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Comfortable win for Viktoria

Published: Thursday 29 August 2002, 19.50CET
FK Viktoria Zizkov 3-0 SP Domagnano (Agg: 5-0) Viktoria advance comfortably.
Published: Thursday 29 August 2002, 19.50CET

Comfortable win for Viktoria

FK Viktoria Zizkov 3-0 SP Domagnano (Agg: 5-0) Viktoria advance comfortably.

FK Viktoria Zizkov 3-0 SP Domagnano (Viktoria win 5-0 on aggregate)
FK Viktoria Zizkov eased their way into the UEFA Cup first round by recording a 3-0 home success against the San Marinese champions SP Domagnano to advance 5-0 on aggregate.

Reserves get run
Only five first-team regulars featured in Vitezslav Lavicka's starting lineup for the home side with captain Ales Pikl, who was sent off in last minute at Domagnano, following the game from the stands, while another international player Ludek Stracený sat on the bench. Lavicka's policy allowed Martin Chvátal to make his senior debut for the club.

Birthday gift
Within 90 seconds of the start, Viktoria were one goal ahead after Kennedy Chihuri headed Milan Smarda's corner in to the net. However, this amounted to the only significant goalmouth action until two minutes before the interval when Roman Janousek scored on the eve of his 30th birthday.

Domagnano chance
The visitors' best attacking move came in 50th minute when Viktoria goalkeeper Pavel Kucera parried Giacomo Fambri's curled free-kick around the post. But Viktoria hit back through Peter Krutý in the 69th minute, while the woodwork saved the visitors from conceding a fourth following Jirí Vávra's shot.

Last updated: 29/08/02 22.19CET

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