FCSB drew with Farul Constanța (1-1) in the Super League

FCSB ended the match with Farul Constanța in a draw, 1-1, on Monday evening, at the National Arena in Bucharest, in the last match of the 24th stage of the Super League, writes Agerpres.

FCSB – Lighthouse PHOTO: Facebook/FCSBOfficial

FCSB opened the scoring, through player Baba Alhassan (55), on his first goal in the red-blue shirt. The Constantinians equalized in extremis, through Ionuț Larie (90+5 – penalty), the penalty kick being awarded after an unclear phase, following the video referee, in the duel between Joyskim Dawa and two opponents, Mihai Popescu and Dragoș Nedelcu.

Farul managed to get a point in Bucharest on the day when its manager, Gheorghe Hagi, turned 59.

FCSB dominated the first part of the game and created several scoring opportunities, the clearest ones being missed by Alexandru Băluță (33) and Baba Alhassan (38). In min. 58, defender Siyabonga Ngezana missed a ball in the center of the field, Farul launched the counterattack, and Louis Munteanu scored from Damien Dussaut's cross, but the goal was canceled by VAR for a millimeter offside.

FCSB had the chance to break away at the end, but Eduard Radaslavescu (former Constantin player) missed from the box on two occasions (88, 89).

In the last phase of the match, FCSB could have won, but Joyskim Dawa's header went a short distance from the goal, after the corner executed by Florinel Coman (90+11).

The game was watched by 17,305 spectators.

FCSB is undefeated for six stages, in which it obtained four victories and two draws.

Farul reached the seventh stage without defeat, having four wins and three draws.

In the round, FCSB won with a score of 1-0.

FC FCSB – FC Farul Constanta 1-1 (0-0), National Arena – Bucharest

They scored: Baba Alhassan (55), respectively Ionuţ Larie (90+5 – penalty).

Referee: Horatiu Mircea Feşnic (Cluj-Napoca); assistant referees: Sebastian Eugen Gheorghe (Suceava),

Daniel Mitruţi (Craiova);

fourth official: Iulian Dima (Bucharest)

Video referee: Andrei Florin Chivulete (Bucharest);

video assistant referee: Adrian Vornicu (Iasi)

Observers: Sorin Boca (Iasi) – CCA, Ion Căţoi (Bucharest) – LPF