Neither Marco Rossi nor László Bölöni could have expected what happened in Mezőkövesde

At that point, however, Paks would have been in desperate need of a goal, because not only was the result of the Piscitelli-Varga special match 2-0, but it also appeared on the scoreboard. Mezőkövesd took the lead already in the fifth minute, when they could have scored three times in one attack, but Drazsics scored in the end. And in the 38th minute it was already 2-0, at the end of a counter, Drazsics found the net again.

Mezőkövesd did not sit on the two-goal advantage even after the break, which started with another quick goal: in the 49th minute, after a big mistake by the Paks defense, Vajda sold the kick. Two minutes later, György Bognár took Barnabás Varga off the pitch, and János Hahn came to replace him – hopefully that’s not when his potential contract in France fell through.

The substitution didn’t help Paks at all: immediately after that, the home team scored another goal. In the 52nd minute, after a corner, Brtan headed into the goal, making the score 4-0.

Later, Paks improved with Windecker’s goal, but the difference still increased, because Mezőkövesd responded with two: Drazsic scored a hat-trick, and could have scored the fourth, but instead served Molnár, who set the final score to 6-1.

With its victory, Mezőkövesd can breathe a little, as it was three points behind Honvéd, so Kispest and Fehérvár are the most likely contenders for the other relegation spot in addition to Vasas, who have already been eliminated.

Football NB I, 31st round:

Mezőkövesd–Paks 6-1 (2-0), Városi Stadium, jv.: Karakó. Scorers: Drazsics (5th, 38th, 70th), Vajda (49th), Brtan (52nd), Molnár (79th), and Windecker (68th)
Kecskemét–Ferencváros 2-0 (1-0), Széktó Stadium, 4,957 spectators, referee: Berke. Scorers: G. Szalai (33rd), Tóth (83rd). Exhibited by: Abena (73rd).
Vasas–ZTE 1-1 (0-1), Illovszky Stadium, 1376 spectators, jv: Káprály, scorers: Hinora (62nd) and D. Németh (6th).
Debrecen–Honvéd 0-0, Nagyerdei Stadium, 5,632 spectators, referee: Bogár.

Next: Kisvárda–Újpest 15.30 (tv: M4 Sport), Puskás Akadémia–Mol Fehérvár FC 18.00 (tv: M4 Sport).

Cover image: What happened with the ball against Paks was what Mezőkövesd wanted (Photo: Attila Török / Nemzeti Sport)

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