FTC went through from the first round with double win over Ludogorets. Today was another round, just as our supporters’ choreography suggested. The Maltese Valletta arrived to the Groupama Arena where a full-house stadium waited for the teams again. Although the match started balanced, the lead was not much of a question. First Dvali scored after a fixed event, then Lanzafame scored for the first time from a penalty. In the second half Lanzafame scored once again creating a very confident 3-0 lead. This made our team overly confident which resulted in a Maltese goal in the 85th minute. Regardless of this, FTC won 3-1 today and awaits the second leg with a confident advantage.
Champions League, 2nd Qualification round, 1st leg
Ferencváros–Valletta FC 3-1 (2-0)
Budapest, Groupama Aréna. Vezette: Petrescu (Romanian)
Ferencváros: Dibusz – Lovrencsics, Blazic, Dvali, Civic – Haratin, Ihnatenko – Zubkov, Skvarka (Sigér, 82.), Tokmac (Bőle Lukács 66.) – Lanzafame (Sihnevich, 66.). Head coach: Sergei Rebrov
Valletta: Bonello – Zerafa, J. Borg, S. Borg, Pena Beltre – Pulis (Dimech, 56.) – R. Muscat, Packer (Messias, 70.), Tulimieri, Nwoko (Piciollo, 82.) – Fontanella. Head coach: Darren Abdilla
Yellow: J. Borg (15.), Pulis (35.), Tulimeri (38.), Zerafa (52.)
Red: S. Borg (90+4.)
Goals: Dvali (19.), Lanzafame (36., 59. – first from penalty), resp.Messias (85.)
0-0 in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League play-off against FK Suduva.
Tickets are now being sold for the home game of our football team against Suduva.
Ferencvárosi Torna Club and Hungarian Interchurch Aid helps the children in need with school supplies.
One-goal win over Kaposvár in the new Hungarian season.
FTC suffered a 4-0 defeat in Budapest from Dinamo Zagreb. We continue in the Europa League.
FTC Women’s Football won 2-0 over the Moldavian champion on Saturday.
In the end of a huge battle the teams finished 1-1 in the Champions League qualifier.
Franck Boli, scorer of most goals of the last Norwegian season will continue his career at Fradi.