After MOL Fehérvár’s draw on Saturday, we had 8 points of advantage ahead of our match on Sunday. In Round 26 we played against Puskás Academy away, for the first time with supporters in the stadium since the pandemic lockdown.
The teams played calmly in the early periods of the match, but after a brilliant dribble and individual performance, we took the lead by Tokmac. Not much later Puskás equalized with a well-played attack, where the ball landed in the net from Lovrencsics’ leg.
In the second half we pushed more and had several attempts from distance. We were close to equalizing, but could not convert the dominance to a goal. In the end we lef the pitch with 1-1, meaning that the 9-goal advantage stays for the next round too.
NB I, Round 26
PUSKÁS AKADÉMIA-FTC 1-1 (1-1)
PUSKÁS AKADÉMIA: Tóth - Szolnoki, Meissner, Spandler, Nagy Zs. - Van Nieff, Plsek - Gyurcsó (Favorov, 74.), Knezevic, Slagveer (Tamás, 69.) - Mebrahtu (Sós, 86.)
FTC: Dibusz - Lovrencsics (Botka, 74.), Blazic, Otigba, Heister - Sigér (Leandro, 74.), Haratin, Somalia (85.) - Isael, Boli (Sihnevich, 85.), Tokmac
Goal: Lovrencsics (30. – own goal), ill. Tokmac (17.)
Yellow: Van Nieff (24.), Szolnoki (43.), Plsek (64.), Nagy (70.), Spandler (74.) resp. Blazic (60.)
Red: Van Nieff (70.)
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Nikolai Baden Frederiksen, former player of Italian star side Juventus, has signed for Fradi.
Owusu Kwabena joins our men's football team from former qualification opponents Qarabag.
Our men's football team played a 0-0 draw against Vasas in the 17th round of the championship.
The Tunisian national midfielder won two Hungarian championship titles and an MMK with FTC.
ZTE equalized after Marquinhos' goal, and then we won 2-1 thanks to Traoré's goal!
Three-time Slovakian champion and cup winner Myenty Abena will continue his career at Ferencváros.
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