2010–11 Magyar Kupa

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2010–11 Magyar Kupa
Country  Hungary
Teams 154
Champions Kecskemét (1st title)
Runners-up Videoton
Matches played 165
Goals scored 638 (3.87 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Hungary László Kormos
Central African Republic Foxi Kethevoama
(6 each)

The 2010–11 Magyar Kupa (English: Hungarian Cup) was the seventy-first season of Hungary's annual knock-out cup football competition. It started with the first match of Round 1 on 7 August 2010 and ended with the Final held on 17 May 2011 at Stadium Puskás Ferenc, Budapest. The winners, Kecskemét, earned a place in the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League. Debrecen were the defending champions, having won their fourth cup competition last season.

Qualifying phase[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Matches were played on 7 and 8 August 2009 and involved the teams qualified through the local cup competitions during the previous season and the Nemzeti Bajnokság III teams.

Round 2[edit]

These matches were played between 17 and 18 August 2010 and involved the winners of Round 1 and the 2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság II teams.

Round 3[edit]

These matches were played between 21 September 2010 and 5 October 2010. The winners of Round 2 were joined by the majority of the 2010–11 Nemzeti Bajnokság I teams; sides involved in a European cup competition were given a bye to the next round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Győrszemere KSK 1–2 Haladás
Tisza Volán SC 2–1 Szolnok
Győr II 1–2 Pápa
Lipót SK 2–1 (a.e.t.) Veszprém FC
Bonyhád VLC 0–2 Siófok
Pécs 7–1 Kaposvölgye
Kakasd SE 1–7 Bajai LSE
Szekszárdi UFC 1–3 Kaposvár
Balatonlelle SE 0–4 Paks
Let's Do It Technoroll 0–1 Barcs
Budaörs 1–2 Honvéd
Újbuda TC 1–8 Ferencváros
Videoton-Puskás Akadémia 0–4 MTK
Tököl VSK 2–4 Vasas
Dunaharaszti MTK 2–1 MTK II
Honvéd II 2–1 Tatabánya
BKV Előre 1–0 (a.e.t.) Dunakanyar-Vác
Rákospalota 3–0 Szigetszentmiklósi TC
Békéscsaba 1–2 Kecskemét
Ceglédi VSE 1–0 Makói FC
Egri FC 2–0 Mezőkövesd-Zsóry SE
Putnok Városi SE 2–1 Felsőtárkány SC
Pétervására SE 0–3 Bőcs
Tiszakanyár SE 2–1 DVSC-DEAC
Bárándi KSE 1–2 Nagyecsed RSE
Tiszabecs LC 4–1 Nyíregyháza
Újpest SZTK-Erima
Soproni VSE 0–1 Gyirmót

Round 4[edit]

Entering this stage of the competition were the 28 winners from the previous round and the four clubs which competed in Europe this season. These matches took place between 6 October 2010 and 2 November 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Honvéd II 1–2 ZTE
Putnok Városi SE 1–3 (a.e.t.) Honvéd
BKV Előre 1–2 Siófok
Pécs 0–1 Paks
Ceglédi VSE 0–5 MTK
Bőcs 1–5 Újpest
Tisza Volán SC 1–3 Vasas
Dunaharaszti MTK 1–2 (a.e.t.) Kaposvár
Nagyecsed RSE 1–1 (7–8 p.) Debrecen
Tiszakanyár SE 0–3 Kecskemét
Lipót SK 2–5 Haladás
Tiszabecs LC 1–3 Egri FC
Barcs 1–7 Győr
Gyirmót 1–1 (2–3 p.) Pápa
Rákospalota 0–5 Ferencváros
Bajai LSE 2–4 Videoton

Final stage[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
 Debrecen 0 1 1  
 Kecskemét 3 3 6  
   Kecskemét 5 1 6  
   Siófok 1 1 2  
 Siófok 3 1 4
 Ferencváros 1 2 3  
   Kecskemét 5 0 5  
   ZTE 1 0 1  
 MTK (a) 0 1 1  
 Győr 0 1 1  
   MTK 0 1 1
   ZTE 0 2 2  
 Vasas 0 0 0
 ZTE 6 3 9  
   Kecskemét 3
   Videoton 2
 Pápa 1 1 2  
 Újpest 3 3 6  
   Újpest 2 2 4
   Kaposvár 3 2 5  
 Kaposvár 1 1 2
 Paks 0 0 0  
   Kaposvár 0 0 0
   Videoton 1 4 5  
 Egri FC 0 0 0  
 Honvéd 3 7 10  
   Honvéd 1 0 1
   Videoton 1 4 5  
 Videoton 3 3 6
 Haladás 0 1 1  

Round of 16[edit]

The sixteen winners of the previous round were drawn into eight two-legged matches. The winners on aggregate advanced to the next round. The first leg matches were played on 9–10 November 2010 with the exception of Kaposvár-Paks, which was played on 16 February 2011; the return legs were played on 1–2 March 2011 with the exception of Honvéd–Eger, which was played on 23 November 2010.[1]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Egri FC 0–10 Honvéd 0–3 0–7
MTK 1–1 (a) Győr 0–0 1–1
Pápa 2–6 Újpest 1–3 1–3
Videoton 6–1 Haladás 3–0 3–1
Vasas 0–9 ZTE 0–6 0–3
Debrecen 1–6 Kecskemét 0–3 1–3
Siófok 4–3 Ferencváros 3–1 1–2
Kaposvár 2–0 Paks 1–0 1–0

