After a recent victory over MOL Fehérvár FC in the league, our team met Fehérvár once again in the domestic Cup. The final result was already created in the first half by three Fehérvár goals. First, Nikolics scored from a penalty in the 8th minute, then Stopira scored two more times: once into his own goal and once in the 40th minute to our goal. Although it has been a match with big battles and even with Fradi-dominance, this time we did not manage to equalize and win in the end. With this 2-1 defeat, we say farewell to the MOL Hungarian Cup for this season.
MOL Hungarian Cup, Round 9
FTC – MOL Fehérvár FC 1-2 (1-2)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna
FTC: Dibusz – Botka (Lovrencsics, 63.), Blazic, Mmaee, Civic – Haratin (Sigér, 76.), Laidouni – Zubkov (Kharaishvili, 76.), Tokmac, Uzuni – Boli Head coach: Sergei Rebrov
MOL Fehérvár FC: Kovács – Nego, Musliu, Stopira, Fiola, Hangya – Funsho, Alef, Petrjak (Bolla, 77.) – Zivzivadze, Nikolics Temp. coach: Szalai Tamás
Goals: Stopira (13. – own goal) resp. Nikolics (8. – penalty), Stopira (40.)
Yellow card: Botka (19.), Mmaee (95.) resp. Petrjak (17.), Nikolics (22.), Stopira (40.), Fiola (73.)
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