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Braga trashed Moreirense 4-0 as they take third place spot on the Primeira Liga table.(Opinion)

By _iamche_ | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2 views

Braga served Moreirense a big 4-0 trashing away from home as take third place spot on the Primeira Liga table.

Braga played their latest fixture in the Primeira Liga against Moreirense away from home and picked up three away points as they defeated Moreirense by a big 4-0 score. Braga impressed when they scored three goals in the first half of the match and one goal in the second half as they got away with a clean sheet. Braga were 3-0 up in as early as the 22nd minute of the match and they saw a goal cancelled out by VAR in the early third minute of the match as they almost made it 4-0 in the first half. Braga's Fransergio, Andre Castro and Raul Silva scored in the first half as Andre Horta scored for Braga in the second half. Moreirense who had the home ground advantage failed to make an impression in the match but they saw Mathues Silva suffer a injury in the 66th minute of the match as he were carried off the field being replaced by Steven Vitoria.

Braga opened the scoring early in the 7th minute as Fransergio made it 1-0 for the visitors. Braga extended their lead to 2-0 when Andre Castro scored just 10 minutes later in the 17th minute of the match. Five minutes later Raul Silva scored Braga's third goal as he found the back of the net in the 22nd minute. Braga were leading the match 3-0 at the half time break. Braga scored their fourth goal in the 87th minute of the match when Andre Horta scored his goal. Braga managed to win the match 4-0 in the end.

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