Tomas Necid was able to make two matches to join Slavia after his return to Slavia. The only goal was to secure the winning entry to the European League against Maccabi Tel Aviv. And he believes he can help him relax and collect more goals. Perhaps in the Sunday derby with Sparta.
“We have three important points, an important goal for me, and I am glad that I have the first shot and I believe that my goals will go up,” Necid told reporters. “I’m happy for every goal, and when it’s won, it’s a double joy, but I’m really looking forward to having three points and getting into the group,” he added.
The defensive striker asserted himself in the 12th minute when the Sobol and Necid’s head fell to the back of the bar and headed the goal to the goal. “It was tough, first I did not know if to go with my leg or head, but it was enough to jump, so we went into it and managed to play the way I wanted,” he said.
He still had another big chance in the halftime but did not miss the open goal in the slip. “It was not a long leg, I had it ideally, I just did not score it, I’m sorry, because if I turned it, we could play the second half more calmly and did not have to worry, only 1: 0 is never nice because it can come one standard, one breakeum, and can be offset and lose points, “Necid said.
The opening win can kick off Slavia in the struggle to advance from the group, but also into the Sunday derby. “The group is playable, everybody can move it in. We have to manage these matches at home and try to do something outdoors, but that’s still far away, so we have the first three points, which is encouraging,” Necid said. “It is also an ideal impulse for Sparta, we have won a difficult game and now we can prepare for a derby,” added Slavie.
With his performance, he put pressure on Milan’s second-point striker Milan Skoda. “Who will play against Sparta? You have to ask for a coach, but it does not matter whether the Škoďák or me will play, the main thing is to win, it is important that everybody wants to play, but sometimes it does not work,” he admitted.
For Slavia, it is important to note that today’s less fortunate players have been able to play a good game. “Slavia is a big club with great ambition, so we have to have a broad squad, and all the boys have shown that they can basically play and that they are fighting for a set – that’s good for Slavia,” Necid added.