LISBON, Portugal (AP) -- Marc Janko's impressive start with FC Porto continued Sunday as the Austria international contributed a goal in a 3-1 victory over Setubal to keep the pressure on Portuguese leader Benfica.
Janko collected a Joao Moutinho pass and squeezed through the Setubal defense to open the scoring after three minutes for his third goal in three games -- the best start to a Porto career in 15 years.
Fernando took a Hulk pass to score the second in the 26th minute before Albert Myeong pulled one back for Setubal in the 75th.
Silvestre Valera's 79th-minute goal sealed a win that moved the defending champions to within two points of Benfica, which is at Guimaraes on Monday.
Also, Sporting Lisbon beat Pacos Ferreira 1-0.