Three Czech teams faced opponents in the first leg of the Europa League’s third qualifying round on Thursday but largely fared poorly. Mladá Boleslav lost 4:1 to Lyon, while Romania’s Astra dominated over Liberec, winning 3:0. Viktorie Plzeň, who were losing to Romanian club Petrolul until extra-time managed to come back with substitute Kolář scoring late; the match finished 1:1.
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