In Sports News: Sparta football team captain Tomas Repka loses his famous temper in a 2:1 loss to Teplice; Neved's Juventus is edged 1:0 by Udine in the Serie A; Liberec win second-straight in Czech ice hockey; Pesek a disappointing 13th in 125 cc motorcycle racing in Portugal.
Sparta captain involved in fracas in Teplice in final minutes of 2:1 loss
Tomas Repka - famous for a short temper - was not the only one involved in the incident: also involved were midfielders Matusovic as well as Abraham, who was also given a red card and had to be dragged off the field by fellow players. The defeat by Teplice at the weekend was Sparta's first loss this season.
Other football results and standings
International football: Nedved's Juventus slip to second place in Serie A
Star Czech midfielder Pavel Nedved, who places for Juventus Turin in Italy's Serie A, faced fellow Czech Tomas Zapotocny of Udine in weekend competition. The two clashed several times on the field but it was Udine who got the unexpected 1:0 win, knocking Juventus into second place in league standings. Nedved had a chance to score but overshot the Udine goal. His team mate Del Piero was no luckier: hitting the posts and crossbar. AC Roma now lead the top flite division.
Ice hockey: Liberec on top
Motorcycle racing: Pesek 13th in Estoril
Fans of Czech 125 cc motorcycle racer Lukas Pesek suffered disappointment after the rider came 13th in Estoril, Portugal, severely weakening his chances of finishing in third place in the World Championship. Pesek started in 2nd place in the race but lost ground, holding onto 9th place in to the final laps, before slipping even further. He remains in fourth place in the overall standings, 22 points behind Kojamu.