Benfica won 4-1 at home to Marítimo with two goals from former Barcelonista Nolito, one of the Spanish also Rodrigo Moreno and another Brazilian Bruno César, and persists in a tight battle for the top two positions of the League Lusa.
The figure was the undisputed exbarcelonista match to excel in the first half with two goals and assist Benfica Rodrigo and Bruno César in the other two goals.
Fifteen minutes into the game, a Nolito well positioned in the field goal finished off a pass from Pablo Aimar in a move initiated by Maxi Pereira.
Five minutes later, returned to the charge, assisted in a swift counter-attack by the Argentine Saviola, and scored a brilliant goal with a highway when passing the opposing defense.
The two goals placed at Cadiz as the second top scorer in the Benfica and sixth in la Liga, with ten goals scored in the championship.
The Marítimo, who fights with Sporting for fourth place, tried to stop Benfica in the second half with a goal from Brazilian Philipe Fidelis in a face to face with the goalkeeper.
However, the lead "red" is reassembled with the entry of Spanish-Brazilian Rodrigo, who in the first bunt (min. 65) and Nolito pass, scored the third goal.
The exbarcelonista gave a pass on the right foot to left Bruno César, who was in charge of closing the scoring with his fourth goal of the game.
In Benfica alignment also highlighted the start of the Spanish Joan Capdevila, who started as a starter, and Javi García, who played the last 25 minutes of the game in place of Aimar. (via SPORT)