FTC visited Vasas in the 5th round of MOL Hungarian Cup series. The Ferencváros players dominated the game throughout the match and created a comfortable 2-0 victory. The goals were scored by captain Botka in the 9th and by Ryan Mmaee in the 73rd minutes.
With this victory we advanced in the Cup and encounter Budapest Honvéd in the next round, on March 2nd.
MOL Hungarian Cup, Round 5
Vasas – FTC 0-2 (0-1)
Budapest, Illovszky Rudolf Stadion
Vasas: Uram – Szivacski, Szilágyi, Litauszki, Silye (Ihrig-Farkas, 81.) – Berecz, Iyinbor, Hidi (Pátkai, 81.) – Hinora (Cipf, 72.), Szalai (Feczesin, a szünetben), Szilágyi (Márkvárt, a félidőben)
Head coach: Kuttor Attila
FTC: Bogdán – Wingo, Blazic, S. Mmaee, Botka – Laidouni, Vécsei – Zubkov (Zachariassen, 72.), Tokmac (Szánthó, 83.), Gavric (Mak, 60.) – Boli (R. Mmaee, 60.)
Head coach: Stanislav Cherchesov
Yellow card: Szilágyi (52.), Hinora (69.), resp. Botka (75.)
Goals: Botka (9.), R. Mmaee (73.)
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Owusu Kwabena joins our men's football team from former qualification opponents Qarabag.
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ZTE equalized after Marquinhos' goal, and then we won 2-1 thanks to Traoré's goal!
Three-time Slovakian champion and cup winner Myenty Abena will continue his career at Ferencváros.
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