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Rabia starts as Sporting B lose against V. Guimarães B
Sporting B: L.Ribeiro, A.Geraldes, D. Duarte, Sambinha, Mica Pinto, Rabia, Wallyson, F.Geraldes, Dramé, Gelson & Rubio.
The visitors’ opened the scoring with just one minute on the clock through João Vigário but Sporting responded with two quick-fire goals of their own with Diego Rubio and Dramé finding the back of the net to overturn the deficit with just ten minutes on the clock.
Vitória hit back with Areias scoring either side of half-time to make the score 2-3, which is how it ended and with this defeat, Sporting B’s 11-game unbeaten run at home came to an end.
Although Sporting B relinquished second-place today, it’s worth remembering that they cannot be promoted even if they do finish in the top two.
Rabia has now made nineteen appearances for Sporting B this season, fifteen of which have been made in 2015.
Sporting B’s next game will be a mini classico against Benfica B on Sunday afternoon.