CSKA accused of firing due to nerve endings 00:50

Valery Masalitin, former football player of Moscow CSKA and Spartak, said that the capital club needed reinforcements in every line, after losing to the army club against Krasnodar in the 18th round match of the Russian Premier League (RPL), but noted that there were some shortcomings in this regard. Money problems at the club. His words lead the way “Euro-Football.Ru”.

“We need some creativity ahead of us. A left midfielder is needed. We need to hire experienced people who can help. The team has a fever. Continuous nerve endings. This is not a good thing,” Masalitin said.

The match “Krasnodar” – CSKA took place in Krasnodar at the stadium of the same name and the stands were completely filled and ended with a minimal 1:0 victory for the home team, the only goal from Eduard Spertsyan’s pass being the goal scored by Nikita Krivtsov.

During the match, the team led by Vladimir Ivich made 12 shots, three of which hit the goal of Igor Akinfeev. The capital team fired 17 shots at Matvey Safonov’s goal throughout the match, seven of which were on target.

Former Krasnodar players broken Locker room after the victory against CSKA.

Source: Gazeta


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