Farense lost today on their visit to Tondela's ground, 2-0, after a terrible second half, which condemned the Algarvians in the match of the 16th round of the 1st soccer league.
After a few minutes of getting used to the 3-4-3 tactical system that coach Sérgio Vieira chose, Farense began to put more pressure on the first phase of building the venues, which accumulated several errors when trying to leave the game.
The Algarve's first goal came in the 19th minute, when Scottish midfielder Ryan Gauld took an incomplete cut and fired in Mbaye's defense.
At 22 minutes, Licá, at the first post, deflected out a cross by Fábio Nunes and, close to the break, Cláudio Falcão headed to the side after a free-kick (37).
Tondela opened the scoring in the first minute after the restart (46), in a play on the right by Jhon Murillo, who served midfielder João Pedro for a successful cross shot.
Farense tried to react immediately, but in a tenuous way, with Madi Queta shooting close to the right post of the Beira goal (52), while Tondela, more calm, patiently tried to reach Defendi's goal.
Sérgio Vieira made some changes, in the 'eleven' and in the system, but the Faro team rarely created danger, seeing only Enzo Martinez, with a cut over the goal, take a goal to Stojiljkovic at 83.
In discounts, at 90 + 3, with the Algarve most exposed, Tondela sealed the triumph with the second goal, signed by Rafael Barbosa after Gonzalez's pass.
Farense, who remain in the 17th and penultimate position, with 12 points, will play on Thursday, in the opening game of the 17th round, the last of the first round of the championship, with the reception to Santa Clara (15:00 hours).