yesterday at 22:22
Slovak futsalists drew in their second match for European victories in the Netherlands with 2: 2.
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ME: Russian futsal players have another victory. They did not give Croatia a chance either
The Slovak rookie at the championship recorded a historical gain of points and a live chance to advance to the quarterfinals. He fights in his third basic C-group match on Saturday, January 29 with Croatia in Groningen.
National team coach Marián Berky’s team reacted well to the loss in the first match of the European Championships with Russia 1: 7. They lost the first half the tightest 0: 1, when they collected after a tough shot from Tomasz Kriezel.
In the second twenty minutes, they scored Matúš Ševčík and Tomáš Drahovský after goals, but they did not maintain a tight lead. At the end of the group, the Russians will meet the Poles. The acclaimed favored “zborná” is expected to win, the Slovaks will move the win over the Croats to the elimination phase, which will be enough for a draw.
Poland – Slovakia 2: 2 (1: 0)
Goals: 7. Kriezel, 33. Holý – 25. Ševčík, 28. Drahovský
ŽK: Lutecki (POL). Judges: Bugenko (Mold.), Oshikov (Est.), No spectators.
Poland: Kaluža – Kubik, Holý, Solecki, Marek – Madziag, Šmialkowski, Grubalski, Zastawnik, Lutecki, Leszczak, Kriezel, Wojciechowski – Nawrat
Slovakia: Karpiak – Rick, Kozár, Doša, Drahovský – Serbin, Ševčík, Směřička, Zdráhal, Zaťovič, Brunovský, Čeřovský, Ostrák – Oberman
The Slovaks began to get under pressure nervously and among the Poles. But it was they who took the lead in the 4th can, when Ševčík got a good ball to run and just past the left pole of the Polish goal. The Poles were given a chance to change things around. Drahovský and Karpiak were given a chance to change things around. Subsequently, the author of the opening goal hit the side net of the Slovak goal. Then the players of the duel took over the players of SR Drahovský in the 9th successful match with a hard blow. The Poles threatened dangerously, but after a mistake in their 13th Pool he aimed well, but caught him. As expected, there was a tough physical fight, both selections fought valiantly for space, the half-time break was no longer possible to shoot.
The second half began with an onslaught of Slovaks. Kaluža destroyed Rick’s shot from a good position and then Rick fired an inaccurate signal again. In a few seconds, Rick also didn’t make the third chance when he slipped at the crucial moment. Slovakia pushed and came to a level in the 25th. It was played on the edge of hardness, they both wanted to take the key win by their side. And in the 8th place the Slovaks scored a goal again Drahovský got rid of 2 with a great short on the line and overcame Kaluza with an excellent cross handle. Poles increased activity in Slovakia, increased and made mistakes, which they had to be careful about. Goalkeeper Karpi kept the strikes above his head, but on Hole’s close shot in the 33rd, but he was no longer enough – 2: 2. A minute later Drahovský could have scored the second goal, but the defense blocked him. In the dramatic end, Slovakia tried it with long balls, Rick was in a huge chance, but the Polish goalkeeper reset it well again. The Poles recently withdrew the goalkeeper, pushed hard, but the duel ended in a draw.
Votes after the match:
Marián Berky, coach of the Slovak Republic: “It was a very difficult match for all of us, both players and coaches. It was fought until the last minute. We expected such a difficult match. We said we wanted to win, unfortunately we did not succeed. But the point is valuable, we are still alive and going. We are still in the game of progress, if we manage the match with Croatia we will advance We will definitely try to prepare for the fact that we will have to play a little more tactically slower and not so combative We have to be concentrated and we need to increase activity even more and be more behaving. ”
Martin Směřička, representative of the Slovak Republic: “The match was good for the spectator’s eye, it was tense until the last second. For us, it’s the first historical point. We’re also still in the game of advancing from the groups. “I think the draw is fair, because we were both lucky and unlucky. I believe that we can also play a historic process with the Croats.”