22.02.2020

Krylia Sovetov lose to Stromsgodset but beat Torpedo Moscow on last day of training camp

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Dejan Radonic and Srdjan Mijailovic scored as Krylia Sovetov Samara beat FNL high-fliers Torpedo Moscow 2-0 on Saturday. Earlier in the day, Norwegian outfit Stromsgodset had beaten Krylia Sovetov by the same scoreline.

Krylia Sovetov started brightly with Dmitriy Kabutov advancing down the right into the penalty area and shooting into the side netting. They had only been saved from going behind after eight minutes, however, by their own crossbar.

Alexandru Gatskan and Kabutov combined to set up Golenkov from six yards but his shot flew over the crossbar. Sergey Ivanov then thought he had given Krylia Sovetov the lead from his direct free kick, but it was ruled out for offside.

About 10 minutes before half time, Kabutov crossed to Gatskan only to see the latter’s effort go over. At the other end shortly after Sergey Ryzhikov had to be alert to keep out Lars-Jorgen Salvesen.

New signing Safaa Hadi was taken off just before the hour mark with the scores still level. Soon after though Salvesen put Stromsgodset ahead from close range, and 10 minutes later Moses Mawa consolidated their advantage.

Krylia Sovetov Samara 0-2 Stromsgodset
22 February, Marbella, Spain
Goals: Salvesen (64’), Mawa (75’)

Krylia Sovetov: Ryzhikov (Ovsyannikov 46’), Anyukov, Lystsov, Burlak, Evinov, Hadi (Timofeev 55’), Gatskan (Karpov 60’), Terekhov, Ivanov, Kabutov, Golenkov (Mijailovic 70’)

In the evening Torpedo Moscow offered a spirited challenge from the start, with three shots on target in the opening five minutes alone. One came in a hectic goalmouth scramble from a corner that Evgeniy Frolov had barely managed to palm away.

The first half progressed in a reserved manner from both sides. It took until 10 minutes into the second half for the deadlock to be broken from close range by Radonic from Kabutov’s cross.

With a quarter of an hour to go Torpedo were awarded a penalty, but Frolov flung himself down low to his right to keep out Aleksandr Ryzyantsev spot kick. Just two minutes later Srdjan Mijailovic compounded Torpedo Moscow’s frustrations by scoring a long-range free kick.

Krylia Sovetov have returned home and will open the Russian Premier Liga’s spring season on Friday 28 February at home to FC Orenburg. Torpedo Moscow restart their season away to Avangard Kursk just over a week later.

Krylia Sovetov 2-0 Torpedo Moscow
22 February, Marbella, Spain

Goals: Radonic (54’), Mijailovic (76’)

Krylia Sovetov: Frolov, Zeffane, Chernov, Karpov, Kombarov, Mijailovic, Timofeev, Popovic (Ivanov 46’), Zinkovskiy, Terekhov (Kabutov 30’ (Gatskan 60’)), Radonic
Torpedo Moscow: Filippov, Shorkin, Bozhin, Netfullin, Adaev, Gordyushenko, Ryzyantsev, Samsonov (Magal 72’), Lebedenko (Kertanov 60’), Sergeev, Rudenko (Galoyan 80’)


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