Slavia escaped from great trouble. The hit also turned to Slovácko thanks to the Paranciu parade

Slavia increased its lead at the head of Fortuna: League to eleven points. In the hit round on the field of the third Slovácko, she had little, lost twice, but in the end she turned to the final 2: 3. The staplers no longer lost 33 rounds in the league.

The Slavists won again just three days after advancing through Leicester in the European League. In Slovácko, they lost twice after goals by Lukáš Sadílek and Michal Kadlec, each time Nicolae Stanciu equalized for the guests, for the first time from a penalty, the second time with a great penalty kick. Ondřej Lingr took the turn in the 81st minute.

The defending champion has not lost 33 games in a row in the league and is three matches short of his own record. The Slavists increased the lead in the table to 11 points over the second Sparta, which, however, did not play a duel with Příbram due to the coronavirus in the team. Slovácko lost after nine rounds and is in third place by a point more than the fourth Jablonec.

The home team lacked the best shooter Kliment, who was eliminated at the last minute by problems with his knee. Slavia made two changes to Thursday’s victorious retaliation in Leicester, playing the stopper Deli instead of Kúdely and exchanging Oscar Hromada in reserve.

Slavia last lost in the league a year ago 0: 2 in Slovácko and did not start well in Uherské Hradiště this time either. With 11 minutes played, Sadílek put the home team one ahead on a cross coming in from the right, but the shot went just wide.

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The guests knocked out of the cheap goal only in the second half of the first half, when they took the initiative in the middle of the field and threatened for quick combinations. First he fired over Bořil, then Stanciu wounded Nemrava.

After 34 minutes, following yet another great corner, Jurečka knocked the ball to the limit of Judek’s reach, who just couldn’t put it in the net. Fortunately for the ball, the ball passed right next to Nemrav’s foot.

But more satisfied hosts went to the locker rooms. They withstood the onslaught of Slavia and struck around the corner in the second minute of the set time. Kalabiška extended the ball to the free Kadlec, who with his first league goal in the Slovácko jersey, after returning, sent his team up close into the lead. For the third time in the season of the highest competition, the people of Prague collected more than a goal in one duel.

Slavia’s attempt to equalize in the second half was started by Kuchta’s chances after Baha’s pass, but the visiting striker got out of the shooting angle and did not even fire. After an hour of play, the coach of the Praguers replaced Trpišovský three times, which proved to be key for further development. Masopust reached a promising end in the 69th minute, but only Simu hit the goal with a goal.

Then Kadlec fouled in front of the lime and Stanciu from a direct kick from 20 meters perfectly the ball right into the upper corner. The Romanian midfielder, who played for Sparta in the past, scored two goals in one league duel for the first time in Slavia.

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The Praguers continued the pressure and completed a turnaround in the 81st minute. Lingr jumped to the center from Bořil and decided with his head. Slavia won the league outside after the previous two draws.

21st round of the first football league:

1. FC Slovácko – Slavia Prague 2: 3 (2:1)

Goals: 11. Sadílek, 45. + 2 Kadlec – 36. from pen. and 72. Stanciu, 81. Lingr. Judges: Proske – Kotík, Dresler – Pechanec (video). ŽK: Petržela, Kadlec, Kubala, Svědík (coach) – Kuchta, Lingr, Kúdela. No spectators.

Slovácko: Nemrava – Reinberk, Kadlec, Hofmann, Kalabiška – Havlík, Daníček – Petržela (84. Kubala), Kohút (68. Cicilia), Sadílek – Jurečka (84. Divíšek). Coach: Witness.

Slavia: Kolář – Bah (63rd Masopust), Zima (63rd Kačaraba), Deli, Bořil – Oscar, Provod – Sima, Stanciu (86th Kúdela), Olayinka (90th Pile) – Kuchta (63rd Lingr). Coach: Trpišovský.


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