In Italy, they said that Krasnodar missed the championship more than Dynamo 05.27.2024, 21:30

Italian journalist Mikael Braga, who follows Russian football, evaluated the result of the championship race in the Russian Premier League (RPL). His words guide the way “Euro-Football.Ru”.

“In my opinion, this is a championship lost more for Krasnodar than for Dinamo. In the last rounds, Zenit made many wrong shots, including unexpected ones, and Krasnodar made even worse. Okay, Spartak is a loss, but Krasnodar also lost points in other matches that they were expected to win. Where are their chances? “We see that he lost,” he said.

Krasnodar, who beat Dynamo Moscow 1-0, took second place in the RPL rankings. The points of the teams were equal – 56, the Krasnodar club rose higher in the rankings due to head-to-head matches, the “bulls” beat their opponents twice in the Russian Premier League season – the first round match ended with a victory 3:1.

Zenit won the Russian championship for the sixth time in a row by defeating Rostov with a score of 2:1 in the final round of the Russian Premier League. The team collected 57 points. It is noteworthy that if Zenit had drawn or lost, Krasnodar would have become national champions.

Previously Zenit’s championship named By God’s will.

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Source: Gazeta

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