In Sports News this week: it was a good week for Czech strikers playing in France's Ligue 1; Liberec march on in ice hockey's Extraliga; Jaromir Jagr moves up the NHL all-time goal-scoring charts, and ski jumper Jan Mazoch takes his first steps after an horrific accident last week.
Czech strikers sparkle in France
Nedved leads late Juventus comeback
Elsewhere, in Italy, and veteran midfielder Pavel Nedved once again proved his worth to Juventus with a last minute equaliser in the Turin side's 1-1 draw with La Spezia. The goal keeps Juventus two points ahead of fellow promotion hopefuls Bologna at the top of Serie B. Juventus were relegated from Italy's premier division last season after becoming embroiled in match-fixing scandal.
Liberec march on in ice hockey's Extraliga
Jagr moves up all-time goal-scoring charts
Meanwhile, in America's National Hockey League, Jaromír Jágr scored for New York Rangers in their 2-1 win over Philadelphia. It was Jagr's 610th goal in the NHL, which moves him up to joint-thirteenth place in the all-time goal-scoring charts together with Bobby Hull.
Mazoch takes first steps after emerging from coma
Finally, Czech ski jumper Jan Mazoch has taken his first steps after regaining consciousness following a horrific crash in Poland last week. The 21-year old had been kept in a medically induced coma after falling at a World Cup event in Zakopane and landing heavily on his head. Doctors say his condition is improving, but have yet to indicate whether he'll make a full recovery.