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Sparta beat Samara 2-1

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Sparta played the last friendly match in Austria within the training camp against Russian side PFK Samara and won 2-1 thanks to a late winning goal by Vukadin Vukadinović.

Sparta started the match perfectly as Alexandru Chipciu won the penalty kick just after two minutes of play and Tal Ben Chaim converted it without an issue and Sparta took an early lead in the match.

Mihailo Ristić could make it 2-0 for Sparta but he hit only crossbar with a powerful shot from distance.

And our opponent levelled the score soon after Ristić’s shot as Tkachuk passed Florin Nita and put the ball to open net.

Central defender Uroš Radaković was in the biggest opportunity of the second half but his header after a corner kick missed the target by inches. Tkachuk hit the crossbar twenty minutes before the end of the match but Sparta had the last word in the match.

Matěj Pulkrab passed the ball into space between defenders to Vukadin Vukadinović who was faster than the opponent and Serbian offensive footballer scored the winning goal with a well-placed shot just two minutes before the final whistle.

Sparta won the last friendly match of the camp in Austria and the squad travelled back to Prague after the match.

The last pre-season friendly will be played on Saturday at Letná stadium against Zaglebie Lubin with a kick-off at 5pm CET.

Sparta Praha - Samara 2:1 (1:1)

Goals: 2. Ben Chaim (pen.), 87. Vukadinović - 29. Tkachuk.

Line-up: Nita (46. Heča) - Chipciu, Radaković, Kaya (75. Štetina), Frýdek (80. Ćivić) - Ben Chaim (75. Vukadinović), Stanciu, Kulhánek (80. Vácha), Ristič (46. Mustedanagić), Plavšić - Pulkrab.

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