Czech football league champions Sparta Prague reached the group stage of the Europa League on Thursday, with a 3:1 second-leg win over Zwolle – a score of 4:2 on aggregate. Sparta, the last Czech club in European competition after exits by Plzeň, Liberec and Mladá Boleslav, drew first blood and scored two more to take a commanding 3:0 by the 63rd minute. Zwolle converted a penalty in the 83rd minute to get the consolation goal. In the next round, Sparta will compete in Group I, against Napoli, Slovan Bratislava and Switzerland’s Young Boys.
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