At minute 9 Slavia took the lead. Vondrášek hit the ball with his hand inside the penalty area and Halil Altintop scored the first league goal for Slavia from the spot.
Teplice could equalise some 10 minutes later but Jeřábek was denied by Laštůvka with his close-range effort. On the other side Zmrhal stood head to head with Grigar but was denied by Teplice goalkeeper.
Teplice were better on the beginning of the second half and Fillo could equalise shortly after the break but Bořil blocked his shot on the goal line.
Zmrhal could double the Slavia lead at minute 58 but his lob was stopped by one of the returning defenders. But Teplice were better team in the end and Laštůvka had to solve several difficult situations.
Despite Teplice’s pressure Slavia managed to keep the lead and entered the league victoriously. On Wednesday the red-and-whites travel to Borisov to face BATE in the second leg of Champions League 3rd qualifying round.
Match with Teplice saw some significant records for Slavia players. Jan Laštůvka recorded his 100th clean sheet in the league game and became member of League Goalkeepers’ club. Muris Mešanovič played his 100th game in the Premiere Leagues.
Laštůvka – Frydrych, Bílek (C), Jugas, Bořil – Souček, Altintop (71. Hušbauer), Ščuk (80. Ngadeu) – Mingazov (59. Van Buren), Mešanović, Zmrhal
Grigar – Vondrášek, Jeřábek, Šušnjar, Krob (89. Král) – Ljevakovič (C), Kučera – Fillo, Jan Rezek, Vošahlík (81. Haljeta) – Vaněček (68. Červenka)
Booking: Ščuk - Vondrášek, Rezek
Referee: Orel - Paták, Hájek