Radimov criticized Dinamo and Krasnodar players 17:16

St. Former St. Petersburg Zenit football player Vladislav Radimov said in his statement: telegram channelHe said that while Krasnodar and Dinamo had players making mistakes in important matches, the blue-whites should not worry about winning the Russian Premier League (RPL).

“Briefly about the title race in the RPL: ​​As long as Volkov and Leshchuk are in the opponents, Zenit has nothing to worry about,” Radimov wrote.

Zenit, led by Sergei Semak, continues to lead the Russian Championship rankings. St. Petersburg club has 50 points. In second place is Krasnodar, which also received 50 points. It is noteworthy that Zenit lost the previous RPL match, losing to Rubin. St. The match played in St. Petersburg ended with a score of 0:2.

In the next round of the national championship, Zenit will play away against Voronezh Fakel, the match will be played on May 6. The starting whistle will blow at 18:00 Moscow time. There are four rounds left until the end of the Russian Championship.

Previously coach of Krasnodar criticizedI am refereeing the match with Krylia Sovietov.

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Source: Gazeta


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