Czechoslovakia, the first opponent for the United States in this summer's soccer World Cup in Italy, again was less than impressive Wednesday, losing an exhibition game, 4-2, to England at London.
It was the first game for the Czechs since they were upset, 1-0, last month by Egypt at home. Their offense was better against England with the return of Lubos Kubik, who defected last year.
After the change in the country to a democratic government, he asked to return to the national team. He scored the Czechs' second goal. Steve Bull scored twice for England.
There were five other exhibitions in Europe involving World Cup teams. In the most interesting game, West Germany and Uruguay combined for six second-half goals in a 3-3 tie at Stuttgart. In an upset, East Germany, which beat the United States, 3-2, last month at East Berlin, traveled to Glasgow and beat Scotland, 1-0, on a penalty kick by Thomas Doll in the 73rd minute. East Germany did not qualify for the World Cup.