Sporting beat Porto in the final of the European roller hockey league 4-3 in a Portuguese final, in which the 4 best teams to reach the semi-finals were all Portuguese, a modality where Portugal continues to dominate.
It was necessary to go to extra time to know who would be the winner of the European Roller Hockey League, in a Portuguese final between Sporting and Porto, it was the Lisbon team to lift the European trophy.
The trophy was played in Luso with both presidents in the stands, Pinto da Costa and Frederico Varandas, FC Porto got into the game better with goals from Reinaldo García and Gonçalo Alves.
Sporting CP also reduced before the end of the first half by Platero and Ferrán Font saw the red with the referee signalling aggression on Reinaldo García.
Sporting would, however, restore equality, for Toni Pérez in a period when he was playing with one less after Poka saw the blue card, it was 2-2 that the second half ended, requiring extra time to find the winner.
It was almost at the beginning of the complementary time that Toni Pérez first and Gonzalo Romero scored for Sporting with Porto reducing by Gonçalo Alves in the second half of extra time.
Porto would end up still without a coach, Guillem Cabestany was sent off and with the expulsion of Reinaldo García, for having entered the field before his teammate left.
Bicampeões Europeus! 🏆
— Sporting Clube de Portugal (@Sporting_CP) May 16, 2021