MUS Most have reached the semi-finals of the Czech Cup for the first time in their history.
MUS Most reached the semi-finals of the Czech Cup for the first time in their history after today's 2-0 victory against FK Teplice.
Most, from a small mining town in Northern Bohemia, are struggling to avoid relegation from the second division but outclassed Teplice in an entertaining match. Václav Spal opened the scoring in the 68th minute, before Tomáš Peterík made sure of a memorable victory when he doubled Most's advantage with eight minutes remaining.
Baník sneak through
In the day's other semi-final, FK Baník Ostrava beat Mladá Boleslav but only after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out. Despite Baník's Bronislav Cervenka being shown the red card in the 23rd minute, neither side broke the deadlock in an exciting 120 minutes of football. Baník eventually emerged victorious from the shoot-out, winning 5-4.
AC Sparta Praha and SK Slavia Praha advanced to the last four with wins on Tuesday evening. The semi-final draw paired Sparta with Most in a game to be played on 23 April. Meanwhile Slavia will play Baník a day later.