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Monday, September 27, 2004 

Jablonec 1 - 1 Slavia

Early goal disallowed
Slavia came to Jablonec to end the amazing record of five draws in a row against the North Bohemian team. The active play at the beginning of the match brought several shots at the goal of Martin Spit and the ball in his net in the eighth minute. Patrik Gedeon got the ball in the midfield and pass it to Karel Pitak who found Adauto in front of the goal. But the offside decision of the linesman caused that the Brazilian had to wait for his goal till the twenty-fourth minute.

Jablonec take the lead
Just five minutes later Jablonec took the lead. Radek Cizek sent a through pass to Filip Klapka who ran all alone to Radek Cerny and passed the ball to the right to Tomas Michalek. Jablonec player had an easy task to shoot the ball to the net.

Adauto scores the equaliser
In the twenty-fourth minute Adauto scored his first goal after recovering from his long-term injury. Martin Zboncak provided a cross from the left and Adauto directed the ball precisely to the net. "I am glad I finally scored a goal, the cross from Martin was superb. It is a pity we did not add the second goal, we had chances, especially in the first half, "said the Brazilian after the match. He was right Slavia had more opportunities in the first half. But also Jablonec could add the second.

Second half without good opportunities
The second half was not as spectacular as the first one. There were no clear chances for any of the teams. The attacks lacked precision and the final passes were often anticipated by the defence. The final minute brought protests from the home side after the encounter of Radek Bejbl and Petr Smisek in the box, but the referee showed a yellow card to Jablonec forward for diving. The match ended in a draw, the sixth one in a row.

Josef Csaplar: The result is fair
"I am disappointed, we wanted to win and our tactics was aimed at the win," said Slavia coach Josef Csaplar. "The first half decided, we should have added the second goal. The effectiveness in scoring was our problem in the last season and it unforrtunately remains to be the same. But Jablonec also had their chances, the draw is fair," Csaplar also said.

Petr Rada sorry for the lost lead
"We also wanted to win, the matches against Slavia are always a special occassion. The lead was a great advantage, but we lost it. There were no good chances in the second half. But we had problems during the week and as I look at the match as a whole, we managed it."

Jablonec line-up: M. Spit - J. Lastovka, R. Dosoudil, R. Hrotek, L. Loucka (88. L. Husek) - T. Michalek, M. Kordula, R. Cizek (84. Z. Senkerik), J. Weber (76. J. Nesvadba) - P. Smisek, F. Klapka

Slavia line-up: R. Cerny - L. Dosek, M. Latka, M. Holenak, J. Rychlik - K. Pitak, P. Gedeon, R. Bejbl, M. Zboncak - P. Kuka, E. Adauto da Silva (85. P. Fort)

Goals: 13. Tomas Michalek - 24. Evandro Adauto

Source: slavia.cz

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