Dragão after scoring two goals. [20] In the final round, he scored his 27th goal of the season against Braga. The match ended 4–0 but was not enough for Sporting to win the league title, as Benfica ended with more two points.

That season, Slimani scored 27 goals in the league but finished behind top scorer Jonas, with 32 goals. For the following season, Sporting wanted to retain Slimani but he insisted on leaving the club, and that was finally rio ave vs sporting cp by the administration.

On 28 August 2016, he played his last match against Porto at Estádio José Alvalade and scored his last goal to finish 2–1 for Sporting. [21] Leicester City [ edit ] 2016–17 season [ edit ] Slimani with Leicester City against Manchester United On 31 August 2016, the last day of the 2016–17 summer transfer window in England, Slimani joined Premier League champions Leicester City on a five-year contract. The transfer fee paid to Sporting was reported as £28 million, a club record for Leicester. [22] [23] Leicester had beaten Rio ave vs sporting cp Bromwich Albion to sign Slimani.

[24] On 14 September, he made his debut for Leicester in the UEFA Champions League playing 62 minutes in a 3–0 victory over Club Brugge. [25] Three days later, he made his Premier League debut in a 3–0 victory over Burnley, scoring his side's first two goals.

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{INSERTKEYS} [26] On 27 September, Slimani scored the only goal in Leicester's 1–0 win against Porto in the Champions League group stage after a pass from Algerian national teammate Riyad Mahrez. [27] It was his sixth goal with Iker Casillas in goal in 2016, five of which he netted while with his former club Sporting. [28] [29] After this goal, Slimani failed to score until matchday 11 of the Premier League against West Bromwich Albion from a pass from Mahrez, although Leicester lost 2–1.

[30] Later, on matchday 13, after entering as a substitute, Slimani scored the equalizer for his team from the penalty spot in the last minute against Middlesbrough.

[31] On matchday 15, Slimani helped the Foxes to win against Manchester City 4–2 after he presented two assists for goalscorers Jamie Vardy and Andy King. [32] [33] On 31 December, after five games without a goal, Slimani scored the winning goal against West Ham United at the King Power Stadium to lead his team to win the fifth in the Premier League this season, the last day of 2016.

[34] Slimani scored four of his five league goals from headers, but had only managed a 38% shot accuracy by January 2017. [35] After his participation in the Africa Cup of Nations, Slimani returned to the club injured, which affected the rest of his season where he did not participate very much and scored only two goals, against Sunderland. [36] and against Everton. [37] In the League Cup match against Sheffield United, he scored two goals.

[38] 2017–18 season: Newcastle United (loan) [ edit ] On 31 January 2018, Slimani signed for Newcastle United on loan until the end of the season. [39] [40] A thigh injury prevented him from making his debut for the club, which eventually happened exactly two months after signing, in a 1–0 win over Huddersfield Town, and he was involved in the build-up for the only goal of the game, scored by Ayoze Pérez.

[41] On 15 April, Slimani was again involved in the build-up for the match winning goal in a 2–1 win over Arsenal, after his header was flicked on by Pérez, and into the path of Matt Ritchie.

[42] On 3 May, Slimani was given a three match ban for violent conduct after an off-the-ball incident with West Bromwich Albion's Craig Dawson, effectively ending his season with Newcastle. [43] Fenerbahçe (loan) [ edit ] On 11 August 2018, Slimani joined Süper Lig club Fenerbahçe on a season-long loan. [44] He made his debut on 18 August 2018, he made his debut, playing the full 90 minutes in 1–0 loss to Yeni Malatyaspor.

[45] His first goal for the club came on 1 September 2018 when he scored Fenerbahçe's second goal of their 3–2 loss to Kayserispor. [46] Monaco (loan) [ edit ] On 21 August 2019, Slimani joined Monaco on a season-long loan. [47] Despite scoring nine goals and seven assists in 18 league games before the Ligue 1 season was abruptly concluded due to the COVID-19 pandemic in May, Monaco chose not to give Slimani a permanent contract.

