Slavia Karlovy Vary score from innovative corner routine in 10-3 defeat to Slavia Prague
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VIDEO: Czech 3rd tier side score against Slavia Prague with bizarre corner routine

Huddle and split to confound markers.


Third tier side Slavia Karlovy Vary scored against Slavia Prague in the Czech Cup with a bizarre corner routine that started with a huddle.

Despite losing 10-3 in Wednesday’s game at the Sinobo Stadium, they caught the eye with a set piece that confounded the national champions.

FULL TIME | We have progressed to the MOL Cup quarter-finals after a big win against 3rd-tier Slavia Karlovy Vary! #slakva pic.twitter.com/0pUD1CuWIX

— SK Slavia Prague EN (@slavia_eng) March 3, 2021

A group of their players huddled together as if engaged in a team talk, before suddenly splitting and running off in all directions as the kick was taken.

This resulted in defender Ludvík Tůma heading in a goal that made the score 7-2 early in the second half of the match.