Arsenal’s Petr Cech conceded a soft free-kick v South Korea, Tomas Rosicky also screws up (Video)

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Czech Republic v South Korea

The Czechs warmed up for Euro 2016 on Sunday with an international friendly against South Korea.

The Czech Republic are drawn against Croatia, Spain, Turkey in Group D.

The opening forty-five minutes went badly for the Europeans, who went into the break two goals behind.

Petr Cech at fault for the opener

The deadlock was broken in the 26th minute courtesy of a free-kick from Bit-Garam Yoon.

Arguably Arsenal keeper Petr Cech should have done better to keep out the set-play, as the ball entered the net right next to the goalie’s outstretched arm.

Tomas Rosicky set up number two

Former Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky was at fault for the South Korean’s second of the game.

The experienced midfielder was robbed of possession in the middle of the park, and the visitors capitalised with a goal from Hyun-Jun Suk in the 40th minute.

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