Zalaegerszeg escaped relegation and drew 1-1 at the home of fourth-placed Paks. In the first half, the guest played Zala, while in the second half, the home team behaved better and more dangerously.
It may sound strange, but Paks, who led by 40 points in this round, finished fourth in the previous round, defeating DVTK 4-1 and defeating Budafok MTK to win his leading member, chasing runner up. The remaining four rounds are MOLFehérvár FC.
On the other hand, ZTE is only two points ahead of Budafok, which has been eliminated, so Robert Waltner’s team desperately needs every point. Despite this, the national team forward Norbert Konevs is not included in the frame, but it is easy to imagine that he will face a major task in the relegation match against BMTE next weekend. The Zala team also cannot count on the team’s most successful forward Szánthó Regő, who was suspended for showing a yellow card-the two forwards have scored 13 goals together this season, which means that their role is beyond doubt.
On the other hand, György Bognár (György Bognár) may be happy before the game, because his son István Bognár (István Bognár) downloaded the ban on one hand, and on the other He recovered from the virus infection, so he can enter the starting line.
After the first minute of Paks, ZTE took a risk, and they actually played a leading role in the first quarter, even if this did not happen. Until the 18th minute, when Hegedűs Böde waved at Dániel at a guest corner, he bounced in front of Dávid Kálnoki-Kis The ball and lift the ball upwards in the upper right corner.
Paks tried to speed up the game, but they didn’t really stand in place, and in the 26th minute of Babati’s jump, Hegedűs had to defend with bravura to keep the score out. It is 0-2. In the 32nd minute, Sajbán fell into the 16-yard line. All home team players complained about the penalty kick, but the slowdown showed that he just stepped on the ball and fell. The Paks lost a ball in midfield and ZTE could counterattack. Kulcsár’s midfield shooting ended the first half, and Demjén undoubtedly defended it.
During the break, Hungarian coach György Bognár exchanged two people, and Richard Nagy and Ádám Martin, who replaced Bertus and Kulcsár, completely changed the image of the game. So far, the slow, inaccurate attack on Paks has become quick and dangerous, and in the 50th minute, the home team equalized: Richard Nagy’s free kick was taken back to the center by János Háhn and Dániel Böde rushed into the goal.
After the goal, a Parkes situation followed, but Adam Malton no longer had any luck, or the ball passed in front of him, or he bounced back to the back, so that it could not be reached. In the last quarter of an hour, Robert Waltner (Róbert Waltner) tried to enhance ZTE’s offensive game by sending Mátyás Tajti and Márkó Futács to the battlefield, and the game gained momentum again. However, even though Bognard’s free kick was taken by Damien, Furtkács only attracted his attention with a hard entrance. Most of his hair appeared only in Parkes, and then Denes Sa Cali embarrassingly missed the opportunity to be 8 to 10 meters away from ZTE’s goal.
Compared with the draw, ZTE’s advantage is that the eliminated Budafok scored three points, and the game between the two teams in Egersegger on Tuesday will be the key to the two teams.
As a result, NB I, round 29:
Baise FC-ZTE 1-1 (0-1)
the goal: Bode D.50. Kálnoki-Kis D.18.