SC Braga added three more points after winning, this Thursday, Portimonense by 2-1. In a game marked by the debut of Cristián Borja and Andraz Sporar in the eleven of Braga.
In Minho, the Algarve team took the lead first, through Aylton Boa Morte (24’), but Braga came back in the second half. Lucas Piazon (62’) drew and Ricardo Horta (73’), from a penalty, consummated the turnaround.
With this triumph, Sp. Braga counts 36 points, consolidates third place, moves away from Benfica, which, however, has one less game, and approaches the second place occupied by FC Porto, the team that marked a step in the visit to Belenenses SAD.
For its part, Portimonense continues with 15 points and risks losing 14th place in this 17th round of the championship.