A man was stabbed during the celebrations of FC Porto as champion of the Portuguese League
A man died after an argument in which he was stabbed this morning in the Portuguese city of Porto when he was celebrating the victory of the “dragons” in the Portuguese league, according to police sources.
The victim was celebrating Porto’s victory near the state of Dragao when he was involved in an argument and was mortally wounded by a knife.
According to the local Porto police, a woman was accompanying him and was also injured. The assailant, police added, had fled when officers arrived.
Porto won the Portuguese championship last night after winning 1-0 against Benfica in the Luz state, in Lisbon.
The team traveled to Porto early in the morning to celebrate the victory with hundreds of fans gathered around the Estadio do Dragao.
Porto won this Saturday by 0-1 the classic against Benfica at the La Luz stadium in Lisbon, thus ensuring the conquest of the Portuguese League, the 30th in its history.
The only goal of the game came in the 94th minute through the Nigerian Zaidu, enough to guarantee the title of champion for the “dragons”, who needed at least a draw to celebrate at their main opponent’s home.
In a duel with few opportunities for both teams, Benfica was superior in the second half and he even threatened to embitter Porto’s party with a goal from Uruguayan Darwin Núñez, in the 51st minute, which would end up being annulled by the VAR for offside.
The new Portuguese champions managed to withstand the pressure and speed of the “eagles”, who, despite being better on the field, did not create much danger for the opponent.
One day before the end of the season, Porto wins the title with 88 points, nine more than Sporting, second and with one game less but no chance of reaching Sérgio Conceição’s team.
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