MATCH REPORT | Let the streak continue (1-3)

Real Betis beat Ferencváros in Budapest

Real Betis are in a great moment. This is what the current streak says, with five wins out of the last six games. The last one of them, tonight in Budapest against Ferencváros TC in the second match of the UEFA Europa League group stage.

The game began in a really good way for the men managed by Manuel Pellegrini, as the team only needed 17 minutes to take the lead in the score. Fekir received a pass from Rodri, controlled, and sent a phenomenal shot to the back of the net. However, when it looked like the game was going into half time with 0-1 in the score, the home side scored.

In the second period, the initial minutes were really close in all aspects of the game. Step by step, Betis started to improve and, in the 76th minute, a corner kick delivered by Fekir went in after bouncing on a Ferencváros defender. To close the score, Tello finished a counterattack in the last minute of the added time.

Ferencváros: Dibusz, Wingo, Botka (Zublok 81'), Blazic, Samy Mmaee, Civic, Vecsei, Zachariassen (Nguen 61'), Laidouni (Loncar 88'), Ryan Mmaee, Uzuni.
Goals: Uzuni (44').
Booked: Laidouni.

Real Betis: Rui Silva, Montoya, Pezzella, Bartra, Paul (Guido Rodríguez 57'), Guardado, Rodri (Rober 81'), Fekir, Joaquín (Tello 57'), Borja Iglesias (Willian José 57').
Goals: Fekir (17'), Wingo, o. g. (76'), Tello (94').
Booked: Paul, Montoya, Rodri.

Referee: Roi Reinshreiber (Israel).