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Russia today defeated Finland by 1-0, which took place at Gazprom Arena, in St. Petersburg, in the second round match of the group.
The Finns entered the game better and even scored a goal by Pohjanpalo, but disallowed for offside.
Russia, however, dominated the first half and those led by Stanislav Cherchesov, eventually scored at the end of the first half of the meeting by Miranchuk, putting the ball in the upper right corner of Hradecky’s goal.
And in another dramatic moment of Euro’2020, this time it was Mário Fernandes from Russia, after an impressive fall that left the field on a stretcher and neck brace.
The second half returned to Russia having several opportunities, in which the moves of Golovin, on 62′, Zhemaletdinov, on 66′, and Kuzyaev, on 72′, were the most striking.
MATCH REPORT: Russia end six-game run without a EURO finals win (D2 L4)…#EURO2020
— UEFA EURO 2020 (@EURO2020) June 16, 2021
Finland, who entered this match, had 3 points, won in the atypical game with Denmark, maintain the same points and share first place with Russia and Belgium, who play today with Denmark.