Another tough game was organized Saturday night for Ferencváros: having played against Barcelona, Újpest and Kiev, our team now ran onto pitch tonight against MOL Fehérvár FC in Székesfehérvár.
The home players were more initiative in the first half but Fradi took the lead close to half time: Skvarka lobbed a free kick into the box where Somalia arrived and headed into the net. After scoring against Újpest last week, the Brazilian player scored today again. In the 54th minute Fehérvár received a penalty and no matter how well Dibusz felt the direction, he could not stop the shot: 1-1. Head coach Rebrov sent in more strikers but this was not enough today to take the lead again. The match ended with 1-1. Ferencávors Budapest plays against Juventus next.
NB I, Round 9
MOL Fehérvár-FTC 1-1 (0-1)
MOL Fehérvár: Rockov – Bolla, Stopira, Musliu, Fiola – Nego, Nikolov – Bamgboye, Houri, Petrjak (Pinto, 68.) - Nikolics (Zivzivadze, 77.)
FTC: Dibusz – Botka, Kovacevic, Dvali, Heister – Haratin (Vécsei, 88.), Laidouni, Somália (Sigér, 46.) – Isael (Tokmac, 68.), Boli (Baturina, 68.), Skvarka (Zubkov, 72.)
Yellow: Laidouni (37.), Petrjak (66.), Nikolov (76.), Fiola (81.), Sigér (85.), Bolla (88.), Pinto (89.)
Goal: Nikolics (55.- 11-esből), resp. Somália (43.)
Confident victory over MTK before the CL match against Barcelona.
Ferencváros was close to a draw against Juventus but left the pitch without points
Marcel Heister launched an unsaveable rocket and Fradi collected the three points tonight.
FTC has made its 9th campaign film, in which the club raises awareness on the fight against exclusion.
Hungary defeated Iceland and qualified for the European Championship.
Ferencváros won 5-0 against Bicskei TC in the MOL Hungarian Cup today.
Ferencváros claimed a 3-0 win over Mezőkövesd in Round 10 of NB I.
Ferencváros suffered a 4-1 defeat from Juventus in the Champions League group stage.