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When Haraslín didn’t have space, he created it and threatened from outside the field. The expert says what he missed against Liverpool

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When Haraslín didn’t have space, he created it and threatened from outside the field.  The expert says what he missed against Liverpool

As many as three Czech football clubs are still in the game for European cups. Viktoria Plzeň is in action in the round of 16 of the Conference League, Sparta and Slavia are even a level higher in the European League.

It is something unimaginable by Slovak standards.

Only one club has similar cup ambitions – Slovan Bratislava dreams of Real Madrid at Tehelno pol. However, he has been playing “only” in the Conference League for years, while he did not even make it to the round of 16 this year.

Big clubs regularly come to Prague, and one of the biggest came on Thursday. Sparta challenged the English FC Liverpool.

Slovak, Hungarian and Kosovar television crews also traveled to the prestigious match. Former Slovak representatives such as Karol Kisel, Erik Jendrišek and Marek Mintál watched him from the stands.

Sparta quickly sold out the 18,000-capacity stadium and would have filled the 50,000-capacity stadium as well. Even tickets to the away section at Anfield disappeared in two minutes.

The club regularly sells out the stadium – not only in Europe, but also for league matches, whether for derbies or against teams from the bottom of the table. A year for every match.

Liverpool players scored seven goals in the first match, but one from offside and one own. They won 5:1 at Letná and the rematch will probably be just a formality.

Despite this, the fans did not leave the stands for tens of minutes after the final whistle, they sang: “It is not necessary, it is not necessary to be happy, above all it must not be sad, let alone crying”. And Sparta’s football players circled the playing field to applause.

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Slovakian representative Lukáš Haraslín started in the starting line-up and was among the most visible players on the pitch.

He started with a mistake and could have been a star

Haraslín received below-average ratings after the match. Portal WhoScored gave him a rating of 5.94 out of ten. The website SofaScore gave him a grade of 6.3 and LiveScore a tenth less, in any case the lowest of Sparta’s offensive players.

Former striker and CT Sport expert Tomáš Pešir also commented on his game.

“He showed that he has quality, but he was missing

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