In round 32 of NB I football, Paks defeated Puskas Academy, who came home to win the silver, 4-2, and with 75 goals scored this season, he set a record 12-team era. This is how the coaches were evaluated after the meeting.
|Bucks won a big victory (Photo: Cornell Makovich)|
Puskas Academy Instructor, Zsolt Hornyák He was sad because his team was defeated.
“I felt we could decide the second-place issue. This is how the game started, if Slagveer kicks our second goal, we will score the match. Unfortunately it didn’t happen that way, we scored an unfortunate goal and then an own goal, which smashed the team a bit. I felt nervous in some guys in the dressing room. Of course, not many of them played for such a stake as a silver. That’s why I tried to talk to them positively after the match, because we didn’t get that far anymore. It will not be easy, but if we are serious about second place, we have to beat Budavok. “
PAX Team Technical Director, Giorgi Bognar According to his team, he deservedly scored a win based on the public image.
“Even during the intermission, I knew we reversed the game, I didn’t think it was a bad game. We had a lot of wrong passes, but we pressed on the opponent’s goal, and forced them to make a foul. If the game didn’t continue, that was the solution, the shock brought success.” “.
NSO asked Tv what it meant that he had already scored 75 goals in the league, breaking the related record for Ferencvaros?
“Very much. I always say we score the most goals plus the number of goals we’ve scored, but who the hell cares if we score more. We can get three from me if we kicked four.”
Ultimately, he also revealed whether they would support Fehérvár in the Cup Final on Monday, as his victory would give Paks the start of the International Cup.
“Sure, the whole team, but everyone in Paks will support Fehérvár because that is our interest now.”
DÁNIEL BÖDE: I am delighted you have a goal record in FRADI and PAKS
Paks FC – Puskas Academy 4-2
|1. Ferencváros TC||31||21||9||1||65-20||+45||72|
|2. Venice Academy||32||17||4||11||47-42||+5||55|
|3. Fahirvar Mall||32||15th||8||9||64-38||+26||53|
|4. Pax FC||32||14||8||10||75-59||+16||50|
|5. MTK Budapest||32||11||9||12||43-44||-1||42|
|6. Kisvarda||31||11||9||11||25 – 35||– 10||42|
|7. Újpest FC||32||11||6||15th||41-63||–22||39|
|9. Zalaegerszeg TE||31||10||6||15th||54-53||+1||36|
|10. Budapest Honved||31||8||10||13||44-46||-2||34|
|11. Diósgyőr VTK||32||9||6||17||34-49||-15th||33|
|12. Budafoki MTE||31||7||6||18||34–68||–34||27|
|Thursday, April 29|
|DVTK – Újpest FC 0–0||MiskolcAnd the DVTK Stadium||Sándor Andó-Szabó|
|MTK Budapest – Vihervar Mall 1–3
||Budapest, New Hidegkuti Nándor Stadium||Joseph Erdos|
|Friday, April 30|
|Pax FC – Puskas Academy 4-2
||Fat, Buck Stadium||Peter Zirkelbach|
|Saturday, May 1|
|17.00: ZTE FC – Kissvarda (TV: M4 Sport +)||Zalaegerszeg, ZTE Arena|
|19.30: Ferencváros TC – Mezőkövesd (TV: M4 Sport +)||BudapestAnd the Groupama Arena|
|Sunday, May 2|
|17.00: Budapest MTE – Budapest Honved (TV: M4 Sport +)||Budapest, Budafoki MTE Sports Complex|
|Note: the scorers’ list is here!|