How to get away – Act 5!

Liga 1

Episode number 165 of the derby with Dinamo was still tied, 1-1, for the fifth time after a match dominated by Steaua, but the guests have shown much luck.

The duel between Steaua and Dinamo remained a Derby only at declarative level, the team of Stefan cel Mare practicing in recent years, an ultra-defensive game, their only objective is getting a tie!

Despite Course on National Arena game, Dinamo opened the scoring in the 12th minute through Rotariu, who took a corner and scored with his head, the ball being deflected into the net by Hamrouni. William De Amorim debut in red and blue shirt, achieved a draw in the 18th minute with a shot excellent from outside the box. All Brazilian missed the greatest opportunity of the match, sending the ball into the lawn of a situation of impending goal after an excellent cross by Popa. On the other side, Dinamo missed a single opportunity in the game by Lazar, preferring, otherwise, apply a small team tactics.

In other news, match with Dinamo was the debut for Fernando Boldrin, which showed that it is a player that our club is based very much in the future.

At 27 027 spectators attended the game and our club thanks the supporters of Steaua, who have encouraged the favorites throughout the game!

Steaua will travel from England to play-off second leg UEFA Champions League against Manchester City and movement Saturday from Severin, Gorj against Pandurii Targu-Jiu.

Below you can read the game box technique:

FC Steaua – FC Dinamo 1-1 (1-1)
Scorers: De Amorim 18 / Rotariu 12

FC Steaua: Nita – Enache Tamas, Mitrea, Momcilović – Popa, Stanciu, Boldrin (Aganovic 83 ‘), Hamrouni – F. Tanase, De Amorim (Achim 58’).

Coach: Laurentiu Reghecampf.

FC Dinamo: Branescu – Romera, Nedelcearu, Mevlja Philip – Hance, Busuladzic, Palic (Olteanu 89 ‘) – Rotariu Gnohere (D. Popa 83’), Lazar (Serban 70 ‘).

Coach: Ioan Andone.

Yellow cards: 15 Tamas ‘Aganovic 90 + 1’ / Gnohere 14 ‘, Busuladzic 15’.

Red cards: Filip 88 ‘.

Referees: Radu Petrescu (Bucuresti), Vasile Marinescu (Bucuresti), Radu Ghinguleac (Bucharest); Marcel Bîrsan (Bucharest).

Observers: Aron Huzu (Sibiu), Mircea Calin (Bucharest).