Banik Ostrava have won their first Czech football league title in 23 years, triggering huge celebrations in the north Moravian city. Police have arrested a Synot official and a linesman over allegations of match-fixing. At the World Ice Hockey Championships, the Czech Republic have won five games out of five but face their toughest test yet in a game against Canada on Monday evening.
Banik Ostrava win first league title in 23 years
"We knew we had to win in Olomouc and we succeeded in that. It's great for the fans and for this city. We've won it - it's a dream come true. Now we have to celebrate of course, but maybe we won't go too crazy just yet."
Race for second place hots up with two games to go
Police arrest Synot official and linesman accused of match-fixing
Five wins out of five for Czech Republic at World Ice Hockey Championships
"We shot a lot but it looked like we didn't have the right finish at the right moment. We're happy that we won the game, we got two points, and especially that we got a very important goal in the power play."
So far then it's five wins out of five for the Czechs, though they will face their toughest test yet against Canada on Monday evening. Here's Canadian coach Mike Babcock.
"You know we're going to try to prepare and have the best game we can. We know we play a good Czech team but we think we're getting ready."