The Portuguese national team, with Verissimo, Gilberto, David Neres and Morato, defeated Santa Clara and relegated Porto to runners-up.
After a long wait of four years, Benfica is once again the king of Portuguese football. Like a true 2019 scenario, the title was decided on the last day, with a crushing 3-0 victory over Santa Clara, a team that had already suffered defeat against the Encarnados in their previous conquest. Goncalo Ramos, Rafaelva and Grimaldo scored the winning goals.
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With this glorious result, Benfica, the most successful club in the history of the Portuguese league with 38 titles, concludes this competition with 87 points, two points ahead of Porto, who also won their match against Vitoria de Setubal on Saturday.
Four Brazilians at the top
The victorious Benfica team, crowned Portuguese champions for the 2022/23 season, proudly includes four Brazilian players: defenders Lucas Verissimo, ex-Santos, and ex-Sao Paulo player Morato, as well as right-back Gilberto, who played for Fluminense, and striker David Neres, former Ajax prodigy.