Last-minute heartbreak

Around 2,000 spectators turned out to watch Vitória de Guimarães B end Portimonense’s three-match unbeaten run last Saturday afternoon.
The hosts scored from their first attack of the game when Areias guided the ball into the net at the far post in the 11th minute.
The Algarveans reacted well to the early setback and came close to leveling the score from a Maurício header, which was just palmed away by the Guimarães keeper.
Shortly before half-time, a Fabrício free kick made sure the encounter hung in the balance, going into the break as the ball cannoned off the underside of the bar and nestled in the back of the net.
Portimonense continued to attack as the second half got under way and Mou Kanazaki almost put manager Vitor Maçãs’ men ahead – however, on the hour mark, it was Guimarães who regained the lead as Crivellaro fired home following a great through ball from Areias.
A share of the points appeared to be the likely outcome after a shot from Zambujo just inside the area had ensured parity once more, shortly before the final whistle, but Telmo had other ideas.
With the final seconds ticking away, the Guimarães substitute picked up the ball in midfield and took it past a static Portimonense defence to beat the exposed Ricardo Ferreira in the Portimonense goal, leaving the final score at 3-2.
Portimonense will be hoping to return to winning ways on Sunday morning when Benfica B visit the municipal stadium for a scheduled 11.15am kick-off. However, the Lisbon team saw off Farense 2-0 last weekend and should prove hard to beat.