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Sparta has deposed the leader! Kladno and Jágr fell in overtime, Třinec shot himself at home

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Třinec played for the first time after ten days and after a weekly quarantine, during which he postponed three matches and lost first place in the table. The defending champion also wanted to move the match with Zlín, because during the control tests needed to exit the quarantine, several other positive findings on coronavirus appeared in players who were negative on 5 January.

The defending champion started with seven players from the partner club in Frýdek-Místek and two of his goals were scored by Aron Chmielewski, who played in numerous absences in an elite attack. The steelmakers scored half of the goals in overpowering games, in which they also collected once. Captain Pavel Kubiš gave both goals of the guests who lost the fifth of the last six matches.

The White Tigers gained a lead in the middle of the game after a goalless first period, but they definitely broke the Indians by up to two goals in the third period. The people of Pilsen are experiencing the worst passage of the year, which was underlined by their fourth loss in a row. Jan Šír scored the winning goal in the 37th minute.

Sparta defeated Hradec Králové 4: 1 and knocked the guests off the top of the table. Thanks to two goals and Miroslav Forman’s assistance, the Prague team defeated Mountfield for the third time of the season, scoring points in all four mutual matches. Sparta has won the fourth of five games.

Litvínov’s match with České Budějovice was postponed due to positive findings of the covid-19 disease in the South Bohemian cadre. The duel between Mladá Boleslav and Karlovy Vary turned out in the same way. It was postponed just a few hours before the initial throw-in. The Central Europeans will not only not play today’s match with Karlovy Vary, but they have also postponed two more matches.

Tipsport extraliga Round 41
Trinec – Zlin 6: 2
Goals: 9th and 10th Chmielewski, 14th Daňo, 43rd Kurovský, 46th Jaroměřský, 58th Nestrašil – 9th and 36th Kubiš.
Pilsen – Liberec 1: 4
Goals: 29. Přikryl – 26. Filippi, 37. Šír, 53. Vlach, 60. Gríger.
Pardubice – Kladno 4: 3 after extra time
Goals: 25. Urban, 52. Hecl, 56. Blümel, 65. Košťálek – 16. Kubík, 17. Filip, 50. Beran.
Sparta – Hradec Kralove 4: 1
Goals: 20th and 49th Forman, 10th Pogorishny, 25th Guy – 32nd Pillar.


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