Super Eagles forward Peter Olayinka wrapped up the goal scoring in Slavia Praha 4-0 win against rivals Sparta Praha on Sunday.

Slavia Praha made no hesitation in getting the first goal when a defensive error set up Varcrav Jurecka for a tap in.

Seven minutes later, A cross into the box by Slavia Praha was poorly dealt with by the Sparta defense and only cleared to the path of Jakub Hromada who fired home from outside the box with the keeper having no chance.

The home team had a chance to make it 3-0 when Sparta goalie fumbled a free kick but was deemed a foul by the referee against Slavia Praha for an infringement on the keeper by Peter Olayinka.

However, at the half hour mark, Slavia Praha made it 3-0 when Lukas Masopust fired a shot into the net after a lot of melee inside the box from a preceding corner.

Slavia Praha captain, Peter Olayinka also got on the score sheet in towards the end of the first half to wrap up a convincing win, putting the result beyond doubt.

Olayinka was beautifully set up in the box to fire the ball into the net, a text book low cross and shoot finish.

Slavia Praha remain second on the table (28 points), five points behind league leaders Victoria Plzen (32 points with one game short) but are now five points above third and rival Sparta Praha (23 points).