Ferencváros arrived as champions to Fehérvár after the confident victory over Újpest. Today we played with an offensive lineup, with five defenders. This did not stop us from creating the first chance, where Isael and Heister could have taken the lead for ours. The match continued with Fradi dominance and sporadic Fehérvár chances and we took the lead in the 36th minute: Zubkov attacked the goalkeeper who lost the ball and the Ukrainian winger scored from close range. In the second half Zubkov scored his second goal after Isael launched him smartly. Instead of Fradi increasing its lead from further chances, MOL Fehérvár closed up in the 83rd minute. With this, Fradi left the pitch with yet another victory and a significant, 17-point advantage in the league.
NB I, Round 31
MOL Fehérvár-FTC 1-2 (0-1)
MOL Fehérvár: Kovács D. – Bolla, Rus, Musliu, Stopira – Dárdai (Bamgboye, 57.), Nego, Pinto (Alef, 79.), Petrjak – Zivzivadze (Houri, 69.), Nikolics
FTC: Bogdán – Wingo, Botka, Mmaee, Dvali, Heister – Somália, Laidouni (Vécsei, 78.) – Zubkov (Gera D., 70.), Isael (Baturina 70.), Mak (Tokmac, 70.)
Yellow card: Bolla (42.), Pinto (45.), Heister (59.), Mak (66.), Stopira (76.), Gera D. (86.), Rus (88.)
Goal: Zubkov (36., 54.), Nikolics (83.)
Turning from 1-0, Ferencváros defeated Honvéd and closed the season with a record 78 points.
The fan favourite midfielder will continue to work for the success of Ferencváros.
On the season’s last home game, Ferencváros won 2-0 over Mezőkövesd.
By the triumph over Újpest Ferencváros became champion for the third year in a row.
We could not break Kisvárda’s defense and collected only one point.
FTC finished 1-1 against Puskás Academy.
By the goals of Uzuni, Boli, Sigér and Kharaishvili FTC defeated Budafok in NB I.
A goal-rich victory over Paks to finish the weekend with.