FC Porto will have to consider buying a new souvenir treasury because it is awash with titles. The football club has already crowned the Portuguese champion for the 30th time in its history with a victory on Saturday in Lisbon at Benfica (1-0), who finished third in the standings behind former winner Sporting.
Nigerian Zidu Sanusi scored the decisive goal on a counter-attack in stoppage time, 16 distances from Benfica.
Goal: Double Cup Championship
Thus, the first two obtain direct access to the group stage of the European Champions League, while Benfica, who reached the C1 quarter-finals this season, qualify for the third preliminary round of the European football competition.
The year is booming for Porto. Prior to their first league defeat this season, which conceded their own net in Braga on the 31st day (1-0), the club and its coach Sergio Conceicao set a new unbeaten record in the Portuguese league with 58 games unbeaten. In addition, Porto will be able to conclude their season with a double, as the club from northern Portugal will face 16th-placed Tondela in the Portuguese Cup final scheduled for May 22.