France 0-2 Spain 2017

Spain line up- De Gea, Carvajal, Pique, Ramos, Alba, Koke, Busquets, Pedro, Iniesta, Morata, Isco.

Spain Substitutes used- Nacho, Herrera, Thiago Alcantara, Deulofeu, Iago Aspas, Silva

France Line up- Lloris, Jallet, Koscielny, Umtiti, Kurzawa, Kante, Tolisso, Rabiot, Griezmann, Gameiro, Mbappe.

France Substitutes used- Lemar, Bakayoko, Dembele, Giroud.

Spain Goal Scorers- David Silva (68), Deulofeu (77).

France twice fell to the decisions made by a video assistant referee during their 2-0 home defeat against Spain. Antoine Griezmann the France footballer thought he had lead his team into three minutes after half time, but the refree Felix Zwayer consulted the officials and the the goal was quickly ruled out offside against Layvin Kurzawa. In the 77th Minute Gerard Deulofeu scored a goal which was intially disallowed but the decision was reversed on consultation of the video assistant.

Portgual 2-3 Sweden 2017

Portugal Line Up- Coentrao Marafona, Cavaco Cancelo, Novo Neto, Bruno Alves, Eliseu, Batalha Martins, Joao Moutinho, Danilo, Renato Sanches, Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva.

Portugal Substitutes Used- Cabral Semedo, Andre Gomes, Afonso Fernandes, Carvalho, Quaresma, Eder.

Sweden Line Up- Johansson, Krafth, Granqvist, Helander, Hult, Claesson, Johansson, Larsson, Larsson, Nyman, Thelin.

Sweden Substitutes Used- Lustig, Jansson, Hiljemark, Durmaz , Berg.

Portugal Goal Scorers- Cristiano Ronaldo(18) & A. Granqvist (OG) (34)

Sweden Goal Scorers- V. Claesson (57,76), Joao Cancelo (OG) (90)

Joao Cancelo scored a dramatic own-goal to give Sweden a 3-2 win over Portugal. Ronaldo drew first blood for the home side by scoring a goal in the 18th Minute. Their second goal arrived just after the half-hour when Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist scored an own goal. Sweden’s Claesson scored goals in the 57 and 76th minutes to draw them level before Cancelo’s last- gasp own goal gave the visitors victory. Continue reading “Portgual 2-3 Sweden 2017”

FC Porto Crowd Attendances 2016-17

Last Updated after Porto vs Feirense.
Highest Attendance was on 6 November 2016- 50019.(Benfica)
Lowest Attendance was on 15 December 2016- 14228.( Belenenses)

DateTeamAttendances
17 August 2016Roma46310
20 August 2016Estoril36210
10 September 2016Vitoria Guimaraes40105
14 September 2016Kobenhavn34325
23 September 2016Boavista31210
22 October 2016Arouca31310
2 November 2016Club Brugge32310
6 November 2016Benfica50019
29 November 2016Belenenses14228
3 December 2016Sporting Braga31219
7 December 2016Leicester City39310
15 December 2016Maritimo22208
19 December 2016Chaves35210
29 December 2016Feirense41305
15 January 2017Moreirense32230
21 January 2017Rio Ave43328
4 February 2017Sporting Cp48329
17 February 2017Tondela35210
22 February 2017Juventus49229
4 March 2017Nacional39230
19 March 2017Vitoria Setubal49417
8 April 2017Belenses41322
23 April 2017Feirense39229

Borussia Dortmund Crowd Attendances 2016-17

Last Updated after Schalke vs Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt.
Highest Attendance was 81360- From a number of games as seen in the table below.
Lowest Attendance was on 22 November 2016- 55094.(Legia Warszawa)

DateTeamAttendances
27 August 2016Mainz81360
17 September 2016Darmstadt81360
23 September 2016Freiburg80800
27 September 2016Real Madrid65849
14 October 2016Hertha BSC80800
26 October 2016Union Berlin79037
29 October 2016Schalke80179
2 November 2016Sporting CP65849
19 November 2016Bayern Munchen81360
22 November 2016Legia Warszawa55094
3 December 2016Borussia Monchengladbach81360
20 December 2016Augsburg81360
4 February 2017RB Leipzig81360
8 February 2017Hertha BSC80500
18 February 2017Wolfsburg56906
4 March 2017Bayer Leverkusen79100
8 March 2017Benfica65849
17 March 2017Ingolstadt81360
4 April 2017Hamburger SV81360
12 April 2017Monaco65849
15 April 2017Eitracht Frankfurt81360