Porto won the Portuguese trophy by defeating Tondola 3-1 at the National Stadium in Oyras in the final of the tournament.
Porto’s goals: Mehdi Dharmi twice, and Witt. Borges scored Tondola’s only goal.
Porto increased their tally to 18 Portuguese Cup titles, second only to Benfica with 26 titles.
Porto ended his partnership with Sporting Lisbon, winning 17 titles at the tournament.
Porto finished the domestic doubles after winning the Portuguese league this season under coach Sergio Concikao.
Porto won the domestic doubles for the seventh time in its history in a successful domestic season.
Porto defeated traditional rivals Benfica and Sporting to win the title.
Tondola played in the first final of the trophy in his history, the same season he finished 17th in the Portuguese league – occupying the final and eliminated from the first division.
The two teams will meet again at the Portuguese Super Cup at the end of next July.
Porto advanced from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute through Iranian Mehdi Taremi.
Porto doubled the lead through Vitina in the 52nd minute after defensive turmoil.
Dormy had a chance to score the third goal with a penalty kick in the 66th minute, but he missed it after it bounced off the post.
The match ignited in the 73rd minute when Tondella narrowed the gap with Borges with a powerful header.
But Dharmi came back a minute later and killed the match with the third goal, raising his score to 26 goals in various matches this season.
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