Daniel Pudil played a starring role in Czech Republic’s 4-1 win over Serbia on Friday.
The Owls defender stored 90 minutes under his belt in the friendly and played a big part in his country’s opening two goals.
For the first, Pudil’s in-swinging corner helped to break the deadlock as Tomas Sivok met the delivery with a powerful header from close range.
Just past the hour mark, Pudil advanced into the box and was brought down for a penalty which teammate Tomas Necid duly converted.
Czech Republic are next in action on Tuesday 17 November against Poland.