Paksi FC started with a defeat in Belek

Robert Waltner’s team acted aggressively against their opponent, who belonged to the Polish Premier League midfield, threatening the opponent’s goal in the first minutes. In the 20th minute of the match, which was played in torrential rain accompanied by strong winds, Balint Szabo scored the ball in the middle of the field, then passed it to Mate Agban, who was coming from the left, who shot. The right side of the goal from sixteen meters with his left foot. After the lead, the game became tied, but Gergely Nagy’s goal was not in danger until the start of the first half. In the 38th minute, Attila Osvath counted a pass from the left, taking advantage of that to equalize Spain’s Jesus Imaz, who has 11 Canadian points in the tournament (8 goals, 3 assists). During the break, Atomváros changed lines, but Bialystok was closer to taking the lead during the match, which became more and more scattered by runs and kicks. The winning goal was scored by Andrej Trobha, who converted a penalty kick against the goalkeeper.

On Saturday, PFC will play against RTS Widzew Lodz from Poland (9:30 am) and FK Vojvodina from Serbia (1 pm). Their last training match in Turkey will be played against Ittihad Club of Luxembourg next week on Tuesday (1pm).

Preparation match

Paksi FC – Jagiellonia Bialystok (Polish I.) 1–2 (1–1)
Pax: Nagy G. – Osváth, Szélpál, Kádár, Szabó J. – Papp K., Windecker, Bőle – Máté Sajbán, Szabó B., Varga B.
replacing: Vas, Tamás O., Kinyik, Kovács, Balogh B., Haris, Gyurkits, Haraszti, Horváth K., Nyári
Scorers: Mateh Sagban (20), Emaze (38), Trobha (80, out of 11)

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