Farense beat Casa Pia (3-1) today, on matchday two of the II Liga, marked by the Algarve's turnaround in the second half.
The first half was balanced and the Lisbon side took the lead with Jorge Ribeiro's penalty on 25 minutes.
The player, who had a controversial departure from Faro after an argument with André Geraldes, had an initial gesture of celebration with the South Side Boys cheerleader but later apologized.
The Algarvians tied for the first half discounts. Pedro Simões, who had missed the equalizer on 43 minutes, redeemed himself on 45 + 3, reloading a shot by Filipe Mendes himself.
In the second half, Farense dominated, wasting several chances before securing the victory, with goals from Alvarinho (74) and Fabrício Simões (90 + 2).
In between, Casa Pia also missed two moves that could have reached 2-2, worth the post (83) and guardian Hugo Marques (88).