Magyars Abroad – Roundup (24-26th August)


[h3]Friday[/h3]

England

Adam Bogdan played the full game for Bolton in a 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest. He played well, making some good saves, but had no chance with either goal after two superb strikes from the former European champions.

Holland

Krisztian Nemeth and Tamas Kadar both played for Roda JC, and their poor start to the season got worse as they lost 1-0 to Waalwijk. Both players played the full 90 minutes for the third consecutive game.

Norway

Zsolt Korcsmar played the whole game for Brann in their 1-0 loss to Odd Grenland. Korcsmar has recently been linked with a move to Bundesliga 2 side, Duisburg.

 

[h3]Saturday[/h3]

Austria

Imre Szabics played 87 minutes in Sturm Graz’s 3-2 win over Admira. Szabics was replaced for a defensive substitute as Sturm tried to hold onto their advantage.

Belgium

Roland Juhasz played the whole game for Anderlecht in their 1-1 away draw with Leuven.

England

David Grof kept a clean sheet for Walsall in their 1-0 win over Notts County. Grof put in a steller as the underdogs claimed a vital away win in League One – their first of the season.

Germany

Tamas Hajnal had a poor game vs Wolfsburg and was dragged off at half-time. His team Stuttgart went on to lose 1-0, after it being only 0-0 at half-time.

Adam Szalai played the whole game for Mainz who drew 1-1 away to Freiburg.

Zoltan Stieber played 20 minutes for Furth in their 3-0 loss against Bayern. The former Mainz man came on at 2-0 on and was fairly anonymous during his time on the pitch.

Greece

Marton Fulop kept a clean sheet Asteras in their superb 1-0 victory away at AEK Athens.

Italy

Robert Feczesin played 75 minutes for Brescia in their 1-0 loss away to Crotone. Feczesin was substituted at 1-0.

Norway

Peter Kovacs bagged another brace for Stromgodset in their 3-3 draw with Lillestrom. Stromgodset currently sit in a suprising 2nd place after 20 games, and Kovacs has 8 goals in 14 starts.

Poland

Gergo Lovrencsics played 89 minutes as Lech Poznan beat Polonia Warsaw 2-1 away from home. The first Lech goal came from a Lovrencsics corner.

Romania

Adam Vass played the whole game for CFR Cluj in their disappointing 3-2 loss to Rapid Bucharest. Cluj were 2-0 up at half-time.

Russia

Balazs Dzsudzsak had a superb game for Dinamo Moscow assisting two and scoring the other in their 3-2 derby win over Lokomotiv. Dzsudzsak now has 2 in 2 after not netting a club league goal in over a year.

Tamas Priskin played the whole game for Alania as they went down 3-1 to FK Rostov.

Spain

Adam Pinter played 70 minutes for Zaragoza in their 2-1 victory over Espanyol. Pinter was replaced at 1-1 when Zaragoza were chasing that winning goal.

 

[h3]Sunday[/h3]

Belgium

Laszlo Koteles kept a clean sheet for Genk in their 2-0 Waregem. Genk are still unbeaten in the Jupiler League after 5 games.

Finland

Tamas Gruborovics netted twice more for JJK in their 3-2 win away to KuPS. He now has 12 goals in 22 league games – from midfield.

Germany

Szabolcs Huszti played 21 minutes for Hannover in their 2-2 draw with Schalke. Huszti came on for his 2nd Bundesliga debut for Hannover at 2-1 to Schalke.

Holland

Gabor Babos played the whole game for NEC and picked up a booking in their 3-1 loss at home to Twente. NEC have now conceded 9 goals in their first 3 league games.

Italy

Daniel Tozser made his debut for Genoa with 23 minutes against Cagliari. Genoa won 2-0 and were 1-0 up when Tozser came on.

Russia

Vladimir Koman played 76 minutes for Krasnodar in their 2-2 away draw with Amkar. Krasnodar were 2-0 up after just 25 minutes.

Spain

Half-Magyar Miku played 70 minutes for Getafe in their incredible 2-1 victory over Real Madrid. Miku was replaced just before Getafe’s 2nd goal.

Switzerland

Vilmos Vanczak played the whole game at right back for FC Sion who lost 1-0 away to Zurich.

 

[h3]Players on Bench [/h3]

Zoltan Gera – West Brom