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Eger stayed perfect, OSC demolished Szeged

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Just four matches of Round 6 were played this weekend in Hungary and the biggest winner is OSC. The Budapest based team literally demolished Szeged water polo team – 15:1. Also, this was a fifth consecutive victory for OSC in the national championship. On the other side, Szeged stays bottom of the table with no points won.

OSC dominated in every segment of the game, but no one really expected that Szeged will score just one goal. Already at the halftime, the home team had a five-goal advantage (6:1).

Budapest team played even tougher defense in the second half at some point, it looked like there was a concrete wall in front of the OSC goal. Balazs Erdelyi finished the game with four goals, while Miklos Nagy Gor scored a hattrick. Richard Berki was the only scorer for Szeged.

Also in the B Group, Eger stretched its perfect record to six games after a win against visiting Miskolci – 8:4. The guests were without Viktor Vadovich and Alex Bowen, but, nevertheless they were a worthy opponent almost the whole game.

Only in the last quarter, Eger managed to brake Miskolci’s defense, and the absolute hero of the home fans was Norbert Hosnyánszky. He ended the game with unbelievable six goals!

This was a fifth consecutive win for Eger against Miskolci and also seventh victory in a row in this season in all competitions.

PVSK and Szentesi played a little derby match of the “lower dome” of the Group B. The home water polo team won easily – 8:3.

Already in the first quarter, PVSK took a big 4:0 lead and it was clear that the only dilemma in this duel was how many goals will the hosts score. Erik Csacsovszky netted a hattrick and was the player of the match.

Only one match was played in Group A in this round. Debreceni won against newcomer Domino Avus 16:10.

The visiting team held their way to Debrecen until the halftime break, but when the game continued, Lukas Durik opened the home team door for a victory. Durik ended the game with four goals and Bendeguz Ekler scored the same for Domino Avus.

Round 6

Saturday, November 4

OSC 15:1 Szeged
(4:1, 2:0, 3:0, 6:0)

OSC: Erdelyi 4, Gor Nagy 3, Bundschuh 2, Toth 2, Seman, Salamon, Brguljan
Szeged: Berki

PVSK 8:3 Szentesi
(4:0, 2:2, 1:0, 1:1)

PVSK: E. Csacsovszky 3, Szatmari 2, A. Csacsovszky, Chilko, Csaba
Szentesi: Takacs, Werner, Szalai

Debreceni 16:10 Domino Avus
(4:3, 3:2, 6:3, 3:2)

Debreceni: Durik 4, Macsi 2, Boros 2, Szoke 2, Kallay 2, Obradovic, Fejos, Somlai
Domino Avus: Ekler 4, Kiss 2, Garancsy 2, Polovic, Rustam

Eger 8:4 Miskolci
(1:0, 3:2, 0:1, 4:1)

Eger: Hosnyánszky 6, Avramovic, S. Rasovic
Miskolci: Halek, Santa, Berta, Kuzmenko

Played on October 31

Szolnoki 13:9 BVSC
(4:1, 2:1, 6:4, 1:3)

Szolnoki: Batori 2, Zalanki 2, Younger 2, Aleksic 2, Jansik, Hangay, Mezei, Cuk, Prlainovic
BVSC: Csapo 2, Kovacs, Ambrus, Matyok, Czigany, Torok, Pasztor, Sugar

Standings

Group A

1. Szolnoki 7 games – 21pts
2. Ferencvaros 4 – 12
3. BVSC 6 – 12
4. Vasas 5 – 10
5. Debreceni 6 – 6
6. Domino Avus 6 – 3
7. UVSE 5 – 1
8. Kaposvari 5 – 0

Group B

1. Eger 6 – 18
2. OSC 6 – 15
3. Miskolci 6 – 9
4. Honved 5 – 9
5. PVSK 6 – 7
6. Tatabanya 5 – 7
7. Szentesi 6 – 3
8. Szeged 6 – 0

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