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PORTUGUESE LIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 FC Porto 7 1 0 22
2 Sporting 6 2 0 20
3 Benfica 5 2 1 17
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Porto coach defends decision to drop Iker Casillas for Jose Sa

RB Leipzig and Porto traded goals in the first half, but Jean-Kevin Augustin's proved to be decisive for the Germans.

Porto coach Sergio Conceicao has defended his decision to drop Iker Casillas and instead play Jose Sa in goal in Tuesday's 3-2 defeat to RB Leipzig in the Champions League.

Sa, a former Portugal youth international, was adjudged to have been at fault for Leipzig's first goal when he failed to hold Bruma's shot, leaving Leipzig captain Willi Orban with a tap-in.

Former Real Madrid captain Casillas, who won the Champions League three times with Los Blancos, has started Porto's previous two group matches...

 By Tom Marshall

Porto boss not happy with Osorio's plans for Mexico internationals

Herculez Gomez assesses which of the qualified CONCACAF teams can make the deepest run at the World Cup.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio and his staff have been putting together individualized plans for El Tri players so they arrive at the World Cup in peak condition next summer, but the idea wasn't met very positively by Porto coach Sergio Conceicao.

Conceicao currently has four Mexican national team players at his club -- Miguel Layun, Hector Herrera, Jesus "Tecatito" Corona and Diego Reyes -- and appeared to object to Osorio's perceived interference.

"Absolutely ridiculous," was Conceicao's take...