They no longer needed to fix the bad first half. Slavia footballers were not enough for Feyenoord – ČT sport – Czech Television
After two matches of the group, the Czech champion has three bodies in second place as well as Union, Feyenoord leads the table with four points. The last is Maccabi Haifa, on whose soil the famous leaders in another duel on October 21. Only the winners of the groups will advance directly to the round of 16 of the newly formed European Conference League;
Slavia lost after a series of five competitive victories and had to successfully tune in to Sunday’s league derby in Sparta. The Red and Whites, who reached the quarterfinals of the European League last season, did not win the cups for the fourth time in a row. Feyenoord won the first match in the UEFA competition with the Czech opponent.
Coach Slavie Trpišovský made several line-up changes before the derby. Ekpai, Oscar or Tecl got into the opening eleven, on the other hand, only the shooter Schranz or Captain Bořil started on the bench, instead of the untraditional Masopust.
From the very beginning, the great backdrop of the packed De Kuip stadium of 50,000 was played at a great pace. Feyenoord, who has won four international cup trophies in the past, was more emphatic at the start and opened the scoring at the end of the 13th minute. Sinisterra tapped Kökcüm and he crossed Mandous from the edge of the lime with a ground shot to the pole.
After that, Linssen hit only a Slavic measure in detail in another position, but in the 24th minute he is already growing. After a long rush, he centered Malacia and Linssen pushed himself in front of the defending Masopust in a header duel. Twice more during the break, he threatened Sinister, first headed for Mandous and then waited outside.
Coach Trpišovský took turns three times at the half and sent fresh Plavšič, Lingra and Kuchta to the lawn. The Praguers came to life and cannot be reduced in the 63rd minute. Holeš jumped on Ševčík’s center from a direct kick from the right side and overcame Bijlow with his head. The Slavic defensive universal confirmed that he is doing well against the Dutch teams, in the round of 16 of the Summer European Championships he helped with a winning goal to win the Czech national team over “Oranjes” 2: 0.
Feyenoord, the winner of the European Champions Cup since 1970 and the UEFA Cup from 1974 and 2002, was not so threatened after the break. After 72 minutes, Kuchta’s Buchlowa fell awkwardly, but was determined to stay in the match. However, the Praguers did not manage to compare even in a five-minute setting, during which the goalkeeper Mandous also set out to support the attack.