Black Cats well beaten by Benfica

Kenwyne Jones and Marton Fulop's returns could not prevent Sunderland from suffering a 2-0 defeat to Benfica in the Amsterdam Tournament.

Last Updated: 24/07/09 at 22:28 Post Comment

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The Black Cats, who have confirmed the signing of Lorik Cana from Marseille, went behind in the 32nd minute when Danny Collins, who took the armband for the evening, brought down Javier Saviola in the area and Oscar Cardozo sent Fulop the wrong way from the spot.

Maxi Pereira sealed the win for the Portuguese side with the second 10 minutes after the break.

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