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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #30 on: Sat 16 Oct 2021 21:18 »
MTK Budapest 0-1 Puskás Akadémia
Referee: Karakó Ferenc (Red shirt)

MTK’s impatience with rookie coach Giovanni Costantino saw him sacked after the defeat to ZTE in Round 8, it made no difference, they still lost! They showed a similar impatience with Tamás Feczkó after a poor start to the spring in season 18/19 and ended up getting relegated that season. They need to appoint a full time coach quickly, they looked disjointed and their discipline has slipped so the sooner they appoint a new coach and bring some stability the better. Not one of Felcsúts better games either to be fair, but you still saw from flashes of what they are capable of. Hornyak is a good coach, he has them set up well and today was a workman performance. Not at their best but defended well and ground out a win. They will be concerned with the injury to Tóth Balázs who has been superb in goal for them this season so far. He looked in a lot of pain as he went off deep in injury time with a shoulder injury. MTK did manage to get on the scoresheet however the goal was correctly ruled out for offside. A VAR check taking place whilst the medics tended to Tóth Balázs.  Decent outing for Mr Karakó

Gyirmót 2-1 Paks
Referee: Andó-Szabó Sándor (black shirt)

The biggest highlight of this game is the Croatian Ikic Frane is the only non Hungarian on the pitch when the game starts. Kosovan Hasani Florent is the only non Hungarian substitute. Love this. Entertaining first half – both teams battling it out cleanly and very sportingly. Gyirmót taking the lead on 24. with a goal from Simon András, they had another couple of good chances but good defending and a weak shot meant they didn’t capitalise on them. Only 1 real chance for Paks in the first half. A special mention for the Paks drummers – noisy, rhythmic and just never stop! Entertaining 2nd half – one incident of note – Nagy Patrik wrongly booked on 58. Absolutely shameful gamesmanship from Tamás Olivér. Hang your head in shame! His manager was not best pleased with him and subbed him straight off. Not a situation where VAR can intervene. Overall a fantastic game to watch & a well fought win for Gyirmót.

Ferencváros 1-2 ZTE
Referee: Farkas Ádám (black shirt)

The game set off at a blistering pace, ZTE having the most of the early play and were rewarded in the 8th min when they took the lead through a Serafimov goal. Koszta doubling the lead on 23. A few mins later we witnessed the 2nd fall of the day – wasn’t as blatant as Oliver’s ‘effort’ in the early game but… VAR review for a possible penalty for Fradi confirmed it was a dive & Mak Róbert was given a yellow card for simulation. Vécsei scored an absolute peach of a goal on the stroke of half time to keep Fradi in it. Vécsei was about 25m from goal, to the left when he received the pass from Tokmac and put it in the top right corner. 2nd half another VAR review for a possible penalty, not given & another yellow card for simulation for Mmaee Ryan this time. The replays showed the ZTE defender had lightly brushed again Mmaee’s foot, barely enough to be felt let alone to cause him to go down like a sack of spuds! 68th min it all went a bit mad, VAR review for a penalty for Fradi, Farkas Ádám doing an OFR – penalty given for handball. Serafimov Nikola booked for the handball. Mmaee Ryan with a dreadful effort at taking the penalty, saved by Demjén Patrik. A further VAR review to ensure he was on his line when the kick was taken. Superb game of football & credit must go to ZTE for a never say die attitude. Waltner got his tactics spot on today. 1st home defeat for Fradi in 82 games - that is a huge stat!

MOL Fehérvár 2-1 Budapest
Referee: Berke Balázs (black shirt)
VAR: Solymosi Péter

Another game another instance of play acting – Lukic Nenad yellow carded on 31 for an elbow. There was some contact around the chest area yet the Vidi player went down like a sack of spuds holding his face… Shame it wasn’t in the penalty area or he’d have been shown up for what he is – an embarrassment. Wasn’t something VAR could review unfortunately. Too many players have been watching the premier league and learning the wrong things! That said Vidi worthy of their half time lead – absolute cracker of a goal by Zivzivadze. Mental but entertaining 2nd half. Vidi doubling their lead before Kispest pulled one back. Eppel made his presence known, came on as sub on 78., booked within 30 seconds and then had a goal chalked off by VAR for offside on 90! Absolutely mental scenes at the final whistle – Nono, Batik Bence and Baráth Botond all booked for dissent and someone from the Kispest bench – off of camera view given a red card. I believe Zsolt Lázár – fitness coach. Shameful loss of discipline. Vidi deserving of the win – Kispest need to take a long hard look at their behaviour & lack of discipline.
Hajrá Lilák. Csak a Kispest. Hajrá Magyarok! Hajrá játékvezetői csapat! Soha ne add fel. Nincs sárga kérem!!!