Captain Tomáš Souček believes Czech footballers will learn from the 0-1 loss in Cardiff’s March duel in Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Wales
The 26-year-old West Ham defensive midfielder, despite a demanding recent program, is feeling good physically and believes he will transfer him to the pitch in the next duel.
“We had a lot of videos in the offensive and defensive stages of Wales. Of course we also had our game there, that we played with them there. We know we didn’t. played a completely successful game. I think it will be typical island football again, which I expect a very difficult game, quite similar to them, “Souček said in an online press conference.
“I believe that we will learn from our mistakes. We created opportunities for them, which we unfortunately did not leave, and then we were punished. We have to improve it tomorrow and take advantage of our opportunities,” added the team captain. Czech team.
Leverkusen striker Patrik Schick, absent from the Czech side in the September matches due to a penalty, was sent off in the March game.
“As for retaliation, no one will have it in their head. We want to beat them in a new game here at Eden and we won’t even think about what happened there,” Souček said. “We are happy that Patrik is back and showing great form in the last few matches in Germany. We hope he brings it to us here. He is an important shooter for us,” Souček added.
The Czech side lost several injured players during the appointment, among others Souček’s teammate of West Ham defender Vladimír Coufal will be missing.
Tomáš Souček. | Photo: FACR
“I think every loss is known. We are in the team with the government every day, our cooperation is huge. We feel these losses, but again we have a big step ahead even without these guys. a lot of other players who need to replace them. We’ve had a few training sessions here already so I think we’re building a very strong squad to handle the game with Wales, “said Souček.
Friday’s game will be decisive in the fight for second place in the group, which means making the playoffs for the championship. However, the Czechs already have an almost certain roadblock thanks to the League of Nations. “The second position is very important for all of us. Firstly, we want to beat Wales to be very confident again, as we showed at Euro. Second, second place in qualifying can show our quality. ” Souček said.
“Moving towards the World Cup is a great motivation for us. For most of us the Euro was the first time. We all enjoyed it first and had great success. We all know the Euro was the first time. the same, if not more, can happen at the World Cup.
He’s had a very demanding schedule lately. “There are really a lot of games, but we all play and do it. The more games the better for us, the less we train. I think I will be fully prepared again. I feel well physically. I hope I can just transfer to the pitch and I will help the boys, “said the winner of the poll for the best Czech player in recent seasons.
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