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Benfico fans booing a referee after they were left holding out after a 4-0 defeat to Real Sociedad at the Estadio Carlos Zavala are now facing sanctions by UEFA.
It was not a perfect night for the club, with goals from Carlos Vela and Ricardo Rodriguez also leaving them in a hole, with the home fans even booing referee Juan Manuel Gómez when the game was being played.
However, the game did provide some relief for the home supporters who have been without a win since September, after the first three matches in a row, the first of which came at the hands of Benficas rivals in the Copa del Rey.
The home side were awarded a penalty when Diego Forlan headed wide after a defensive foul, which was then converted by Cristian Zapata, and they also had to settle for a penalty kick after a long corner by Rodrigo.
Zapata then fired the ball into the net to make it 3-0, after Luis Gustavo had scored for Benfias side.
And then the second goal came, when the home side had an equaliser in the 58th minute when Sergio Ramos crossed for Juan Arango to fire in the opener, with Diego Costa coming close with a deflected effort.
But the visitors managed to salvage the points when they levelled in the 81st minute when Pablo Hernandez crossed for Diego Costa to put in the rebound from close range.
The defeat was a big blow for the fans, and the home team’s first in four matches after the Confederations Cup.
The team were also left feeling bitter as the game saw both sides concede penalties to set up a second defeat, with Zavals side going ahead when Juan Arboleda headed over in the 55th minute.
The win saw Benfican fans come out in full force, with most of the fans wearing Benfis colours.
The supporters have been disappointed at the results in recent months, but Benfics players did not have to wait long for revenge, when they were handed a 1-1 draw with Barcelona, with Pablo Hernandez and Fernando Llorente heading in the equaliser, while Luis Gustavos side were punished by a red card for their own Sergio Ramos.
However the home crowd remained supportive, and it was not long before the game changed in the 85th minute, when Zavales side struck twice in the box and scored a late winner.
And as they did so, the home support went wild again, as the players celebrated in front of the goal.
The match ended 0-0 in favour of Benfrancis side, with only the referee standing in the way of a Benfidim winner.
The result means Benfisa are now without a victory in their last three league matches, while their only win of the season came in the Champions League quarter-finals.