Hancko, dance the tango! The Slovak brightened up the legendary stadium – Sports – Football – European Cups

Slovak footballer Dávid Hancko scored the first goal in Feynoord Rotterdam’s shirt.


16/09/2022 11:20

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David Hancko of Feyenoord scores a goal in Sturm’s net.

In the Europa League match, he helped his team to victory over Sturm Graz by 6:0 when he scored the home side’s second goal in the 31st minute. In addition to the 24-year-old defender, another Slovak, Marek Hamšík, also impressed in Thursday’s duels.

After Feyenoord’s victory, the table in Group F is in balance after the second round, in addition to the Orange, Lazio Rome, Sturm and Midtjylland also have three points.

The Danish team surprisingly outclassed Lazio on Thursday with 5:1. In Stadium De Kuip, home team Feyenoord took the lead in the 9th minute when Iranian striker Alireza Jahanbachsh scored.

Then came the 31st minute, when Hancko exchanged the ball for Oussam Idrissi on the left, and from a corner he managed to push the shot past the defender and put a “crib” on the keeper.

“David Hanko! Dance the tango with me,” the commentator responded after the defender lit up the stands of the legendary Feyenoord stadium. Watch the video:

The home team scored a total of four times before halftime and finished half a dozen after the change of teams.

“We were not only strong offensively on the ball, but also showed a lot of discipline in defense. Especially the combination of scoring and playing good football, but not making it complicated in the back, was the most important thing in this match,” says Feyenoord coach Arne Slot on the club’s website.

For Hanck, it was the fifth game in the Orange colors since his transfer from Sparta Prague. He started in all of them from the start, playing the full 90 minutes in the last three.

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Marek Hamšík contributed to Trabzonspor’s victory over Red Star Belgrade 2:1. The opening goal of the Turkish champions came in the 16th minute, the thirty-five-year-old midfielder made his mark for the first time in the season and in the calendar year 2022. Before that, he scored in December 2021 in a league match with Demirspor Adana.

He scored against the Serbian team with a header from a cross by Trezeguet. The Egyptian then added the second shot himself in the 68th minute. Five minutes before the decisive intervention, the Serbs lost the ousted Kings Kangwa.

However, home coach Abdullah Avci was not satisfied with the performance of his team after this moment. It was in the weakened state that the guests reduced:

“For most of the game we played very well, we kept the ball, put pressure on the opponent, got the ball behind the defence, closed the midfield and played on the edges.

After the opponent’s ejected player left, we held the ball even more, but we gave in. It didn’t suit us to play against ten.

Whether the game continues at 11 against 11 or continues at 11 against 10, even if it is 3-0, you must play correctly every moment of the game because the opponent will punish you. We saw that in this match too.”

Hamšík played until the 61st minute, after which Enis Bardhi replaced him.

The Slovakian footballer only returned to the field last week after a month-long hiatus to treat his injured calf.

“Trezeguet has found me wonderful, I am very happy that I took the opportunity. I am happy that I was able to score. Moreover, I was able to celebrate the goal in my usual way.”

I am going through a difficult time, this goal means a lot to me. It was a beautiful evening, we won, I scored a goal, what more could you want? We are happy to have made our amazing fans happy with three points.

We needed this win like salt, I think we kicked ourselves in the ass and on Sunday we will also be successful in the Turkish league,” Hamšík said on his website.

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