The game started bad for the favorite, as Szolnok scored within 10 minutes. Many FTC supporters thought the goal was offside, which it was not, and were getting highly agitated. Some started to move towards the pitch, which led to reinforcements of the police and FTC security. They were saved by the referee, who gave a dodgy penalty to the visitors only one minute after the 1-0. The 1-1 calmed the Fradi hools down, and they were completely satisfied a couple of minutes later when they scored 1-2. That was also the half time score. Despite the heat it was almost impossible to get anything to drink -- only two small stands provided some drinks and food (well, sun flower pits). After half time, with the standard 'cheerleaders' of 14-15 years old who are neither hot nor talented -- the game started slow, with Szolnok having some good plays, but FTC scoring the goals. At 1-4 the referee decided to give Szolnok its dodgy penalty, after which FTC scored the final goal of the game: 2-5.
Walking back to the station various honking cars and busses with shouting Fradi fans passed by again, while the Szolnok fans seemed invisible in their own town. In and around the station fans were drinking and police were keeping an eye on them. There wasn't any violence, although you could see the potential. All in all the train ride back was relaxed, which might also have been because I took the more expensive Inter City.
Sure, the level of play wasn't too high. Szolnok is a mediocre team in the Hungarian second division and Ferencvaros wouldn't do too well in the first division. But seeing Ferencvaros play in the second division is an opportunity you don't get too often. Thus, a historic groundhop. :-)