[48] Lyon [ edit ] On 13 January 2021, Slimani signed with Ligue 1 club, Olympique Lyonnais. [49] On 18 January 2021, he made his league debut, coming on as a substitute for Tino Kadewere in the 76th minute, in a 0–1 loss to Metz. He scored his first goal for the club on 9 February in a 5–1 Coupe de France victory against AC Ajaccio. [50] He scored his first league goal for the club on 21 March, after coming on as a substitute, in a 4–2 loss to Paris Saint Germain.

[51] International career [ edit ] In October 2009, Slimani was called up by Abdelhak Benchikha for the first time to the Algeria A' National Team for a week-long training camp in Algiers. [52] In March 2010, Slimani was called up again, this time for a 2011 African Nations Championship qualifier against Libya as a replacement for his injured CR Belouizdad teammate Youcef Saïbi.

[53] However, Slimani did not play in the game as Algeria won 1–0. [54] In May 2012, Slimani was called up for the first time to the Algeria national team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Mali and Rwanda, and the return leg of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Gambia.

[55] On 26 May, he made his debut, coming as a substitute at half-time in a friendly against Niger. [4] A week later, on 2 June, Slimani scored his first international goal for Algeria, netting the third goal in the 4–0 win over Rwanda in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

[56] He followed that up with another goal against Mali in the next game, [57] and then scored another two goals in the following against Gambia.

[58] Slimani was selected for Algeria's squad taking part in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, and played in all three group games in January. [59] Algeria, however, only won one point and were eliminated at the first stage. [60] Algeria qualified for the 2014 World Cup, with manager Vahid Halilhodžić selecting Slimani for his 23-man squad. [61] On 22 June 2014, Slimani scored the opening goal for les Fennecs in a 4–2 group match against South Korea.

He also made an assist for the team's third goal by passing the ball to Abdelmoumene Djabou. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [62] On 26 June, Slimani scored with a header in Algeria's 1–1 draw with Russia, helping the nation qualify for the knockout rounds of the World Cup for the first time ever after failing to do so previously in 1982, 1986 and 2010. [63] In the round of 16 match against Germany, Slimani had a headed goal disallowed in the first half for offside, while later on, his powerful shot at goal was saved by German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.

[64] Algeria eventually lost 2–1 after extra time, but were praised for an excellent campaign throughout the tournament. [64] In Algeria's opening match of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, Slimani scored the final goal in a 3–1 victory over South Africa. [65] Slimani was part of the Algeria team that won the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, [66] scoring one goal in the tournament against Tanzania in the group stage.

[67] On 2 September 2021, Slimani scored four goals in an 8–0 thrashing of Djibouti in qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. [68] On 8 October 2021, he scored a brace in a 6–1 heavy victory over Niger in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying match to become the Algeria's all-time top scorer with 38 goals surpassing Abdelhafid Tasfaout who held the record with 36 goals for 19 years since 2002.

