This year the Hungarian league continued early, already in the end of January, with frozen ground. Regardless of the weather, a nice crowd waited in the stadium for the first league match to start for our team: Fradi hosted Paks where our former star, Dániel Böde plays currently.
Our players did not wait long to decide the match: Zubkov took the lead for Fradi already in the 3rd minute. After the goal we continued dominating, sometimes with 80-20% ball possession. Before half time we even doubled our lead when Boli placed the ball into the net next to the goalie. The second half displayed a very similar image: a quick Fradi goal by a nice free kick from Isael and then another one from Zubkov. Worth to mention that some of our new signings received the opportunity today to say hi to the home supporters for the first time: both Lodico and Vécsei came in as substitutes during the 70th minute.
Never a worse match to come! Fradi-Paks: 4-0.
NB I, Round 17
FTC–Paks 4-0 (2-0)
Groupama Aréna. Játékvezető: Iványi Zoltán
FTC: Dibusz – Lovrencsics, Blazic, Otigba, Civic – Haratin, Sigér (Vécsei 77.) – Zubkov (Varga 70.), Isael, Tokmac (Lodico 70.) – Boli. Head coach: Sergei Rebrov
Paks: Rácz – Kulcsár, Lenzsér (Szélpál 83.), Gévay, Poór, Szabó – Balogh, Kecskés (Szakály 60.), Bertus – Böde, Könyves (Szendrei 73.). Head coach: Osztermájer Gábor
Goals: Zubkov (3., 65.), Boli (43.), Isael (51.)
Yellow: Sigér (19.) resp. Lenzsér (53.), Kecskés (56.), Poór (61.), Szabó (62.)
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