Our team achieved a great result last week in Zagreb: the players left the pitch then with 1-1 giving us some advantage for the return match against the more experienced Croatian team. Today in the second leg however this did not help: the opponents scored relatively early again and although we had a very strong last 15 minutes in the first half, all chances were missed, stopped by the goalkeeper or the goalpost.
This was enough for the Croatians to exploit two easy mistakes we made in the beginning of the second half: they extended their lead to 3-0 making our task close to impossible. Then the referee sent off Civic with his second yellow card after a slight foul leaving our team no chance to come back to the game. In the remaining parts we still did not give up and even had chances but the Croatians scored once again and lastly even missed a penalty.
Although this is a painful defeat, we continue in the play-off of the Europa League next week.
Ferencváros–Dinamo Zagreb 0-4 (0-1)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna. Referees: Ruddy Buquet (francia)
Ferencváros: Dibusz – Lovrencsics G., Blazic, Dvali, Civic – Sigér, Haratin – Zubkov, Skvarka (Heister, 71.), Tokmac (Varga R., 65.) – Szihnyevics (Boli, 84.). Vezetőedző: Sergei Rebrov
Dinamo Zagreb: Livakovic – Stojanovic, Dilaver, Peric, Leovac – Moro, Ademi, Dani Olmo (Situm, 83.) – Hajrovic (Majer, 77.), Petkovic, Orsic. Vezetőedző: Nenad Bjelica
Goals: Ademi (16.), Petkovic (47.), Olmo (55.), Gojak (79.)
Yellow: Civic (23., 69.), Heister (88.), respAdemi (24.), Hajrovic (28.), Majer (90.)
Red: Civic (69.)
Tickets are now being sold for the home game of our football team against Suduva.
Ferencvárosi Torna Club and Hungarian Interchurch Aid helps the children in need with school supplies.
One-goal win over Kaposvár in the new Hungarian season.
FTC Women’s Football won 2-0 over the Moldavian champion on Saturday.
In the end of a huge battle the teams finished 1-1 in the Champions League qualifier.
Franck Boli, scorer of most goals of the last Norwegian season will continue his career at Fradi.
Tickets are now being sold for the second leg of the Champions League Qualifiers game against Dinamo Zagreb.
Let 31st of July be the European Day of Care!