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Vidi just about enjoy the slightest of better records between the two clubs. Videoton will travel to the capital on Saturday in what will be the 96th game.
There have been 20 games that have been drawn between Videoton and MTK. Saturday's hosts have won 37 while Vidi have gone one better with 38 overall. The goal difference reads 143-116 in the red and blues favour. The weekend fixture will be the 96th time that the two clubs come face to face.
It will be the 48th match at the home of MTK on Saturday. MTK enjoy a better record with 26 wins, 9 draws and 12 matches that have ended in success for Videoton. The overall goal difference is 72-56 for the capital side. The last three matches involving MTK and Vidi have been played in three different stadiums due to the construction of a new arena for MTK. Each of those three games have ended in 1-0 scorelines with Vidi twice picking up maximum points.
The first league match:
The first game took place on the 9th June 1968 in the first division. The game in Budapest ended in a 3-1 home win with Vidi's goal coming from Laszlo Karsai.
The first Vidi win:
That did not take too long to come with the return match in 1968 producing a win. The game in Szekesfehervar on the 24th November saw goals from Pinter and Bodnar secure a 2-0 win against MTK.
Biggest ever win:
That happened quite recently on the 23rd August 2014 at the Sostoi stadium. The 5-0 home win resulted in the largest ever win over MTK in a season that ended with the league title. The most recent game also provided a 5-0 win for Videoton back in April 2016.
There have been several matches that have seen wins by a four goal margin. The first was in the 1982-83 season in week 8 of that campaign. Goals from Zsinka, Szabo, Csuhay, Csongradi, Disztl L and Majer resulted in a good 6-2 win at home. March 1985 also produced a game with goals. A double from Szabo and Burcsa helped the home side to a 4-0 win. A hatrick by Petres in September 1988 and a further goal from Jonas also produced a 4-0 home win. The most recent game that saw a four goal margin was in the 2008-2009 season after week 23. Vidi won 4-0 away from home on the 17th April 2009 with three goals from Goran Vujovics and a Denes Szakaly goal.
Most goals in a match:
The two clubs have met in 91 league games. A total of 2 of them have seen 8 goals scored. The 1985 6-2 home win over MTK has been covered above, but there was another match in Fehervar on the 29th April 2007 that saw a 5-3 win over the blue and whites. Juszuf Dajics and Julinho scored two each, while Dani Nagy added the other goal in an exciting match.
Goalscorers against MTK:
10 goals: Szabó József
5 goals: Karsai László, Szalmásy Tamás, Horváth Ferenc
4 goals: Tiber László, Májer Lajos, Burcsa Győző, Petres Tamás, Nikolics Nemanja
3 goals: Wollek Tibor, Nagy II János, Csongrádi Ferenc, Nagy Tibor, Goran Vujovics, André Alves
2 goals: Kovács József, Földes Gábor, Takács Lajos, Vadász Imre, Predrag Gajics, Hercegfalvi Zoltán, Dvéri Zsolt, Julinho, Juszuf Dajics, Sitku Illés, Kovács István, Danko Lazovic, Loic Nego
1 goal: Pintér, Bodnár László, Józsa, Burka Imre, Hartyáni Gábor, Csukovics László, Baranyi Sándor, Végh Tibor, Zsinka János, Csuhay József, Disztl László, Kanyok Imre, Emmer László, Jónás Gyula, Máriási Zsolt, Sallói István, Czéh László, Lőrincz Antal, Onyeabor Monye, Vasile Miriuta, Zimmermann Tamás, Lukács Zoltán, Vancsa Miklós, Csehi Zoltán, Bány Tamás, Zombori Zalán, Szalai Csaba, Sorato, Korsós Attila, Hamar István, Tomas Medved, Kuttor Attila, Magasföldi József, Ion Voicu, Csizmadia Csaba, Nagy Dániel, Szakály Dénes, Marko Andics, Dusan Vasziljevics, Elek Ákos, Sándor György, Nikola Mitrovics, Arturo Álvarez, Nildo, Asmir Suljic
Four own goals.