Benfica's Serbian winger Lazar Markovic, 20, will become a worldwide star when he completes a move to Liverpool, says his international boss Ljubinko Drulovic.
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Preview: Monaco vs. Benfica
The match will mark the first that Monaco have played against Portuguese opposition since they were defeated in the final of the competition by Porto back in 2004. As for Benfica, they have made 13 trips to France, with four victories to show for their ...
Jonas celebrates hat-trick for Benfica
Striker Jonas was largely successful debut in the jersey of Benfica. The former FC Valencia has indeed scored a hat-trick on Saturday against Sporting Covilha (3-2) and allowed his team to qualify for the next round of the Portuguese Cup. "I am happy ...
Monaco - Benfica
Benfica lost 3-0 at Paris Saint-Germain in last season's group stage. They won the home game 2-1 through a Lima penalty and Nicolás Gaitán's effort. • That made it five wins in their last seven fixtures against Ligue 1 opposition. Overall their record ...
Girabola 2014 - 1º De Agosto Lose to Benfica De Luanda
Luanda — 1º de Agosto lost 1-2 last Saturday to Benfica de Luanda in 11 de Novembro Stadium, in Luanda, at the 27th round of the senior males first division national football championship (Girabola-2014). Benfica goals were scored by Braga and Erick, ...
Bayer Leverkusen bounce back against Benfica to earn their first points
Leverkusen moved up to three points, one behind Zenit St Petersburg and Monaco, who drew 1-1 earlier on Wednesday. Benfica, who were exceedingly weak with not a single shot on or off target for more than an hour, are bottom of the group without a point.
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Will Manchester United Transfer Bust Bebe Fail at Benfica?
Reduced to being a punchline, former Manchester United transfer bust Bebe's bid to make a Diego Forlan-like comeback has stalled at new club Benfica. Bebe is now referred by his first name, Tiago, perhaps a symbolic change to mark life post-United.