SFC Opava were relegated from the 1. liga after loing 2-1 at home to SK Slavia Praha on Sunday.
SFC Opava were relegated from the 1. liga after going down 2-1 at home to SK Slavia Praha on Sunday.
Goals from Tomá s Dosek and Darko Suskavcevic put the visitors into the lead and although Ales Rozsypal pulled a goal back for Opava from a free-kick after interval, it was not enough to deny Slavia victory.
Meanwhile, two goals inside the opening six minutes put SK Sigma Olomouc on the road to a 3-0 victory over troubled FK Drnovice. Michal Spáèil scored his first league goal for Sigma before Stanislav Vlcek and Lubomir Reiter wrapped up the victory.
Pacanda ends goal-drought
FK Chmel Blšany wasted their chance to clamber out of the relegation zone as they drew 2-2 at home to FC Brno. Milan Pacanda ended Brno's three-game goal drought with a double to put his side into a comfortable half-time lead, but Jan Žemlík and substitute Radek Selicha ensured the draw.
Unbeaten run broken
Elsewhere, FC Príbram's five-match unbeaten run ended at the hands of visiting FK Jablonec 97, who ran out 3-2 victors. CU Bohemians Praha were beaten 3-1 by 1. FC Synot, for whom Jirí Kowalík scored twice.