Stoppage for Sporting. After having chained four successes in a row, including two in the Champions League, the Leoes fell on the lawn of Boavista (1-2). Blame it on a double from Bruno Lourenco. The Portuguese opened the scoring in added time in the first half and then restored his team's lead seven minutes from time with a penalty.
Meanwhile, the English striker Marcus Edwards had put the Lisbon people up to their opponents of the day. With this result, OM's next opponents in C1 are provisionally tenth and could be 11 points behind leader Benfica at the end of the 7th day on Sunday evening.
Before receiving Maritimo, the Águias saw one of their main competitors: Porto drop two points at Estoril (1-1). And the addition could have been saltier for the Dragoes if Mehdi Taremi had not equalized after additional time from the penalty spot (90th + 9) in response to a Tiago Gouveia goal in the first act.