Kaderabek reaches EUROs with Czech Republic

Pavel Kaderabek is the first Hoffenheim player to secure his place at the 2016 European Championship in France. The Czech Republic booked their ticket to the finals with a 2-1 win over Latvia on Sunday evening.

The TSG full back played the full 90 minutes in Riga, with the game being refereed by Bundesliga official Deniz Aytekin. Vladimir Darida and David Limersky scored the goals for the Czechs.

Things also went well for Ermin Bicakcic and Bosnia on Sunday when they beat Andorra 3-0 in Zenica. TSG’s central defender started the game and put his team on the path to victory after scoring from a corner on 14 minutes.

The victory keeps alive Bosnia’s hopes of automatic qualification for the finals in France. To do this they will need to beat both Wales and Cyprus in October as well as receive some help from elsewhere.

Swiss spectacle

On Saturday evening, Fabian Schär played in an amazing match for Switzerland. The home side surprisingly trailed Slovenia 2-0 in Basel before Bundesliga-based substitutes Valentin Stocker and Josip Drmic turned the game around for the Swiss. Drmic scored the winning goal in added time to make it 3-2 and took Switzerland a big step closer to qualification.

TSG central defender Schär began the game for his country and played the full 90 minutes at his former stomping ground of St Jakob Park in Basel.

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