Russia has held Egypt to a 3-1 win after every one of the four objectives came in the second half.
Russia opened the scoring two minutes into the primary half when they had a possess objective scored by Ahmed Farthy, after Russia played the ball in an impeccable zone that fell off his foot.
Denis Cheryshev and Artyom Dzyuba at that point added to the score sheet, conveying Cheryshev’s count of objectives up to three after two diversions.
Egypt looked the weaker side in the second half however a punishment from Mohamed Salah gave them an appreciated burst of vitality.
In any case, lamentably for Egypt, it was insufficient and Russia clutched the lead and look set to make the last 16.
Here are five key takeaways from the match:
Mohamed Salah appears to be apprehensive
All through the standard Head Alliance season, Mohamed Salah has played extremely hostile football who isn’t hesitant to toss his weight into somebody. Be that as it may, amid this diversion, he has been more wary about going one-on-one or notwithstanding driving forward into the guard. This might be a direct result of his harmed bear that he got in the Champions Association last more than three weeks back, or it could be Egypt’s assaulting plan. In any case, Salah appears to be more reluctant than typical.
Russia is a certain side
While Russia may have scored five objectives against Saudi Arabia in their opening match, they conveyed restored certainty to this diversion. They put bunches of crosses in and made a go as they are wanting to imitate their objectives from the Saudi Arabia match, and they had fluctuating accomplishment with these. While a few crosses fell pleasantly to Artyom Dyzuba, others where hit erroneously or went straight for the attendant.