After a successful week of defeating Újpest, CSKA Moscow and Fehérvár FC our football team played their second game of this season's Hungarian Cup.
The fans didn’t have to wait long for the first goal, Franck Boli scored from Skvarka’s assist in the 5th minute (0-1). We quickly had a chance right after thanks to Bőle, but we couldn’t use the opportunity, unlike BKV Előre who managed to even the scoreline in the 9th minute (1-1).
Three minutes later, Bőle Lukács started a great attack, Boli continued on leading the ball into the net, but Miklósvári from BKV made a mistake and the ball ended up in the goal. We were leading again (1-2, OG)!
We continued to play offensively, in the 22nd minute, Lovrencsics finished a great cross and Boli almost found the net again.
The second half was just as interesting as the first, we continued on attacking. In the 64th minute Bőle Lukács scored our third goal (1-3).
We won over BKV Előre 3-1 and got into the next round.
Hungarian Cup, 7th round
BKV Előre–FTC 1-3 (1-2)
BKV Előre: Palásthy D. – Girán, Tóth K., Ferkó, Csepregi – Huszárik, Ihos Á. (Rutterschid, 84.), Kálmán Zs., Miklósvári – Balogh B. (Petry, 58.), Csanálosi (Szabó R., 67.). Head Coach: Menczeles Iván
Ferencváros: Gróf – Lovrencsics (Botka, 66.), Csonka, Leandro, Szerető (Csontos, 60.) – Ihnatenko, Skvarka – Varga R., Bőle, Boli (Isael, 74.) – Priskin. Head coach: Sergei Rebrov.
Scorers: Balogh B. (9.), ill. Boli (5.), Miklósvári (OG, 12.), Bőle (64.)
Yellow card: Girán (44.)
On Friday, November 15, the Career Day were held at Groupama Arena with the participation of former athletes.
Today our team played unstoppably against Debrecen and won 6-1.
We collected another point tonight in the UEL Group Stage: 0-0 against CSKA.
In a thrilling game our team played out a 1-1 draw against Mezőkövesd.
Three matches, three victories in one week.
Thursday’s victory in Moscow is our first international group stage win since December 2004.
Ferencvaros Budapest defeated CSKA Moscow with Varga Roland’s goall in the last minutes.
FTC and LSH Kft. transfers 1.3 million forints to Heim Pál Children’s Hospital from the Derby proceeds.