Former coach Gazzaev condemned those who started a mass fight between the players of “Zenith” and “Spartak”
Petersburg, November 28 – RIA Novosti, Dmitry Edigarev. Valery Gazzaev, the former head coach of CSKA Moscow and the Russian national team, caused a mass brawl during the Russian Cup match in St. Petersburg “Zenith” and the capital’s “Spartak” actors condemned.
The match will be played in St. Petersburg on Sunday as part of the sixth round of the Russian Cup group stage. It was played in St. Petersburg. At the end of the regular time of the match, which ended with a score of 0:0, a melee broke out on the field with the participation of the players of both teams. As a result of the incident, the referee of the match Vladimir Moskalev showed six players red cards: Rodrigo, Malcolm and Vilmar Barrios from Zenit and Shamar Nicholson, Alexander Sobolev and Alexander Selikhov from Spartak. As a result of penalty shootout, Zenit won the match (4:2).
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