Hungary Water Polo

Fradi wins the derby to prepare for the European Supercup!

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The Ferencvaros is preparing for Friday night and the match against Olympiacos in European Supercup, but before that, they had another big game – against Eger.

Like a true champion, Ferencvaros completed that task in a great fashion, as they won at home – 13:8. Unfortunately for the Eger’s coach Norbert Dabrowski, his team could now give him a win as a present for the 44th birthday.

Norbert Hosnyánszky could not play for Eger because of the disciplinary action started by the Hungarian water polo association.

Zolt Varga’s player started the match better – Nikola Jaksic scored the double and Aaron Younger added one more goal to give the defending champion a much-wanted advantage (3:0). Daniel Santa scored the only goal for Eger in the first period.

Tóth Bendeguz scored his first goal in the second quarter, but then Fradi’s captain Denes Varga and Marton Vamos hit back to keep Eger on the distance.

Every time Eger tried to get close to a single goal difference, Ferencvaros had a right answer. Nikola Jaksic and Miklós Gór-Nagy scored in a row to give the home team a 7:4 lead.

The game was definitely decided in the third period when Varga and Jaksic again took control of the things in the swimming pool and Eger lost the power to chase Ferencvaros. And, it was the home team who got to a five goals advantage (10:5).

In the fourth quarter, it was a goal for a goal game and also the only period in which Eger didn’t lose.

Former European champion Szolnok had an easy job against visiting Debrecen – 17:5. The game was decided already after the first quarter because in that period Szolnok water polo players gained a 6:0 lead.

Bence Batori played almost a perfect game with five goals, while five Szolnok players finished with two goals.

Vasas water polo club recorded the first win in the season and it was away against UVSE 11:8. The visitors had the lead throughout the whole game, and it was David Miklos with four goals who was the leader of the team.

Round 7

Ferencvaros 13:8 Eger
(3:1, 4:3, 3:1, 3:3)

Ferencvaros: Varga 3, Jaksic 3, Vámos 2, Jansik 2, Gór-Nagy, Younger, Pohl
Eger: Tóth Bendegúz, Decker, Sánta, Kürti, Biros, Vlachopoulos, Murisic, Avramovic

Szolnok 17:5 Debrecen
(6:0, 4:2, 5:2, 2:1)

Szolnok: Bátori 5, Jansik 2, Zalánki 2, Angyal 2, Szeghalmi 2, Rasovic 2, Szatmári, Prlainovic, Lazic
Debrecen: Dőry, Kovács, Fekete, Gyurik, Vidovics

Tatabanya 7:4 Kaposvari
(1:0, 2:1, 3:3, 1:0)

Tatabanya: Kolozsi 4, Keresztúri 2, Kolarik
Kaposvar: Vindisch, Telegdy, Dobos, Giga

Szentesi 11:9 Domino Avus
(2:0, 3:2, 3:3, 3:4)

Szentesi: Nagy 3, Pellei 2, Kiss 2, Hegedus, Somogyi, Vörös, Pellei
Domino Avus: Basara 3, Takács 2, Baj 2, Garancsy, Juhász

UVSE 8:11 Vasas
(2:3, 3:3, 2:2, 1:3)

UVSE: Sziladi 2, Vigvari 2, Rabavölgyi, Korbacs, Korenyi, Baksa
Vasas: Miklos 4, Bencz 3, Hegedus 2, Selley-Rauscher, Simon

BVSC 8:8 Honved
(1:3, 4:2, 3:2, 0:1)

BVSC: Török 3, Mészáros 2, Csapó, Várnai, Létay,
Honved: Kiss 2, Szivós 2, Illés , Juhász, Szirányi

KSI 4:12 PVSK
(1:3, 2:3, 1:3, 0:3)

KSI: Bóbis 2, Hevesi, Tóth-Gili
PVSK: Csacsovszky 5, Csaba 2, Chilkó, Horváth, Jakab, Krizsán, Zerinváry

November 29

OSC – Miskolc

Standings

Group A
1. Ferencvaros 7 games – 21 pts
2. Eger 7 – 18
3. Honved 7 – 10
4. BVSC 6 – 10
5. PVSK 6 – 7
6. Metalcom 7 – 7
7. Domino Avus 7 – 6
8. KSI 7 – 0

Group B
1. OSC 6 – 18
2. Szolnok 7 – 18
3. Miskolc 6 – 15
4. Debrecen 7 – 9
5. Tatabanya 7 – 7
6. UVSE 7 – 6
7. Vasas 7 – 5
8. Kaposvar 7 – 1

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