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Premier-Liga - 2011/12. Final Eight
Kuban vs Spartak. 26 November 2011
Кубань (Краснодар)
Спартак (Москва)


«Kuban» — «Spartak» — 1:1 (1:0)

«Spartak»: Dikan, Parshivlyuk (к), Pareja (Brizgalov, 65), Rodriguez, Makeev, K. Kombarov (Zhano, 46), Rafael Carioca, D. Kombarov, Ari, Dzuba (Welliton, 70), Emenike.

Subs not used: Rebrov, Zotov, Makhmudov, de Zeeuw.

Goals: 1:0 Traore (37). 1:1 Makeev (Rodriguez) (86).



Courtesy of Evgeni Makeev’s late acrobatic leveller, Spartak played host Kuban Krasnodar to a 1-1 draw, honours even, in match day thirty-two of the Sogaz Championship of Russia. With the result the Red-Whites, fourth in the table, moved to with a point of Dynamo before next week’s crucial test against Rubin Kazan.

Buoyed by last weeks victory over Lokomotiv and boasting only a single goal surrendered in the four most recent contests, Spartak journeyed south with manager Valeriy Karpin without the services of  Aleksandr Sheshukov and Aiden McGeady. From this most recent line-up, the Spartak tactician made three changes with Rodri, Rafael Carioca and Kirill Kombarov entering for Marek Suchý, Aleksandr Zotov and the Republic of Ireland international. Opening play was tight with neither side able to break the deadlock until the eight minutes shy of the break when a loose ball on the midfield was flicked overhead by a hopeful Marco Né. Bounding between Rodri and an on-rushing Sergei Parshivlyuk on the left, Lacina Traoré latched onto the ball at the edge of the area before snapped a low effort past Spartak ‘keeper Andriy Dykan to the low opposite corner of the net.

Down by one, Mr. Karpin called upon Jano Ananidze, his first league appearance since 11 September, for Kirill Kombarov at the re-start but still chances were meagre for Spartak. Early on, Vladislav Kulik pushed on the left from Evgeni Makeev before launching a long range effort that Andriy Dykan stretched out fully to push to safety. Vladislav Kulik continued to be a menace and narrowly missed doubling the margin at the fiftieth minute when he nodded Roman Bugayev’s corner from the right but in a miraculous effort, Dmitri Kombarov cleared the ball off the line with a header of his own to keep Spartak within one. With twenty-five minutes remaining in regulation time Sergei Bryzgalov trotted on for Nicolás Pareja as the Red-Whites and it was not long until nineteen year old etched his name on the contest. Coming nine minutes later Kuban launched a quick counter down the left with the ball played forward Gigi Bucur. With only Andriy Dykan to be the deadly Pol Timişoara attacker bore down on the Spartak ‘keeper but showing pace and intent Sergei Bryzgalov raced forward with a sliding challenge that squashed the effort. In his final tactical decision the Spartak manager summoned Welliton in for Artem Dzyuba as the all-out hunt for point continued. After surviving another counter attack the Red-Whites were rewarded with the leveller at the eighty-sixth minute as Dmitri Kombarov’s free-kick from the right whipped into the box and after a attempted clearance set the ball high, with a further bounce off Rodri, Evgeni Makeev delivered the leveller from close-range into the net via a stunning overhead acrobatic strike. Now level, Spartak went in the hunt for the leveller but following a speculative effort from Dmitri Kombarov flirted with the bar, the match concluded as a 1-1 draw, honours even.

Report by John Davies and Spartak Moscow

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