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Aug 29, 2015 at 4.15pm UK at Estadio do Bonfim
SetubalVitoria de Setubal
2-2
Rio AveRio Ave
Claro (80' pen.), Hyun-jun (86')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Yazalde (70'), Vilas Boas (90')

Result: Vitoria de Setubal, Rio Ave share points

Rio Ave score an injury-time equaliser to draw 2-2 at Vitoria de Setubal in the Primeira Liga game at Estadio do Bonfim.

Vitoria de Setubal and Rio Ave have played out a 2-2 draw in the Primeira Liga.

Both teams came into the game unbeaten from their first two league matches and the clash started in feisty fashion, with early yellow cards for Willian Conserva and Alhassan Wakaso.

Vitoria had the better of the first period, with forwards Claro and Suk Hyun-jun testing Rio goalkeeper Cassio, but Helder Guedes could have put the visitors in front when he fired wide.

Both sides struggled to break the other down with Cassio holding firm in the Rio Ave goal, before the away side started to take control of the game in the second half.

Their possession told with 20 minutes remaining when substitute Yazalde, who had only entered the action six minutes earlier, beat Lukas Raeder to break the deadlock.

That lead lasted only nine minutes, however, as Claro converted from the penalty spot after a clumsy challenge by Cassio to earn Setubal a point and preserve their unbeaten run.

Vitoria thought they had won it when Suk netted with four minutes remaining, but Andre Vilas Boas struck in injury time to salvage a point for Rio Ave and ensure both teams' unbeaten runs continued.

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