Balmaz & Vasas Slip Out Of NB I

  • 7 Jun 2018 8:03 AM
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Balmaz & Vasas Slip Out Of NB I
Diosgyőr completed a thrilling escape from OTP Bank Liga relegation trouble by defeating new champions Videoton 2-1 at home, but Balmazújváros and former Budapest giants Vasas will drop out of Hungary's top tier after the league's 33rd and final round of fixtures. Elsewhere, Újpest secured third spot and Budapest Honvéd qualified for the Europa Liga by finishing fourth.

OTP Bank Liga, 33rd and final round:

Budapest Honvéd FC 3–1 Vasas FC (HT: 0–0) 
Bozsik Stadion, ref.: Solymosi
Goalscorers: HON: Eppel (53.), Lanzafame (66.), Holender (76.), VAS: Gaál (87.)
Yellow cards: HON: Eppel (12.), Lanzafame (66.), Holender (68.), VAS: Egerszegi (22.), Vida (74.)

Honvéd: Gróf - Baráth, Bobál D., Ikenne-King (Kovács N., 80.) - Heffler T., Pölöskei, Gazdag, Banó-Szabó (Májer, 85.), Holender- Eppel, Lanzafame (Danilo, 78.)

Vasas: Nagy G. - Ristevski, James, Vaskó - Hangya, Vida, Egerszegi, Barczi, Murka (Pavlov, 46.) - Ádám, Gaál

Balmaz Kamilla Gyógyfürdő 3–3 Ferencváros (2–3)
Balmazújváros, ref.: Szőts
Goalscorers: BAL: Batarelo (19.), Arabuli (28.), Tamás L. (70.) FTC: Tamás L. (15., own goal), Bőle (17.), Uzoma (44. own goal)
Yellow cards: BAL: Maisuradze (50.), Sigér (93.), FTC: Georgijevic (22.), Hajnal (51.), Batik (52.)

Balmazújváros: Horváth L. - Habovda, Rus, Tamás L., Uzoma - Vajda, Sigér, Batarelo (Rudolf G., 63.), Maisuradze (Kamarás, 90.) - Arabuli (Zsiga, 80.), Andric

Ferencváros: Holczer - Lovrencsics G., Batik, Leandro, Pedroso - Spirovski, Nagy Do. (Hajnal, 13.) - Varga R., Paintsil, Bőle (Böde, 78.) - Georgijevic (Gera 78.)


Swietelsky Haladás 1–0 Mezőkövesd Zsóry FC (0–0)
Szombathely, ref.: Farkas
Goalscorers: HAL: Kiss T. (90.)
Yellow cards: HAL: Ramos (43.), Jagodics (72.), Wils (84.), Kiss T. (91.), MEZ: Hudák (37.), Drazic (45.), Koszta (58.), Vadnai (76.), Novák (79.)

Haladás: Király - Németh Mi., Wils, Kolcák, Bosnjak - Kovács L., Jagodics - Pinte (Németh Má., 78.), Rácz (Kiss T., 60.), Kovács L., Grumic - Ramos

Mezőkövesd: Dombó - Farkas, Hudák, Szalai, Vadnai - Mlinár, Szeles, Bognár (Varjas, 92.), Cseri - Koszta (Novák, 63.), Drazic (Oláh, 88.)

Diósgyőri VTK–Videoton 2–1 (0–0)
DVTK Stadion, v.: Iványi
Goalscorers: DIÓ: Brkovic (66.), Makrai (87.), VID: S. Scepovic (75.)
Yellow cards: DIÓ: Hasani (20.), Sestakov (45.), VID: Pátkai (16.)

Diósgyőr: Rados - Eperjesi, Brkovic, Tamás M., Forgács - Busai, Lipták (Kocsis, 62.), Hasani - Ugrai (Bacsa, 58.), Szarka, Sesztakov (Makrai, 82.)

Videoton: Tujvel - Bolla (Torvund, 85.), Tóth B., Mocsi, Tamás K. - Nego, Pátkai, Réti - Kovács I. - E. Hadzic (Szabó B., 73.), S. Scepovic.


Puskás Akadémia FC 1–0 Paksi FC (0–0)
Felcsút, ref.: Erdős
Goalscorers: Radó (71.)
Yellow cards: PUS: Klinar (43.), Balogh B. (69.), PAKS: Gévay (23.), Szabó J. (30.), Simon Á (36.), Zachán (45+1., 62.)
Red cards: Zachán (62.)

Puskás Akadémia: Hegedüs L. - Klinar (Molnár G. 63.), Spandler, Hegedűs J., Trajkovski - Márkvárt, Poór, Balogh B. - Perosevic (Diallo 87.), Henty, Radó (Szécsi M. 90.)

Paks: Rácz G. - Zachán, Vági, Gévay, Szabó J. - Simon Á., Kecskés, Bertus (Hajdú Á. 78.), Bartha - Simon A. (Kulcsár D. 78.), Hahn (Papp K. 78.)

Újpest FC 2–1 Debreceni VSC (0–0)
Szusza Ferenc Stadion, ref.: Szabó Zs.
Goalscorers: ÚJP: Novothny (54.), Nwobodo (63.), DEB: Takács T. (70.)
Yellow cards: ÚJP: Bojovic (81.), DEB: Kusnyír (28.)

Újpest: Gundel-Takács - Balázs B., Bojovic, Litauszki, Burekovic - Onovo - Szűcs K. (A. Diallo, 88.), Sankovic, Zsótér (Cseke, 77.), Nwobodo - Novothny (Tischler, 92.)

Debrecen: Nagy S. - Bényei, Szatmári, Mészáros N., Ferenczi J. - Kusnyír (Tisza, 62.), Kuti (Sós, 59.), Tőzsér, Varga K. - Bereczki, Takács T.


OTP Bank Liga top goalscorers' chart:

18 goals:
Lanzafame (Honvéd)

17 goals:
Varga R. (Ferencváros), Novothny (Újpest)

14 goals:
Lazovic (Videoton), Eppel (Honvéd)

MTI Photo: Czeglédi Zsolt

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