Quarter-finals[edit]

As in the previous round, ties were played over two legs. The winners advanced to the semi-finals. The first legs were played on 8–9 March 2011, with the return legs to be played on 15–16 March 2011.[1]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
MTK 1–2 ZTE 0–0 1–2
Újpest 4–5 Kaposvár 2–3 2–2
Kecskemét 6–2 Siófok 5–1 1–1
Honvéd 1–5 Videoton 1–1 0–4

First leg[edit]

8 March 2011
18:00 (UTC+1)
MTK 0–0 ZTE
Report (Hungarian)

8 March 2011
18:00 (UTC+1)
Újpest 2–3 Kaposvár
Lázár Goal 33'
Ahjupera Goal 60'
Report (Hungarian) Grumić Goal 20'38'
Balázs Goal 64'

9 March 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
Kecskemét 5–1 Siófok
Tököli Goal 8'
Vujović Goal 10'23'
Savić Goal 41'
Fehér Goal 49' (o.g.)
Report (Hungarian) Márton Goal 46'
Széktói Stadion, Kecskemét
Attendance: 1500
Referee: Roland Veizer

9 March 2011
18:00 (UTC+1)
Honvéd 1–1 Videoton
Zelenka Goal 22' Report (Hungarian) Nikolić Goal 71'

Second leg[edit]

15 March 2011
14:00 (UTC+1)
Siófok 1–1 Kecskemét
Melczer Goal 15' Report (Hungarian) Dosso Goal 12'

Kecskemét won 6–2 on aggregate.


15 March 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
ZTE 2–1 MTK
Delic Goal 36'
Turkovs Goal 48'
Report (Hungarian) Könyves Goal 43'
ZTE Arena, Zalaegerszeg
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Viktor Kassai

ZTE won 2–1 on aggregate.


15 March 2011
18:00 (UTC+1)
Videoton 4–0 Honvéd
Gosztonyi Goal 3'
Lencse Goal 27'80'
Gyurcsó Goal 90'
Report (Hungarian)

Videoton won 5–1 on aggregate.


16 March 2011
17:00 (UTC+1)
Kaposvár 2–2 Újpest
Zsók Goal 20'
Kulcsár Goal 73'
Report (Hungarian) Rajczi Red card 47'
Böőr Goal 62'
Sitku Goal 86'
Mitrović Red card 88'

Kaposvár won 5–4 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Ties in the semi-finals were also played over two legs.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Kecskemét 5–1 ZTE 5–1 0–0
Kaposvár 0–5 Videoton 0–1 0–4

First leg[edit]

19 April 2011
18:00 (UTC+2)
Kecskemét 5–1 ZTE
Kethevoama Goal 7'89'
Tököli Goal 18'
Litsingi Goal 29'34'
Report (Hungarian) Kamber Goal 79'

20 April 2011
18:00 (UTC+2)
Kaposvár 0–1 Videoton
Report (Hungarian) Lipták Goal 48'
Farkas Red card 72'

Second leg[edit]

3 May 2011
17:00 (UTC+2)
ZTE 0–0 Kecskemét
Report (Hungarian)

Kecskemét won 5–1 on aggregate.


4 May 2011
17:00 (UTC+2)
Videoton 4–0 Kaposvár
Vasiljević Goal 11'56'
Vaskó Goal 17'
Nikolić Goal 90+2'
Report (Hungarian)

Videoton won 5–0 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

17 May 2011
19:00 (UTC+2)
Kecskemét 3–2 Videoton
Foxi Goal 2'14'80' Report (Hungarian) Čukić Goal 48' (o.g.)
Nikolić Goal 82'
Magyar Kupa
2010–11 Winners
Kecskemét
1st Title

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Hungary László Kormos Bajai LSE 6
Central African Republic Foxi Kethevoama Kecskemét 6
3 Hungary Ferenc Germán Győrszemere KSK 5
Hungary Attila Simon ZTE 5
Hungary Ádám Hamar Egri FC 5
Hungary Gergő Lovrencsics Pécs 5
Serbia Dušan Vasiljević Videoton 5
Serbia Nemanja Nikolić Videoton 5
9 Hungary László Ascsillán Nagyecsed RSE 4
Hungary Dávid Kovács Újbuda TC 4
Hungary Tibor Tisza Újpest 4
Hungary Norbert Tóth Gyirmót 4
Hungary Gábor Kaszai Dunaharaszti MTK 4
Ukraine Replyuk Mykhaylo Tiszabecs LC 4
Republic of the Congo Francis Litsingi Kecskemét 4
Bosnia and Herzegovina Emil Miljković Ferencváros 4

Source: MLSZ (Click on "Góllövő lista", from the third combo box on the left select "Magyar Kupa", from the fourth combo box select "8. forduló" and click on "Lekérés indítása")

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Magyar Kupa 2010/2011 Final Stages". Soccerway. Retrieved 8 March 2011. 

External links[edit]