The Pilsen players will join the European Champions League G Group on Thursday in FCSB Bucharest. Paul Vrba’s confidants have been backed by former Steaue because they have dropped her in the third leg of the Champions League.
The FC Plzeňers played a promising 2: 2 draw at the FCSB, but at the end of their home defeat they failed. In eight minutes they scored three goals and eventually lost 1: 4. For Victory, it was already the sixth cup match against a Romanian rival without a victory. “We definitely have the urge to return them. The Romanians have not been to us lately, so I believe we could break it now,” said Slovak midfielder Patrik Hrošovský before the departure.
However, the Bucharest team did not miss the LM team, because in the fourth front was not enough to favor Sporting Lisbon. After a surprising free-throw draw in Portugal at home FCSB skátal debakl 1: 5. “At home Sporting was the same as we did with them, but it is not about them, just about us how to prepare for the match,” said defender Tomáš Hajek.
The Czech vicemander is in the basic group of the European League for the third consecutive time and for the fourth time, but only in 2012 Pilsen moved into the play off. Pavel Vrba’s confidants will meet Hapoel Beer Sheva and Lugan next to FCSB in the autumn.
Pilsen is experiencing the perfect entry to the league season. On Saturday, the West Bohemians won 3: 0 in Liberec and scored for the first time in the opening six rounds. The table is six points ahead of the master slave. On the other hand FCSB defeated the defending champion Viitorulu Constanta on Saturday 0: 1, suffered the first defeat in this league year and the fourth place in the table. “It is a European League match, which is something other than a home competition, but it is good that we are doing well in the league,” Hrošovský said.
Coach Pavel Vrba in Romania still can not count on the attacker Michael Krmenčík, who takes the last part of the three-time penalty. The injured will be missing defenders Roman Hubník, Jan Baránek and midfielder Václav Pilař, Aleš Čermák and Jan Kovařík. The match at the national stadium in Bucharest will start on Thursday at 21:05 in CT live TV. The main referee will be Lotyš Andris Treimanis.