Feyenoord has made a muggy win at Slavia Prague in the Conference League. In the first half, the Rotterdammers were master and master of De Kuip, but in the second act, the team of Arne Slot had to do all the sails to cross the line.
Feyenoord started a strong match against Slavia Prague. The Stadium Club dominated, which in the thirteenth minute resulted in the 1-0. Orkun Kökcü caused De Kuip to vibrate, by punching from outside the sixteen-metre area.
About ten minutes later, Bryan Linssen already doubled the margin. The 170 centimetre attacker headed high and hard hit 2 — 0 at the second pole, then Feyenoord thwarted, while Slavia couldnt be used. However, the home team stopped scoring in the first company.
After the break, the game image changed. Slavia Prague grew stronger and Feyenoord was pushed back. That ultimately yielded the hookup target for the Czechs. Tomás Holes, who made the 1-0 against Orange at the European Championship on behalf of the Czech Republic, nodded the ball from a free kick behind Justin Bijlow.
In the sequel of the game, Slavia got opportunities to make the 2-2. However, time was ticking away and the atmosphere became grim: there were a lot of upsets between the players of Feyenoord and Slavia. In the end, Feyenoord managed to cross the win with the necessary effort and support from the public. As a result, the Rotterdammers are now first in their Conference League group with four points. Slavia Prague and Union Berlin follow with three points.