Sporting 1-0 Feirense; Santa Clara 4-2 Boavista; Belenenses 0-0 Setubal
Sporting's late winner over Feirense means that Sporting keep tabs on Braga, and Feirense's unbeaten start to the campaign comes to an end - while newcomers Santa Clara claim their first victory of the season.
Feirense have most certainly been the surprise package this season, having made an unbeaten start to the league campaign despite last season only narrowly avoided relegation by a single point.
And their start to the season has been far from straightforward; beginning by welcoming last season's 'best of the rest' Rio Ave to their home in Santa Maria da Feira, they triumphed in convincing fashion, earning a 2-0 that saw them get off to the perfect start. They followed that up in an even more impressive fashion, getting a narrow, last-gasp victory over Vitoria Guimaraes, who invested in their squad heavily in the summer, bringing in big names such as Andre Andre and Joao Carlos Teixeira, before getting a very respectable 1-1 draw against 2001 Primeira Liga champions Boavista.
However, they went into the clash with Sporting knowing they were in for an entirely new test, with this year's Europa League champions a major contender for lifting the title.
They held their own, though, showing excellent defensive resilience and a good discipline to withstand heavy Sporting pressure, while also looking dangerous on the few occasions they managed to get on the attack. Impressive defending from Feirense's Caio was also crucial in allowing Feriense to stay in the game until late on.
However, it just proved too much for the underdogs who, in the 88th minute, conceded a well-worked goal that was tapped in by substitute Jovane Cabral. A painful sucker-punch for Feirense, who were minutes away from extending their unbeaten start to the season, and can hold their heads up high.
Meanwhile, Primeira Liga newcomers Santa Clara got their first win of the season after an enthralling 4-2 victory over Boavista. The pick of the goals was Osama Rashid's free-kick on the hour mark, which was beautifully curled into the top corner.