Published: Fri, June 15, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Russian Federation spank Saudi Arabia, Marcus Rashford update

Russian Federation spank Saudi Arabia, Marcus Rashford update

Lury Gazinsky opened the scoring with a header after 12 minutes, Denis Cheryshev added a second before Artem Dzyuba got the third in the 71st minute.

Putin was caught smugly shaking hands with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after Russian Federation scored the first of three goals against Saudi Arabia.

British gay rights activist Peter Tatchell was arrested on Thursday in Russian Federation for holding a one-man protest against the country's record on LGBT rights, hours before the kick-off of the World Cup.

Cities such as Saransk were sleepy outposts with decaying buildings until the World Cup reconstruction put them firmly in the 21st century.

Hosts Russia will kick off their World Cup campaign against Saudi Arabia on June 14.

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Putin and Infantino smiled and shrugged as they sat next to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the VIP box.

A candid Pizzi dismissed the notion his players had been affected by it being the first game of the tournament, but conceded it had not been a positive experience. He later chipped the ball in for Russia's fourth goal in stoppage time.

Taking this into account, and the fact that Russian Federation are expected to come away with the win, Cheryshev looks a good bet at 7/2 to score anytime in this match.

They said what? "I would like to underscore that we are grateful to our squad with how they fulfilled our goals, how they played in a relaxed game under the pressure stemming from this being an opening match".

The president, newly re-elected after 18 years in power, will listen to British singer Robbie Williams with what the Kremlin listed as an array of 15 foreign leaders - though that included eight from ex-Soviet neighbours as well as two from Russian-backed breakaway regions of Georgia.

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Saudi Arabia recently lifted a ban on women driving, although that has been accompanied by a crackdown on dissent.

The home side continued to dominate the game but were dealt a cruel blow as striker Alan Dzagoev pulled up clutching his hamstring - and had to be replaced by Denis Cheryshev in the 24th minute.

A lack of an attacking threat in recent outings was a primary concern for Russian Federation going into a group campaign in which they will also face Egypt and Uruguay.

"I believe that we came into this tournament well prepared and the players were ready to show that they could play at the World Cup".

The preparations of 2010 winners Spain are in tatters after coach Julen Lopetegui was sacked just two days before their opening game on Friday against Portugal.

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