Saturday afternoon the first Hungarian league continued with a home encounter against Haladás. The opponents took the last place prior to the match but had two wins in the las rounds over Honvéd and Ùjpest. Our players took an offensive start but the supporters had to wait for the first bigger chances. The first half ended with 0-0, even if Lanzafame scored a marvelous scissors goal which - mistakenly – the referee annulled. In the second half however the Haladás defense could not resist the FTC attacks any longer and first Lovrencsics scored a rocket, then Sigér finished a beautiful action.
With this two-goal victory FTC is one step closer to winning the 30thchampionship title and Haladás to being relegated to the second league.
NB I, Round 25
FTC-Haladás 2-0 (0-0)
FTC: Dibusz - Lovrencsics, Botka, Blazic, Heister (Leandro, 54.) - Haratin, Sigér - Isael (Tokmac, 69.), Gorriara, Varga R. - Lanzafame (Sihnevich, 83.)
Haladás: Király - Schimmer, Saláta (Kolcák, 65.), Tamás, Németh Milán - Dausvili - Ivanov, Rui Pedro, Holdampf (Mészáros, 84.), Ofosu (Rózsa, 73.) - Bamgboye
Yellow: Daushvili (27.), Tamás (51.), Leandro (56.), Király (72., 72.), Bamgboye (90.)
Red: Király (72.)
G.: Lovrencsics (69.), Sigér (78.)
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