The men’s football league continued for Fradi with an encounter against Paks in Budapest. It has been a great win for us but the opponents took the lead already in the 2nd minute from a penalty. The disadvantage did not leave a big mark on our team’s performance, we created chance after chance, just had trouble with the conversion in the first half. We managed to equalize anyways: Civic curved the ball to Laidouni in the 23rd minute, who headed to the net nicely (1-1). After half time, we received a penalty which Uzuni did not miss. This has been the Albanian player’s 9th league goal this season. Then, Robert Mak scored his first ever Fradi-goal from Boli’s assist. After an assist, Boli celebrated his 50thappearance at Fradi with a goal, he extended the lead to 4-1: he has been fighting hard today for this goal. Although many could have guessed that this would be the final result, first Szendrei Ákos closed up for Paks (4-2), then the substitute Baturina finished the match with a nice attack and goal. Fradi-Paks 5-2.
NB I, Round 26
FTC – Paks 5-2 (1-1)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna
FTC: Dibusz – Lovrencsics, Blazic, Mmaee, Civic (Heister, 85.) – Laidouni, Somália – Zubkov (Mak – a szünetben), Tokmac (Sigér, 78.), Uzuni (Gera, 81.) – Boli (Baturina, 78.)
Head coach: Sergei Rebrov
Paks: Rácz - Tamás, Gévay, Lorentz (Bertus, 34.) - Szabó, Szabó B. (Ádám – a szünetben), Bognár, Papp, Vági – Hahn (Kulcsár, 63.), Sajbán (Nagy, 63.)
Temporary head coach: Ifj. Bognár György
Yellow card: Szabó B. (43.), Gévay (56.)
Goals: Laidouni (23.), Uzuni (49. – penalty), Mak (62.), Boli (75.), Baturina (89.) resp. Hahn (2. – penalty), Szendrei (88.)
FTC finished 1-1 against Puskás Academy.
By the goals of Uzuni, Boli, Sigér and Kharaishvili FTC defeated Budafok in NB I.
Ferencváros played out a 2-2 draw in Zalaegerszeg.
With Boli’s header we collected three points against DVTK.
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.