Nigerian international, Peter Olayinka came off the bench to score his first league goal of the new calendar year to help Slavia Praha to an impressive 3-1 away win over MFK Karvina, AOIFootball.com reports.
Having come off the bench to score in his side’s cup win last weekend, the 25-year-old had to do with a place on the bench again with the visitors hoping to extend their impressive unbeaten league start to 15 games.
Things however failed to spark in the first half which ended goalless with the visitors making a double substitution at the break as Olayinka came on for Oscar Dorley.
That substitution will go on to turn the game in favour of Praha as they found the breakthrough goal six minutes later when the impressive Abdellah Sima made it 1-0 before Jan Kuchha doubled their lead on the hour mark.
Kristi Qose then set up a tense finale when he made it 2-1 from the spot before Olayinka ended any hope of a comeback when he scored five minutes from time to seal a smooth 3-1 win
The goal now takes his strikes for the season to four whilst Praha remains on top of the standings with 41 points from 15 games.