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Benfica 2018/19 Away kit XL

Benfica 2018/19 Away kit XL

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Condition: ★★★★★  

This kit is in excellent condition and the size is XL. This jersey uses Adidas ClimeLite Technology.

The 2018/2019 season was a notable one for S.L. Benfica, one of Portugal's top football clubs. They had a successful season in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in the 2018/2019 season:

  1. Primeira Liga (Liga NOS): Benfica won the Primeira Liga title, finishing first in the league. They secured the championship with 87 points, ahead of their main rivals, FC Porto.

  2. Taca de Portugal (Portuguese Cup): In the Taca de Portugal, Benfica reached the semifinals but was eliminated by Sporting CP.

  3. Taca da Liga (League Cup): Reached the Semi-Finals.

  4. UEFA Champions League: In the UEFA Champions League, Benfica competed in the group stage. They finished third in their group, which meant they did not advance to the knockout rounds. They went on to compete in the UEFA Europa League.

  5. UEFA Europa League: After dropping into the Europa League, Benfica made it to the quarterfinals, where they were eliminated by Eintracht Frankfurt.

Overall, the 2018/2019 season was successful for Benfica, with a domestic league title and a Taca da Liga victory. However, their performances in the UEFA competitions were less remarkable.

During the 2018/2019 season, S.L. Benfica had several key players who made significant contributions to the team's success in various competitions. Some of their standout players that season included:

  1. João Félix: João Félix was one of the breakout stars of the season. The young Portuguese forward had an outstanding campaign, scoring goals and providing assists. His performances attracted attention from top European clubs, and he later made a big-money move to Atletico Madrid.

  2. Pizzi: Pizzi, a Portuguese midfielder, had a strong season, contributing with goals and assists. He was an important playmaker for Benfica and played a crucial role in their midfield.

  3. Haris Seferović: The Swiss striker had a productive season in terms of goal-scoring. He was often a reliable source of goals for Benfica in both domestic and European competitions.

  4. Rúben Dias: Rúben Dias was a key figure in Benfica's defense. He was known for his solid defending and leadership on the field. His performances earned him recognition as one of the top defenders in Portugal.

  5. Alex Grimaldo: The Spanish left-back, Alex Grimaldo, was an important part of Benfica's defense and also contributed with assists from the back. His attacking runs and defensive capabilities made him a valuable asset to the team.

  6. Andreas Samaris: Andreas Samaris, a Greek midfielder, was a part of Benfica's squad that season. He was known for his versatility, capable of playing in various midfield positions. Samaris had been with Benfica for several seasons and was one of the Greek players representing the club during that time.                                           
  7. Odysseas Vlachodimos: The Greek goalkeeper was an important figure in Benfica's defense that season, providing crucial saves and helping the team maintain a strong defensive record.                                                                            
  8. Taarabt: Taarabt is known for his technical skills and ability to control the midfield.                                                                                                                       
  9. Jota: He is an attacking midfielder and was considered a promising talent in the youth setup. However, his involvement in the senior team might have been limited.

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