The Hungarian first league continued this weekend after the national team break. Our team played last against DVSC and claimed a high-scale win. Today ours continued against Zalaegerszeg, an opponent from the bottom of the standings. The match started showing a major difference between the two teams, by the end of the first 15 minutes, the scoreboard could easily have showed 3-0, but Isael missed his penalty, so the result became 2-0. Then, ours hit the bar twice while the away team closed up with a nice goal. Then, Isael scored for Fradi in the end of a clever attack. This set the result of the first half: 3-1. After the break ZTE closed up once more but they never managed to equalize. Thus, we claimed another home win, which moves us to the top of the league.
Men's Football NB I., Round 13
FTC–ZTE FC 3-2 (3-1)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna. Ref: Bognár Tamás
FTC: Dibusz – Lovrencsics, Blazic, Frimpong, Civic – Ihnatenko, Haratin – Isael, Tokmac (Skvarka, 76.), Varga (Botka, 89.) – Boli (Sihnevich, 85.). Vezetőedző: Sergei Rebrov
ZTE FC: Demjén – Bolla, Bobál D., Devecseri, Bedi – Kocsis, Mitrovic – Golodiuk (Ikoba, 50.), Stieber, Radó (Babati, 70.) – Bobál G (Grumic, 83.). Vezetőedző: Dobos Barna
Goal: Boli (6.), Tokmac (16.), Isael (45.), resp. Radó (18.), Bobál G. (60.)
Yellow: Devecseri (13.)
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