“Lokomotiv footballers dust their heads with ashes after RPL game against Wings of the Soviets” – Ignatov

“Lokomotiv footballers dust their heads with ashes after RPL game against Wings of the Soviets” – Ignatov

Former Russian national team coach Boris Ignatiev believes that the players Lokomotiv thinking back to what happened and sprinkling ashes on their heads after the Russian Premier League (RPL) MIR fourth round match with Samara’s Wings of the Soviets.

Saturday’s meeting of the Russian championship in Moscow ended with the score 1:1. Mikhail Galaktionov’s side bounced back in added time in the second half thanks to a goal from Konstantin Maradishvili. During the match, Lokomotiv hit a shot on target for Krylia, the opponent – 11.

– I see that the quality of the game and the result were influenced by psychology. Anyway, footballers sometimes overestimate their abilities. It seems to me that the Lokomotiv players entered the pitch thinking about the goals they had scored in previous matches. We thought Wings of the Soviets was not the team that could stand against something.

“Wings of the Soviets”, as always, showed interesting and watchable football, which causes problems for opponents who do not connect properly to matches. The Samarans have proven to be a team capable of performing consistently throughout the game, while Loko are yet to reach their previous level which they demonstrated in the second half of last season.

Of course, now the “red-greens” think back to what happened and dust their heads with ashes. The players who most often attracted attention were not particularly visible when the Wings played their own football and caused the opponent a lot of problems, – Euro‑Futbol.Ru quotes Ignatiev.

Watch live broadcasts of RPL matches on the and MATCH PREMIER channels, as well as on the matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru websites.

Euro‑Football.Ru

Source : MatchTV

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