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Saturday, 13 September 2014

Lokomotiv - Mordoviya 1-1.


Mordoviya started the game aggressively and after 15 minutes they scored: Renat Yanbaev made a foul on Sysuev and in the next free kick Vasin scored ahead.

Lokomotiv answered with the couple Maicon FernandesThe Brazilian with a great pass found Manu, who missed the chance against Kochenkov. 

The first time was balanced and before the rest, Loko could score twiceVedran Corluka kicked after a cross of Aleksander Samedov but Kochenkov was careful, as Vasin on Roman Pavlyuchenko. A minute later Corluka was again the protagonist, but neither the Croatian neither Maicon neither Aleksander Sheshukov reached to score.

The second half started with Lokomotiv in attack, while Mordoviya defended the 0:1. To improve the "latest pass", Kuchuk made some substitutions: in particular out Fernandes and Pavlyuchenko, in Aleksey Miranchuk and Oumar Niasse.

Immediately the Senegalese striker was decisive: he score the goal of 1:1 with a beautiful kick. 

Ten minutes before the final whistle, Niasse was close to the second goal, but  Kochenkov confirmed himself as the best player of the game.

The former goalkeeper of Spartak Nalchik later caught also a deviated kick Roman Shishkin. Loko tried until the end to win the match, but the fast attacks of Niasse e Sergey Tkachyov weren't really dangerous

The match finished with a draw, keeping the two teams in the same positions in the RPL ranking. 

Lokomotiv - Mordoviya 1:1 (0:1) 

Goals: Vasin, 14 (0:1). Niasse, 69 (1:1). 

Lokomotiv: Guilherme, Yanbaev, Corluka, Durica, Denisov, Shishkin, Sheshukov, Samedov (Tkachyov, 58), Fernandes (Miranchuk, 65), Maicon, Pavlyuchenko (Niasse, 59). 

Mordoviya: Kochenkov, Nakhushev, Vasin, Perendija, Lomić, Niasse (Bobyor, 23), Donald, Vlasov, Le Tallec, Sysuev (Bozovic, 59), Lutsenko (Mukhametshin Ruslan, 87).

Yellow cards: Niasse, 16. Bozovic, 62. Tkachyov, 71. 

Referee: Igor Nizovtsev (Nizhny Novgorod). 

September 13rd. Moscow. Lokomotiv Stadium. 7.260 spectators.

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