Sporting downs Setubal behind Montero’s brace

Updated: October 7, 2013

Lisbon, Portugal (Sports Network) – Sporting Lisbon’s unbeaten start continued
with a comfortable 4-0 home win over Setubal that included two goals from
Fredy Montero.

The result gives Sporting 17 points from its first seven games and the club
resides in second place, two points adrift of leaders FC Porto.

Montero fired Sporting in front five minutes before halftime, and the lead was
stretched to 2-0 by Andre Carrillo in the 58th.

Another goal from Montero 19 minutes from time put the result beyond reach,
while Adrien Silva scored from the penalty spot to cap the scoring in the

Montero leads the league with nine goals and Sporting’s next match will come
against first-place Porto after the defending champions won for the sixth time
in seven games by downing Arouca, 3-1.

Jackson Martinez scored twice in Porto’s win to give him seven goals on the

Benfica secured a 2-1 win at Estoril with goals from Lima and Oscar Cardozo to
remain within five points of Porto in third place.

Friday’s lone match saw Rio Ave claim a 1-0 win at Academica after an own goal
from Ferreira, leaving Academica second from the bottom in the league table
with one win.

Belenenses topped Olhanense, 2-0, with a goal in each half from Miguel Rosa,
Gil Vicente held off Pacos Ferreira, 2-1, Nacional collected its fourth win in
seven games by beating Braga, 3-0, while Monday’s match ended with Guimaraes
getting a 1-0 victory over Maritimo thanks to a 78th-minute goal from Marco