In Sports News this Monday: Czech footballer Milan Baroš could be out for two months after breaking a bone in his foot in a game for Galatasaray, while Marek Jankulovski is set for ankle surgery; Teplice remain on top of the Czech football league, despite dropping two points at České Budějovice; skier Šárka Záhrobská takes nul points from her first slalom event of the season; and after 20 rounds Třínec lead ice hockey’s Extraliga.
Baroš out for two months with foot injury
Jankulovski to undergo ankle surgery
Former Czech international Marek Jankulovski is also set for a spell on the sidelines: the 32-year-old AC Milan defender has been suffering from an ankle injury for some time and has decided an operation can no longer be postponed.
Teplice stay on top of Czech league despite dropping points to České Budějovice
In the Czech football league, Teplice remain in first place, despite dropping two points at home to České Budějovice at the weekend. The leaders twice came from behind in a game that ended 2:2. Level with Teplice on points are Jablonec, who secured a 1:0 away win at struggling Brno.
Záhrobská takes no points from first event of season
The Czech downhill skier Šárka Záhrobská had a less-than-ideal start to the season on Saturday, when she failed to complete the second round of the giant slalom at Austria’s Soelden. The former slalom world champion had been in 28th place after the first round, but missed a gate near the end of the second. However, despite not taking any points, Záhrobská said she felt good after the event and better than last year, when she finished 47th.
Třinec head ice hockey’s Extraliga after 20 rounds
After 20 rounds of the Czech elite league the Extraliga, Třinec are in first place, ahead of Vítkovice and Pardubice. The leaders beat Karlovy Vary 4:2 on Sunday. Elsewhere, Sparta’s crisis deepened as they lost 3:0 at home to Zlín; the Prague club are now in ninth place in the 14-club league. Pardubice, meanwhile, beat České Budějovice 4:1, but ended that game without goaltender Dominik Hašek, who sustained a muscle injury in the final period.