Thursday night FTC played its last away game in the Europa League group stage, we travelled to Sevilla and played against Real Betis. It had already been decided before kick-off that Ferencváros cannot advance to the knock-out stage as we have not collected any points yet. Our hopes for today were to collect the first points and to surprise Betic. The home team started the match and scored from their first chance – we did not pick up the pace yet. After the goal Tokmac and Mmaee both created danger in front of Betis’ goal but we could not equalize. Before half time even Dibusz needed to show some great saves. The second half mirrored the first in terms of Betis scoring right after the start. After the second goal we caused less danger but did not give up. Unfortunately we could not note any Fradi scorers today, the match ended with a 2-0 home win.
Our last match in the UEFA Europa League group against Bayer Leverkusen at the Groupama Arena will be organized December 9th.
UEFA Europa League, Group G
Real Betis ̶ Ferencváros 2-0 (1-0)
Sevilla, Benito Villamarín stadium, 30137 spectators, ref.: Buquet (French)
Betis: Bravo (Rui Silva, 71.) ̶ Bellerin, Bartra, Edgar González, Miranda ̶ Canales, Rodríguez ̶ Joaquín (Lainez, 71.), Rober González (Guardado, 67.), Tello ̶ Borja Iglesias. Head coach: Manuel Pellegrini
FTC: Dibusz ̶ Botka (Wingo, 79.), S. Mmaee, Blazic, Kovacevic, Cabraja ̶ Vécsei (Laidouni, 70.), Loncar ̶ Zachariassen (Gavric, 88.), R. Mmaee (Mak, 70.), Tokmac (Szánthó, 88,). Head coach: Peter Stöger
Goals: Tello (5.), Canales (52.)
Yellow card: Botka (41.), Vécsei (49.), Laidouni (79.)
We took the lead but needed to satisfy ourselves with one point against Puskás.
Another great victory in the league.
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