Following the fantastic draw against Espanyol on Thursday, Serhiy Rebrov’s team could not rest long as the next destination came already today against Zalaegerszeg.
The line-up was varied compared to the match earlier this week and Zalaegerszeg took advantage of this: they dominated in the first half and even took the lead. For long it seemed that the home team will win the match, we could not even equalize from a penalty. Then, Leandro managed to score after a corner in the 88th minute and this boosted our spirit once more: Tokmac even turned the result to our advantage in the 91st minute. From here there was no way back for Zalaegerszeg, we left he pitch as winners.
NB I, Round 2 (postponed match)
ZTE–FTC 1-2 (1-0)
ZTE: Demjén – Bolla, Lesjak, Bobál D., Tamás K. – Stieber, Mitrovic – Hologyuk (Hudák, 17.), Bedi, Radó (Barczi, 82.) – Ikoba (Grumic, 70.). Vezetőedző: Dobos Barna.
FTC: Dibusz - Lovrencsics, Blazic, Frimpoong, Civic – Haratin (Leandro, 81.), Csonka – Zubkov (Tokmac, 61.), Boli, Varga – Sihnevich (Priskin, 76.). Vezetőedző:Sergei Rebrov.
Goals: Ikoba (44.), respLeandro (88.), Tokmac (91.)
Yellow: Hudák (65.), Mitrovic (82.), resp.Boli (88.)
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