Keeping the tradition: Another big home win

round  8, Su 11.9.2022, Fortuna Arena
round  8, Su 11.9.2022, Fortuna Arena
SK Slavia Praha - SK Dynamo České Budějovice
Goals: 18. a 45. Tecl, 21. Schranz, 51. Masopust, 66. Lingr, 71. Ewerton - 56. Potočný
Slavia scored six goals against České Budějovice, Stanislav Tecl added his goals No. 7 and 8 this season.
Slavia made sic changes into the starting line-up compared to the game at Sivasspor on Thursday. However, Tomáš Holeš sustained an injury during the warm-up and had to be replaced by Taras Kacharaba.

Slavia continued in the style of the recent home games and put Budějovice under pressure from the very beginning. With just 7 minutes on the clock Jurásek set up Lingr in front of an open net, but his header was saved superbly by goalkeeper Janáček. The away goalkeeper then denied Douděra with his volley ten minutes later.

Slavia took lead at minute 18 when Stanislav Tecl headed in Jurásek’s cross from a corner. Only 3 minutes later Mandous started a quick counter attack with a long cross, Stanislav Tecl made a quick throw in and Ivan Schranz fired the ball through Dynamo goalkeeper to double Slavia lead.

Schranz and Tecl then changed roles shortly before the end of the opening half when Schranz latched onto a long pass inside of the box, went past a defender and goalkeeper and set up Stanislav Tecl who sent the ball into an open net to score his 8th goal in 8 league games this season.

After the break it took Slavia only 7 minutes to score a fourth goal and it was Lukáš Masopust who curled his shot beautifully behind Janáček to score his first goal since March 2021.

Only 4 minutes later Dynamo managed to score their only goal of the game when Roman Potočný fired from 25 metres after one of the few counter-attacks and his effort went into the top right corner out of Mandous’ reach.

But the Red-Whites did not admit any drama and scored two more goals before the final whistle. After 66 minutes Ondřej Lingr thumped in the ball from Jurásek’s cross and in the 71st minute new man o the pitch Ewerton added sixth when his low shot has been deflected by one of the Dynamo defenders.

After big wins over Pardubice and Teplice Slavia scored six goals at home again and defeated České Budějovice 6-1. The Red-Whites host FC Ballkani in the UECL at Fortuna Arena on Thursday before travelling to Plzeň to play a direct game for the first place against Viktoria on Sunday.



SK Slavia Praha

Mandous - Jurásek D. (73. Jurásek M.), Kačaraba, Ousou, Douděra (68. Usor) - Lingr (68. Ewerton), Tiéhi, Schranz (68. Jurečka), Masopust, Provod (78. Hromada) - Tecl

SK Dynamo České Budějovice

Janáček - Skovajsa, Sladký, Havel, Králik - Grič (70. Sluka), Hellebrand (46. Čavoš), Hora, Čmelík (46. Švec), Potočný (84. Hais) - Zajíc


18. a 45. Tecl, 21. Schranz, 51. Masopust, 66. Lingr, 71. Ewerton - 56. Potočný
Yellow cards
Grič, Potočný, Sluka
Red cards
65. Hora
Křepský - Hájek, Antoníček



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