Ten minutes later Slavia took lead. Ševčík’s cross form the corner found Lingr’s head on the front post and our forward opened the score. In the 24th minute after another corner the low ball got to Matěj Jurásek who fired it through all the players in front of him. The shot was slightly deflected by Stanislav Tecl and he will be thus recorded as the author of the goal.
Slavia created many more chances in the first half, but Teplice goalkeeper Mucha made several good saves and another Lingr’s strike was disallowed due to a previous offside.
After the break Slavia continued in the pressure and in the 50th minute Stanislav Tecl sent the ball into an open net after a cross by Holeš to make it 3-0. Ten minutes later Tomáš Holeš sent another cross – this time from the left side – and Taras Kacharaba outjumped Teplice defence and headed the ball behind Mucha. 4-0.
After 64 minutes Moses Usor made the 11 thousand fans at Fortuna Arena explode again when he curled his shot in the far post after a Zidane-style roulette on the edge of the box. Last word belonged to Lukáš Provod who was set up by Fila inside of the box and sent the sixth Slavia goal past goalkeeper.
The Red-Whites won 6-0 against Teplice and are still unbeaten at home this season. Slavia scored 19 goals in the last 4 competitive games with Aleš Mandous keeping four clean sheets.
Mandous – Schranz, Santos, Kačaraba, D. Jurásek – Holeš (74. Tiéhi), Ševčík (74. Provod) – Usor (78. Fila), Lingr, M. Jurásek (69. Ewerton) – Tecl (69. Traoré)
Mucha – Dramé, Chaloupek, Hybš – Kodad (81. Shejbal), Mareček (C) (46. Kučera), Jukl, Urbanec (69. Hyčka) – Křišťan – Čerepkai (46. Gningue), Žák (62. Trubač)