Football Slovácko lost 2:4 in the second duel in the Conference League group at Bundesliga Kolín nad Rýnem. The club, from Uhersky Hradishtu, came back from a two-goal deficit shortly after switching teams. At 2:2, the top scorer of one of the goals, Jan Kalapeska, fell to the ground after a questionable battle in the penalty area, but the penalty kick did not whistle. In a few minutes on the other side, yes. Dejan Ljubiči, who was fouled, converted the penalty and led his team to victory.




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Milan Petrichella of Slovakia celebrates his goal against Colin Nad Rhenim | Photo: Thilo Schmuelgen | Source: Reuters

“When we tied at 2:2, the key was that we didn’t convert our chance. I think it was a penalty. On the contrary, we took the penalty and the opponent converted it. It was a penalty, the referee whistled and we already lost the match. At this level, we should That the quality of decision-making is better, however, we lost the match ourselves by executing the penalty,” Slovácko coach Martin Svědík aptly summed up the main point, but he did not want to make excuses after the 2:4 defeat at Kolín nad Rýnem Stadium.

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“Penalty one hundred percent for me,” said the first goal scorer at the start of the second half, Jan Kalapeska, who missed the goal at the next opportunity under pressure, frankly about the objection and foul on himself in the opponent’s penalty area. My entire ankle was kicked and my shoes taken off, so it should have been visible. Too bad there is no video in the conference league. I find it strange that there is no video in a contest like this. So a little judging effect it. little enough.

Kalabishka, who was playing in his life form – in the European Conference League group, took care of three of Slovako’s five goals in two matches – it was a pity that after a few minutes the score changed again on the other side.


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Ljubicic, who was fouled by Stanislav Hoffmann, won the penalty. “I think it’s made up. Hoofy still eluded him, might have given him a little body, but I don’t think there are penalties for that,” Kalapesca described.

“I think it should be, but I say that again after today’s game. If he’s in our league, he should also be at league level,” coach Svědík said at the press conference about the missing VAR.

Slovácko’s players fell to the bottom of the Conference League Group D table by one point.

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