In the game that ended this day, Neto scored in the 52nd minute after, before, at 22, David Simão missed an excellent opportunity to open the scoring, failing a penultimate that Jhonatan defended.
With this result, the Vimaranenses managed to distance themselves from the relegation zone, now being four points above the ‘red line’. The ‘canons’ climbed two positions, now occupying the 14th place 28 points, the same of Vitória de Setúbal (13th) and Paços de Ferreira (15th), while the Boavista is further away from reaching a wave of European access, being in seventh with 37, to six of Rio Ave and Maritime, fifth and sixth classified, respectively.
On the side of Moreirense, compared to the previous day, in which the club minhoto lost 4-3 in Portimão, Petit operated four changes: Iago and Hichem played in the defense axis, while Arsénio and Neto returned to the team.
Jorge Simão made three changes in the ‘eleven’ in relation to the tie 1-1 in the reception to the Tondela of last week, highlighting the return of David Simão, after having been injured. Mesquita and Vítor Bruno were the remaining news.
Moreirense, who got their third consecutive home win, started better, thanks to an irreverent Tozé, but he was unhappy to finish, as he did in the 19th minute when the free-kick almost entered the goal, but Vagner was attentive.
In the first half of the game, Guimaraes had more control, Boavista’s best chance, but David Simão allowed a fine penalty for Sagna’s free-kick on Fábio Espinho, Jhonatan’s defense (22 minutes ).
At half-time, the pace continued to be set by the home side and, on 29 minutes, Tozé, on the left, overtook Idris and fired wide, but the goalkeeper ‘axadrezado’ fought back from the corner.
In the second part, the Moreirense came back in with more breath and the most attacking vein ended up bearing fruit. Ângelo Neto took advantage of a loose ball from the edge of the box and fired the ball past Vagner’s keeper (52 minutes).
Boavista, who had their sixth consecutive defeat away, only responded more than ten minutes later at 63, with Fábio Espinho coming out isolated after a move initiated by Mateus, but Jhonatan anticipated and ’embraced’ the ball.
In the 78th minute, Porto had a great opportunity to