Pari NN will continue to play in RPL 16:55

The second play-off between Pari Nizhny Novgorod and Rodina Moscow for the right to remain in the top league of Russian football has come to an end. The match, which was held at the “Nizhny Novgorod” stadium, ended with the victory of “Motherland” with a score of 2:0.

Rodina striker Ivan Timoshenko opened the score in the eighth minute of the match. Striker Amur Kalmykov doubled Rodina’s victory in the 24th minute.

Recall that on June 7, Pari NN defeated Rodina with a score of 3:0. Midfielder Edgar Sevikyan (10th minute), striker Vladislav Yakovlev (57th minute) and midfielder Albert Sharipov (92th minute) scored among the winners. Thus, the Nizhny Novgorod team remained in the Russian Premier League (RPL), defeating the Motherland in a total of two matches.

Sergei Yuran, former coach of Paris Nizhny Novgorod saidHe said that in order to qualify Rodina to play in the Russian Premier League next season, his team’s coaching staff had to make changes in the sauna before the first playoff.

Source: Gazeta


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