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March 28, 2023

Friendly games for Romanian teams

St. Etienne – Dinamo, 2-0

Dinamo Bucharest was defeated on Saturday in Belley by France’s AS St. Etienne, score 2-0 (1-0). The game was part of Dinamo’s training stage in France. The goals were scored by Mirallas (27th minute) and Dmitri Payet (81st minute). Head coach Dario Bonetti used the following team: E. Dolha (Cr. Munteanu 78th minute) – Scarlatache, Dumitru Grigore, Moti, Pulhac – Torje, L. Rus, Tamas, Adrian Cristea (Predescu 69th minute) – Andrei Cristea, Cl. Niculescu. There were 2,000 fans in the stands. Dinamo has won a single game in its training stage (2-0 against FC Nantes). Dinamo lost its games against Olympique Marseille (1-2), Aix-les-Bains (1-2) and St. Etienne (0-2) and drew against Croix de Savoie (1-1). The team will return to Romania on Sunday.

Vasas Budapest – Poli Iasi, 1-3

Poli Iasi has defeated Hungary’s Vasas Budapest on Friday evening, score 3-1 (2-0). Poli has thus won its third friendly game in its training stage in Siegendorf. The game was played in Sopron, Hungary. Poli Iasi will play its next friendly game on Monday, against Hungary’s ETO Gyor.

FC Brasov – FC Zamalek, 7-1

FC Brasov has defeated Egypt’s FC Zamalek on Friday, score 7-1 (3-1). It was the first game in FC Brasov’s training stage in Switzerland. Brasov’s goals were scored by Hadnagy (4th and 44th minutes), Catalin Munteanu (10th minute, penalty kick), Zaharia (75th and 90th minutes), Cristescu (80th minute) and Cr. Ionescu (90th minute). The game was interrupted for several minutes because of the fog and rainfall registered in Anzere.

FC Vaslui – Fortuna Dusseldorf, 0-1

FC Vaslui lost its game against Fortuna Dusseldorf on Friday evening, score 0-1. It was another defeat registered by FC Vaslui in its training stage in Germany. The game’s only goal was scored in the first half. Fortuna Dusseldorf managed to keep its lead despite the opportunities wasted by Cristi Dulca’s team in the second half. In this training stage FC Vaslui has a record of three wins, one draw and two defeats.

Pandurii – Dennizlispor, 2-2

Pandurii Tg. Jiu game against Turkey’s Denizlispor ended in a draw on Saturday in Radenthein, score 2-2 (1-1). The game was part of a training stage in Austria. Jaka Stromajer (22nd minute) and Adrian Nalati (78th minute penalty kick) scored for Pandurii, while Anghelov (45th and 87th minutes) scored for Denizlispor.

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