Václav Černý confirmed again on Sunday that he is in great shape. If it wasn’t for him, Twente would probably have lost their home game against Sparta Rotterdam. The 25-year-old Czech international made his mark with a goal and an assist.
Václav Černý was still struggling a bit in the autumn. He was not putting up the numbers Twente expected of him. It was still evident that he was not quite there after a long-term injury.
During the first fourteen rounds he only scored in two games, but in both of them he scored two goals. He added two assists. But with the arrival of 2023, everything has changed and the 25-year-old winger is in great form.
In the 16 league games he has played for Twente since the start of the year, he has already scored six goals, to which he has added six assists. Overall, he is thus on 10 goals and 8 assists in the league this season alone.
The last time the former Ajax Amsterdam player shone was on Sunday against Sparta Rotterdam. In the 22nd minute, a centre found Joshua Brené, who opened the scoring and sent Twente into a 1-0 lead.
But Sparta then turned it around to 2-1 and Twente had to catch up again. Dirk Abels scored an own goal in the 65th minute.
Two minutes later, however, Cerny scored. He took the ball uncharacteristically on the left side of the pitch, guided it into the middle and sent the ball to the back post with his unusually weak right foot. He sent Twente back into the lead.
But Twente couldn’t win the game and had to settle for a 3-3 draw.
Cerny, however, confirmed his qualities and is asking for a more interesting engagement. He is currently the most productive player of his team. After all, he recently revealed that leaving his current club is definitely not unrealistic.
Source: Twitter, WhoScored, Transfermarkt
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