Romanian Cup: The number three team from Cluj-Napoca bid farewell to the defending champion

Romanian Cup: The number three team from Cluj-Napoca bid farewell to the defending champion Romanian Cup: The number three team from Cluj-Napoca bid farewell to the defending champion
Friday, September 27, 2019, 09:32 & nbsp; | & nbsp;

There will also be Sepsi OSK in the draw for the next stage, which was able to win away 4-1 against the second division Timisoara Ripensia. The last two winners on Thursday were Poli Iasi and the capital’s FCSB.

The only question mark is at the forefront of the FC Botosani-Cluj CFR clash. As we wrote, the match, which ended in a 2-2 draw after regular time and overtime, was not won by the Bukovinians after the penalties were taken. However, after the blow-up, it turned out that FC Botosani did not comply with the Romanian Football Association's (FRF) competition rules, which require clubs to nominate at least six Romanian-born footballers, but only five such players. . & Nbsp;

Romanian Cup, to reach the eighth final
FC Botoșani v Cluj-Napoca CFR 2-2 (after 6-4 free kicks)
Resicabánya CSM - CSU Craiova & nbsp; 0-1
Chindia Targoviste - Sibiu FC Hermannstadt 0-1
CS Făurei - CS Mioveni 1-5
Alsógáldi Industria - Petrolul Ploiești 0-1
FC U Craiova - Cluj U 2-3
Chiajna - Voluntari 2-3
Turris Tr. Măgurele - Academica Clinceni 2-3
Flacăra Horezu v Astra Giurgiu 0-2
Foresta Suceava - Medgyesi Gaz Metan 2-1
Aradi UTA - Dinamo 1-3
Metalul Buzău - FK Csikszereda 1-0 & nbsp;
Timisoara Ripensia - Sepsi OSK 1-4
Cluj-Napoca Sănătatea - Viitorul 1-0
Rapid - Poli Iași 0-1
Metaloglobus - FCSB 0-2
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