28.09.2020

Khimki’s current side on the day of the club's last RPL victory: Troshechkin played for Novikov, Cherevchenko assisted Semin

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Khimki beat Dynamo 1-0 at home on Russian Premier Liga matchday nine. Their previous league victory came all the way back on 24 July 2009, also at the Khimki Arena, as they beat Amkar Perm 2-0 on matchday 15 of that season.

We have looked back at what each player was doing the last time Khimki won, which after 11 years finally broke the team's winless streak in the RPL.

Ilya Lantratov, 13 years old

He was playing football in Belgorod at his local Salyut school.

Evgeny Gapon, 18 years old

He spent the match against Amkar on the bench, having played four games in the RPL. The defender is the only Khimki player who was relegated to the first division with the team in 2009 and returned with them in 2020.

Brian Idowu, 17 years old

He was playing for the Zenit youth team in his last year in the Blue-White-Sky Blue academy system. In 2010, the St. Petersburg native left for Amkar.

Dmitry Tikhy, 16 years old

He was playing football at Luch-Energia in his native Vladivostok.

Egor Danilkin, 13 years old

He was training at the Khimki academy, where he had moved a year earlier from Lokomotiv. In 2012 he went to the Dynamo academy.

Ilya Kukharchuk, 18 years old

He was playing for the Rubin Kazan youth team. On the day when Khimki won against Amkar, he scored in the 1-1 draw against Zenit in the Youth Championship. In the same month, on 15 July, he made his debut for Rubin in a match against Volga Tver in the last 32 of the Russian Cup. Kukharchuk came on in the 59th minute, and Kurban Berdyev's team lost 4-3 in extra time.

Aleksandr Troshechkin, 13 years old

Since the end of 2008, he played in the Dynamo academy, including under current first-team head coach Kirill Novikov, but in 2012 he left the club and returned to Lokomotiv.

Aleksandr Lomovitsky, 11 years

He was training at the Spartak Moscow academy under the leadership of Vladimir Zotov.

Kirill Bozhenov, 8 years old

He was playing football at the Altay sports school in his native Barnaul.

Islambek Kuat, 16 years old

He was playing for the Astana-1964 youth team. The following year he moved to FC Astana.

Vladimir Dyadyun, 21 years old

He was playing on loan for Tom Tomsk while on the books at Rubin. The matchday before the victory over Amkar, Khimki played in Tomsk and lost 4-0 as Dyadyun played 18 minutes. During 2009, the forward played 20 games in the RPL for Tom but failed to score once.

Mikhail Tikhonov, 11 years old

He was attending the Khimki academy, but in September 2009, the son of Andrey Tikhonov, who played for the Red-Blacks from 2005 to 2007 and in 2010, moved to the Mytishchi sports school.

Danil Lipovoy, 9 years old

He was living in the town of Kinel in Samara region, and in addition to football played basketball and volleyball at that age.

Mohamed Konate, 11 years old

He was playing football at home in Cote d’Ivoire.

Igor Cherevchenko, 34 years old

He was on the Lokomotiv first-team coaching staff, which from May 2009 was headed by the returning Yury Semin. The day after the victory of Khimki, the Railwaymen drew 1-1 with Dynamo in the Moscow derby, and the only goal for the team was scored by Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, who was then wearing the captain's armband.

Photo: Kristina Korovnikova/Khimki; personal family archive of Brian Idowu/Sports.ru


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