All needed to wait 77 minutes for the winning goal by Boli. The champion title holder Ferencváros host DVTK in the Groupama Arean in Round 24 today. The opponent is based in the lower half of the standings but this did not quite show in the beginning of the match. Although our team played with high dominance and created several chances, the score board showed 0-0 in the end of the first 45 minutes. In the second half we speeded up the game even more and head coach Rebrov sent in several substitutes to bring new blood to the pitch. The growing offense resulted in the only goal of the match in the 77th minute. First, Dibusz needed to save a DVTK shot then we turned and Boli headed into the net after Civic’s crossing. We aimed at scoring the second goal as well, but that did not happen tonight.
Nonetheless, we left the pitch with another win and continue our march towards winning the next title.
NB I, Round 24
FTC – DVTK 1-0 (0-0)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna
FTC: Dibusz – Botka (Wingo, 7.), Blazic, Mmaee (Dvali, 66.), Heister (Civic, félidőben) – Haratin, Laidouni – Tokmac (Kharaishvili, 66.), Uzuni, Zubkov – Boli Head coach: Sergei Rebrov
DVTK: Malenica - Grgić, Milović, Hegedűs J., Pikk - Márkvárt, Živulić, Max - Dražić, Grozav, Ivanovski Head coach: Zoran Zekić
Yellow card: Laidouni (84.), illetve Milovic (59.), Márkvárt (68.), Hegedűs (90.)
Goal: Franck Boli (77.)
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.
Ferencváros played out a 2-2 draw in Zalaegerszeg.
Zubkov-double, Mak missed a penalty and MTK stood up from 0-2.
Ferencváros suffered a 2-1 defeat from MOL Fehérvár in the Cup and,
Myrto Uzuni scored his 8th goal and won the match for Fradi over Budapest Honvéd.
The name of the former player and coach of FTC was put on the marble plaque in the Wallenberg Memorial Park.