For Spartan footballer Jakub Jankt, the first goal in the Czech League after the 2:2 draw in Teplice is just a weak patch for other missing points.
The people of Prague did not maintain their two-goal lead against the outsiders, they played a draw for the fourth consecutive time in the first tournament, and in third place in the incomplete table they lose six points to leaders Pilsen, who also have a game to spare. According to the twenty-six-year-old winger, Letenští can’t even think of being on top with similar losses.
“When we lead 2:0 in Teplice and lose a match like that, we can’t think of any start at all,” Yankto said after the match of the eighth round of the league in an interview with the club. website.
“Especially in the first half, it finally looked the way we should look in the attack phase. Unfortunately, we will take it and throw everything away with what we do in defense,” the Czech representative, who came to Sparta during the summer, lamented. On loan from Getafe, Spain.
Yankto scored for the first time in his sixth league game. In the 12th minute, Jan Kochta extended the ball behind the defense from the first touch, and headed the winger towards the far post. “This was a well-rehearsed position. We trained on it all week, and also analyzed it on video. But it’s a very small patch. If the goal was to win, it would have been something else entirely,” recalled the Slavia protege, who went to Italy at the age of 18.
Yankt’s shot was not enough for Sparta to win. Senegalese striker Abdoulaye Ging responded to Tomas Avanthara’s second goal with two strikes. The struggling Bragor has scored just 13 points in the opening eight rounds, in the last 16 they have had only a worse record in the 2019/20 season (11 points).
“Personally, I’ve often had situations where things didn’t go well. The only remedy is hard work and hard training, and nothing else helps. If we work hard, it’s going to turn upside down,” Yankto added.