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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #45 on: Sun 07 Nov 2021 18:56 »
Kisvárda Master Good v Ferencváros
Referee: Farkas Ádám blue shirt
4O: Solymosi Péter
YC:3; YYR:0; RC:1; Pen:0

Very enjoyable game to watch. Overall the teams were evenly matched but Fradi’s quality shone through. They’re a more experienced and expensive team and it showed at times. Loncar Stjepan put the away team ahead on 28, against the run of play it has to be said. Kisvárda never gave up though. Mmaee Samy gave away a free kick in a dangerous position, Kisvárda scored. VAR review for offside – very tight call – several red shirts were fractionally ahead of the black shirts and the goal was correctly disallowed for offside. Half time: Kisvárda 0-1 Ferencváros

Kisvárda started the 2nd half brightly, they came out fighting and created several chances in the opening few minutes. Fradi stood strong and defended well. Challenge by Leoni on 53. saw him given a yellow card – feet very high. VAR review with an OFR taking place. Only 1 way these tend to go and today was no different, yellow card withdrawn and he was given a red. It took the wind out of Kisvárda's sail and Fradi dominated. 2 cracking goals from Uzuni, plus one from Marin saw Fradi easily end up 4-0 winners and reclaim top spot.

Steady game for Farkas & team. The lovely Mr Solymosi learned form his 1st half error on Friday and wore a black tracksuit top today!

Mol Fehérvár v ZTE
Referee: Bogár Gergő black shirt
YC:5; YYR:0; RC:0; Pen:0

For a 3-0 win it’s not a game that really felt exciting, it was rather flat to be honest. That could partly be down to following the Kisvárda v Fradi game which was a great game. Plenty of nice flowing football on display and it was in no way a dire game in fairness. Nicely taken goal by Kodro opened the scoring for the home team on 18 mins, Petryak doubling the lead with a nice goal on 37. Vidi going in 2-0 at the break. Dárdai finished the game off with the hosts 3rd goal on 54. 2 situations of note – Nikolic putting the goal in the net for Vidi on 80 but Albert István’s flag was up. VAR check confirmed Albert had got it spot on and the goal was disallowed. Excellent call by him on a tight offside. Then Petryak.. Went down way too easily looking for a penalty – the camera zoomed in on his face & his expression giving it away! He failed to win the free kick & should have possibly been yellow carded for simulation. A few seconds later there was a bit of tussle between him and 2 ZTE players, he had a bit of a paddy for not getting his own way and was rewarded quite rightly with a yellow card. I wonder what category being a childish brat comes under! It’s such a shame he has that side to him because he really is a cracking player & a joy to watch when he just gets on and plays. Petryak’s shenanigans aside Vidi were well worth their 3-0 win.
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