Czech Republic goalkeeper Petr Cech has warned his team against the dangers of complacency when they meet Greece in their Euro 2004 semi-final on Thursday.

Greece have ben the surprise package of the tournament, having already beaten hosts Portugal and holders France en route to the last four.
“They are well organised, good in defence and not easy to score against,” Cech told BBC Sport.

“Greece are quick on the break. They are a dangerous team but I think we can beat them,” said Cech.

“We have played well at Euro 2004 and in our country everyone is very happy with our performances.”

Meanwhile, team mate Tomas Rosicky expects a diferent challenge from the one they encountered against Denmark.

“It will be a much different game,” he said.

“They are defensively very good and play on the counter attack so we must be very careful.

“Denmark combined very well. I thought they played well against us. Greece stay behind and play on counter attacks.”