A record 35 goals were scored in the finals in Lisbon as Kairat Almaty reclaimed the title from FC Barcelona. Watch highlights of all four games on UEFA.com.
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Record crowds watched a UEFA Futsal Cup finals with an unprecedented number of goals in Lisbon and UEFA.com has highlights of all four games.
Kairat Almaty seemed to be heading for victory against ISK Dina Moskva when the Russian side scored twice in the last two minutes to force extra time. The ten minutes produced five more goals with Kairat running out 7-4 winners.
The second game was played out in front of a tournament record 12,076 crowd, who were thrilled as Sporting Clube de Portugal took the lead against FC Barcelona and then fought back from 3-1 down to equalise. However there was no extra time as two last-minute goals by Barcelona, including a strike from keeper Paco Sedano right on the whistle, took the holders into the final 5-3.
Sporting ensured some cheer for the home fans as they came from behind to beat Dina 8-3 for third place. Alex, whose experience in this competition goes back to 2002/03, scored four goals.
Kairat, the only previous side to beat Barcelona in the 2013 semi-finals, did so again 3-2 to reclaim the trophy they won two years previously. The decisive goal was scored by Igor, who lifted the trophy with Barcelona in 2012 and 2014.