March 7. 2021.
Boli double but another draw
Ferencváros played out a 2-2 draw in Zalaegerszeg.

In the Hungarian first football league Ferencváros travelled to Zalaegerszeg on Sunday. We created the first chance but ZTE scored first in the 7th minute. A few minutes after the goal our players started playing more offensively and were close to making it even with several chances but the first half ended with a home lead. In the second half Boli scored two times, both from inside the penalty area. This has been an uplifting period for ours but it ended abruptly: ZTE received a penalty in the 66th minute which Futács converted to a goal and created this way the final 2-2 result.
 
It is positive that we came back from a disadvantage today and that Boli scored another two goals. He is now one goal behind the shared top scorer position between Tokmac and Uzuni.

NB I, Round 25

ZTE FC-FTC 2-2 (1-0)

ZTE: Gyurján – Németh, Bobál, Lesjak – Tanasin, Sankovic, Vass (Szalai, 89.), Tajti (Kovács, 91.), Bedi (Zimonyi, 84.) – Koszta, Futács

FTC: Dibusz – Wingo (Lovrencsics, 77.), Dvali, Mmaee, Civic – Sigér, Somália, Kharaishvili (Tokmac, 66.) – Zubkov ( Gera D., 84.), Uzuni (Mak, 77.), Boli (Baturina, 84.)

Yellow card: Tanasin (44.), Futács (57.), Lovrencsics (78.), Gyurján (85.)

Goals: Koszta (7.), Boli (51., 65.) Futács (68.)

Cikkajánló

Not yet champions

FTC finished 1-1 against Puskás Academy.

Closer to the 32nd

By the goals of Uzuni, Boli, Sigér and Kharaishvili FTC defeated Budafok in NB I.

FTC – Paks: 5-2

A goal-rich victory over Paks to finish the weekend with.

FTC-DVTK 1-0

With Boli’s header we collected three points against DVTK.

Two quick goals and a draw

Zubkov-double, Mak missed a penalty and MTK stood up from 0-2.

Farewell from the cup

Ferencváros suffered a 2-1 defeat from MOL Fehérvár in the Cup and,

Uzuni goal and Dibusz savings: win over Honvéd

Myrto Uzuni scored his 8th goal and won the match for Fradi over Budapest Honvéd.

István Tóth Potya, acknowledged rescuer

The name of the former player and coach of FTC was put on the marble plaque in the Wallenberg Memorial Park.

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