Zenit defender Douglas Santos started the fight in the match against Spartak.

Zenit defender Douglas Santos says Spartak striker Quincy Promes provoked a fight in a head-to-head match in the Russian Premier League (RPL). Transmits words “Sport Express”.

“It is clear to me that it was Promes who started the fight. From the very beginning the game did not go well for him, he quickly got angry, began to insult Rodrigao and Barrios. Santos said:

Recall that immediately after the end of the regular time of the final match of the group stage of the Russian Cup between Zenit and Spartak, a mass fight broke out on the field with the participation of only football players. It all started with the whistle of Zenit’s Wilmar Barrios and Spartak forward Quincy Promes.

Referee Vladimir Moskalev removed six players (Malcolm, Rodrigao, Barrios, Sobolev, Nicholson and Selikhov). They were later suspended all six games.

Zenith’s former midfielder Andrey Mostovoy declarationIt was said that players involved in the fight with Spartak in the Russian Cup match should receive various disqualifications according to the level of participation in the fight.

Source: Gazeta


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