[69] [70] Career statistics [ edit ] Club [ edit ] As of match played 17 April 2022 [71] Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Club Season League National Cup League Cup Continental Other Total Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals CR Belouizdad 2009–10 Algerian Championnat National 30 8 3 1 — 8 [a] 1 — 41 10 2010–11 Algerian Ligue 1 27 10 3 1 — — — 30 11 2011–12 26 10 5 2 — — — 31 12 2012–13 15 4 3 4 — — 2 [b] 2 20 10 Total 98 32 14 8 — 8 1 2 2 122 43 Sporting CP 2013–14 Primeira Liga 26 8 2 2 2 0 — — 30 10 2014–15 21 12 5 1 0 0 7 [c] 2 — 33 15 2015–16 33 27 2 2 1 0 7 [d] 2 1 [e] 0 44 31 2016–17 2 1 — — — — 2 1 Total 82 48 9 5 3 0 14 4 1 0 109 57 Leicester City 2016–17 Premier League 23 7 1 0 — 5 [f] 1 — 29 8 2017–18 12 1 3 0 3 4 — — 18 5 2020–21 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 1 0 Total 36 8 4 0 3 4 5 1 0 0 48 13 Newcastle United (loan) 2017–18 Premier League 4 0 — — — — 4 0 Fenerbahçe (loan) 2018–19 Süper Lig 15 17 3 4 — 7 [g] 6 — 25 27 Monaco (loan) 2019–20 Ligue 1 18 9 0 0 1 0 — — 19 9 Lyon 2020–21 Ligue 1 18 3 3 1 — — — 21 4 2021–22 12 1 0 0 — 4 [g] 3 — 16 4 Total 30 4 3 1 0 0 4 3 0 0 37 8 Sporting CP 2021–22 Primeira Liga 9 4 1 0 — 2 [f] 0 — 12 4 Career total 292 106 34 15 6 4 40 12 3 2 376 139 • ^ Appearances in CAF Confederation Cup • ^ Appearances in UAFA Club Cup • ^ Six appearances and two goals in UEFA Champions League, one appearance in UEFA Europa League • ^ Two appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, seven appearances and one goal in UEFA Europa League • ^ Appearance in Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira • ^ a b Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League • ^ a b Appearances in UEFA Europa League International [ edit ] Slimani being tackled by Tunisian Aymen Abdennour at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations As of match played 29 March 2022 [72] Appearances and goals by national team and year National team Year Apps Goals Algeria 2012 6 5 2013 11 4 2014 13 4 2015 11 7 2016 5 3 2017 9 3 2018 4 0 2019 9 3 2020 0 0 2021 10 9 2022 6 2 Total 85 40 Honours [ edit ] Sporting CP • Taça de Portugal: 2014–15 [73] • Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira: 2015 [74] Algeria • Africa Cup of Nations: 2019 [75] Individual • Algerian Footballer of the Year: 2013 [76] • CAF Team of the Year: 2016 (as a substitute) [77] • Taça de Portugal Final Man of the Match: 2015 [73] • SJPF Player of the Month: December 2015 [78] • Leões/Lions Awards 2016: Player of the Season [79] • Primeira Liga's Forward of the Month: February 2022 [80] References [ edit ] • ^ "Premier League clubs publish retained lists".

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• Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • •Current team Boavista Number 17 Youth career 2007–2010 Porto 2010–2012 Boavista 2012–2017 Rio Ave Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2017–2019 Braga B 6 (1) 2018 → Gondomar (loan) 11 (3) 2019–2021 Rio Ave B 13 (2) 2021 Rio Ave 2 (0) 2021– Boavista 0 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 March 2021 Manuel Maria Melo Machado Cerejeira Namora (born 12 February 1998) is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Boavista as a forward.

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Club career [ edit ] On 23 August 2017, Namora made his professional debut with Braga B in a 2017–18 LigaPro match against Penafiel. [1] On 3 September 2019 it was confirmed, that Namora had returned to Rio Ave.

[2] He was registered for the club's U23-squad. On rio ave vs sporting cp January 2021, Namora made his Primeira Liga debut with Rio Ave in a 1–1 away draw to Sporting CP. [3] On 17 August 2021, he signed a three-year contract with Boavista.

[4] References [ edit ] • ^ "Penafiel - Sp.Braga B 2-1". ForaDeJogo. 23 August 2017. Retrieved 30 August 2017. • ^ Manuel Namora regressa ao Rio Ave (sub23), reisdoave.blogspot.com, 3 September 2019 • ^ "Sporting CP vs.

Rio Ave". Soccerway. 15 January 2021. Retrieved 3 February 2021. • ^ "Manuel Namora assina pelo Boavista FC" (in Portuguese). Boavista. 17 August 2021. Retrieved 21 September 2021. External links [ edit ] • Manuel Namora at ForaDeJogo • Manuel Namora at Soccerway • 1 Bracali • 2 Cannon • 3 Djaló • 4 Ilori • 6 García • 7 Gorré • 9 Musa • 10 Reisinho • 11 Njie • 13 Guito • 14 Reymão • 17 Namora • 18 Vukotić • 20 Ferreira • 21 Porozo • 22 Nathan • 24 Pérez • 25 Hamache • 26 Abascal • 27 De Santis • 36 Ntep • 42 Makouta • 51 Breno • 73 Morais • 77 Santos • 78 Moutinho • 79 Malheiro • 80 Berna • 87 Fran • 90 Beiranvand • 99 Gonçalves • Manager: Petit Add links • This page was last edited on 1 October 2021, at 19:56 (UTC).

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