Slavia defeated Hammarby in the last warm-up match

4:2
(3:1)
friendly, Sa 8.2.2020, Lagos, Portugalsko
friendly, Sa 8.2.2020, Lagos, Portugalsko
SK Slavia Praha - Hammarby IF (Švé.)
Goals: 3. Stanciu, 7. Masopust, 23. Bořil, 87. Coufal - 34. Tanković, 86. Ludwigsson
The red and whites scored 3 goals in opening 25 minutes and eventually won 4-2.
Experienced squad started for Slavia in what was the last friendly before start of the Czech league next Sunday. Only 18-year old Lukáš Červ started on defensive midfield.

Nicolae Stanciu opened the score just 3 minutes into the game after good pressing by Olayinka. After 10 minutes the Romanian international had to be substituted due to muscle injury.

After 7 minutes Masopust doubled Slavia lead with his cross shot from the right side after Tecl’s pass.

In 23rd minute Bořil added third unattended on the far post after a set piece.

Hammarby then scored two, Olayinka created several good opportunities in the second half but failed to score and it was Coufal who returned Slavia two-goal lead with another cross shot in 86th minute.

Slavia play their first league game of 2020 on Sunday, 16 February, away at Bohemians Prague.

4:2

Lineups

SK Slavia Praha

Kolář – Coufal, Kúdela (85. Holeš), Bořil, Zelený (85. Frydrych) – Ševčík, Červ (76. Júsuf) – Masopust (82. Hellebrand), Stanciu (9. Dorley, 82. Provod), Olayinka – Tecl (76. Musa)

Hammarby IF (Švé.)

Blazević – Sandberg (40. de Brito), Fenger, Magyar, Söderström, Bojanic (72. Ludwigson), Junior, Andersen, Kacaniklic, Johannsson, Tanković (60. Rodic)

MATCH DETAILS

Goals
3. Stanciu, 7. Masopust, 23. Bořil, 87. Coufal - 34. Tanković, 86. Ludwigsson
Yellow cards
90. Musa - 18. Magyar

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