Újpest vs. Kisvárda Match Report – Sunday August 5, 2018

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (Matchweek 3)
Újpest
1
1-1-1
Manager: Nebojsa Vignjevic
Kisvárda
0
0-0-3
Manager: Janos Kovacs
Sunday August 5, 2018, 18:00 (venue time)
Nemzeti Bajnokság I (Matchweek 3)
 
Attendance: 2,079
Venue: Szusza Ferenc Stadion, Budapest
Officials: Sándor Andó-Szabó (Referee) · György Ring (AR1) · Krisztián Király (AR2) · Gábor Varga (4th)
Alassane Diallo · 66’

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Match Summary

Kick Off
 19’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 34’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
Half Time
 47’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 50’
0:0
 — Yellow Card
 58’
0:0
 — Substitute
 58’
0:0
 — Substitute
 65’
0:0
 — Substitute
 66’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0
 71’
1:0
 — Substitute
 75’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 82’
1:0
 — Yellow Card
 82’
1:0
 — Substitute
 85’
1:0
 — Substitute

Team Stats

Cards

Újpest Player Stats

Újpest Goalkeeper Stats

Újpest Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Filip Pajovićrs SRB900

Kisvárda Player Stats

Kisvárda Goalkeeper Stats

Kisvárda Goalkeeper Stats Table
Player Nation Min GA Saves Save%
Felipebr BRA900

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