On Saturday 10 February, six Portuguese players playing abroad scored a goal. A video review of each of their accomplishments.
And 9 goals for Diogo Jota in the English Premier League this season. The Portuguese striker started alongside Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz, and opened the scoring for Liverpool after half an hour of play against Burnley. We understand better why Jurgen Klopp so admires him.
David Pereira da Costa
He also doesn't stop. While he had been down for several months at RC Lens, David Pereira da Costa has returned to the scene in recent weeks. The Portuguese youth international has scored three goals in his last three matches, including this one against Strasbourg. Due to the seriousness of the French league that leaves no goal lying around online, you will only be able to see this goal through flash Same thing here. The art of selling your product well.
Two goals in one week, Goncalo Ramos restores his place in the Paris Saint-Germain striker hierarchy. Less used by Luis Enrique, the former Benfica striker earned his side an equalizer against LOSC. A goal that revived the Parisian machine in this match, which will benefit it, and you will not be able to see it unless you press here.
Daniel Podence, loaned to Olympiacos this summer from Wolverhampton, scored the third goal for Piraeus, against OFI Crete. The Portuguese winger took advantage of a mistake by the opponent's defender to play against his opponent before deceiving the goalkeeper.
Also on loan from Wolves, this time this winter, Fabio Silva is starting to make his mark at Rangers. Having already scored against Livingston last weekend, the 21-year-old striker puts the lid on again in the Scottish Cup, against Ayr (D2). Maybe the start of a great second part of the season.
Leicester, the leaders of the championship this season, can rely on its captain, Ricardo Pereira. During the 31st day of the tournament against Watford, the 30-year-old full-back, who had been repositioned in midfield for the occasion, scored a beautiful goal after serving on Sporting Lisbon loanee, Abdel Fatawu.