From the 2nd round of NB I, the MOL Fehérvár league derby was postponed to a later date, to today. We travelled to Fehérvár where the home team had the first chances: Dárdai’s shot bounced back and Nikolics’ header wasn’t accurate enough. The match was mostly balanced and we had our first bigger chance in the 16th minute when Zachariassen’s shot needed to be blocked from the top left corner. Ryan Mmaee had chances throughout the match but he did not succeed to score up until the closing period of the match, the 83rd minute. Then, we had a corner shot for which Ryan Mmaee arrived and pushed the ball into the net with a header. In the very end Uzuni was once more close to extend the lead but the result did not change anymore.
Fradi collected three important points today in an eventful match over MOL Fehérvár. On Sunday, we continue against Ùjpest FC at the Groupama Aréna.
NB I, Round 2
MOL Fehérvár FC-FTC 0-1 (0-0)
MOL Fehérvár FC: Kovács – Fiola, Rus, Stopira, Heister – Nego, Makarenko, Szendrei, Dárdai – Jallow (Csoboth, 87.), Nikolics
FTC: Dibusz – Wingo, Blazic, S. Mmaee, Civic – Laidouni, Zachariassen, Loncar (Besic, 79.) – Uzuni, R. Mmaee, Tokmac (Gavric, 85.)
Yellow card: Jallow (50.), Szendrei (53.), Blazic (64.), Tokmac (72.), Laidouni (81.)
Goal: R.Mmaee (83.)
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