In the first Sunday match of the 28th round of NB I, the last Diósgyőr received Paks. The team from Miskolc quickly fell into a human disadvantage, and in the end Parkes won 4-1 and finished fourth.
The game took a decisive turn in the 9th minute, when István Bognár took a long shot and the ball bounced off Malenica, and the upcoming János Hahn was pushed away by Zivulic. Paks received a penalty, Zivulic Red.
Behind the ball stood János Hahn (János Hahn), who made no mistakes in the end.
Hahn, the top scoring leader, also scored six minutes later, finishing 18th in NB I.
At the end of the first half, Grozaf had two chances, but first it was the defender of Haigd, and then the Romanian’s shot failed to find the target.
After the turn, when Logz shot the ball towards a corner after Polgár passed the ball, Diósgyőr was glorified almost immediately, which also affected the top shot.
In the 55th minute, Paks was in position, but Haraszti’s winning streak was defended by the native Malenica.
Paks’ third goal was in the 69th minute. After János Szabó passed, Richard Nagy took a shot, but Pierre Manineca scored the defense, but the ball bounced back, but against the imminent goal For the coming Máté Sajbán (Máté Sajbán), it is equally good.
Heged still had to defend Gric’s shot from the other side, and then in the 86th minute Diósgyőr beautified his substitute Gábor Molnár, who used Szabó’s error to shoot the ball into the goal between Hegedű’s legs.
After Bognard’s goal passed, the Hungarian was not happy for a long time, and Dénes Szakály (Dénes Szakály) became Malinica’s goal.