Ana Vitória, midfielder for the women’s football team benficasees in the trip to Marítimo, in a meeting referring to the 11th round of the qualifying phase of the champion of the BPI League“another final” towards the goal of an era: to win the championship twice.
The Brazilian international expects greater aggression from the Marítimo team in the duel scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on Sunday May 1, not least because at the home of the islanders “there has never been an easy match”.
“We expect a very difficult game, it’s a different ground, Marítimo plays at home and their players will be more aggressive. We’ve never had an easy game there. It’s a final, now it’s all finals“, he underlined, considering the current 3rd place in the race as a” very competent team “.
“She is motivated to try to move forward. It’s up to us to prepare and impose our game. We are working hard and motivated to achieve our goal. We are very focused and determined“, added Ana Vitoria to the BTV.
The Brazil international took the opportunity to appeal to the supporters on a weekend where the men’s main team will also face Marítimo in Madeira: “I hope there will be a lot of supporters who can accompany the team male and female.”
THE recent success for Benfica’s U19 side in the Youth League it was a source of pride for the working group of which Ana Vitória is part. “Without a doubt that accompanied, with much happiness and pride. It wasn’t just the win, it was a great game to watch. The quality of Benfica’s training is no secret.”
So missing for the moment four days before the end of the competition. After the trip to Madeira, the derby, with Benfica and Sporting playing the 12th round at 4 p.m. on Sunday May 8 at the Estádio da Luz. The following weekend saw a trip to the home of FC Famalicão, with the BPI League ending on May 22, with the eagles hosting Vilaverdense.