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VICTORY FOR THE START OF THE SEASON!

KRYLYA SOVETOV — SPARTAK — 1:2 (0:2).

Spartak: Pesyakov, Parshivlyuk, Brizgalov (Insaurralde, 73), Bocchetti, D.Kombarov (c), Rafael Carioca, Glushakov, Kosta (Kallstrom, 88), Jurado, Mosvsisian (Emenike, 66), Yakovlev.

Subs not used: Mitryushkin, Makeev, K.Kombarov, Timofeev, Bilyaletdinov, Krotov.

Goals: 0:1 Costa (Glushakov, Parshivlyuk) (18), 0:2 Movsisian (21, penalty kick — Yakovlev), 1:2 Kabalhero (60).

ALL FOTOS

Spartak kicked off the 2013 campaign with a resourceful 2-1 victory over host Krylia Sovetov Samara at Metallurg Stadium. With the result the Red-Whites can now confidently head to next weeks test against the recently promoted Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast.

In the season opener Spartak manager Valeriy Karpin featured new signing Tino Costa, Argentine international formerly of Valencia, and Denis Glushakov in his starting eleven and like a charm the teamed up for the opening goal. Coming three minutes past the quarter-hour, Denis Glushakov sent a carefully weighted through ball on the right side of the area to Sergei Parshivlyuk with the twenty-four year old right back getting past Gia Grigalava and Ruslan Adzhindzhal and delivering a slide-rule provision across for Tino Costa to side foot into the net. The margin was doubled a sparing three minutes later when match-day referee Sergei Ivanov adjudged Yevgeni Balyaikin a penalty for bringing down Pavel Yakovlev in the area and without fail Yura Movsisyan confidently drilled the ball into the net to provide Spartak the 2-0 lead through to the break.

The Red-Whites enjoyed the two-goal advantage until just after the hour when Luis Caballero barged through the centre of the box to poke the ball past goalkeeper Sergei Pesyakov. The lead now halved, the Spartak tactician called upon Emmanuel Emenike for Yura Movsisyan with Juan Insaurralde for Sergey Bryzgalov shortly thereafter with much of play now resigned to box-to-box. For the balance of time the Red-Whites were resourceful, keeping their hosts at bay and though a gifted chance to extend the lead was squandered the final whistle delivered a satisfying 2-1 victory.

Prepared by John Davies and Spartak Moscow





 

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