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Lawrence Ofori nets 2 goals to ensure Benfica B defeat

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On Sunday afternoon in the Portuguese second division, Moreirense defeated Benfica B 7-4 thanks to two goals from Ghana’s Lawrence Ofori.

At the break, the score was 2-0, and the second half was insane with nine goals—six of them in only 13 incredible minutes between the minutes 72 and 85.

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Higor Platiny made it 1-0 from the penalty spot in the 29th minute, and Camacho increased the lead in the 35th.

After the break, Andreas Schjelderup scored for the Reds for the first time in the 53rd minute to make it 2-1, but Moreirense only needed four minutes to make it 3-1 with Rafael Santos’ goal.

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Henrique Pereira scored one of the most wonderful goals, reducing the score to make it 3-2 in the 72nd minute. At 74 minutes, Pedro Santos made it 3-3, but Moreirense managed to respond and did it in a superior and effective way.

In eight minutes, Alanzinho (75th minute), Kobamelo Kodisang (78th minute), and Lawrence Ofori (83rd minute) gave Moreirense a 6-3 score.

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Benfica B still responded with a penalty, by Filipe Cruz in the 85th minute and the game remained open with several approaches from both sides, culminating in the final 7-4 scored by Lawrence Ofori, the only player to score twice in the encounter. 


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