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Russian Football Union Confirms Decision to Calculate Krasnodar Goal Against Dynamo


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Moscow, March 15 – The expert refereeing committee of the President of the Russian Football Union (RFU) recognized referee Artem Lyubimov’s decision to score Krasnodar’s goal against Dynamo Moscow in the match of the 19th round of the Russian Premier League (RPL).
“Krasnodar” on March 11 beat “Dynamo” with a score of 3: 1. “White Blue” asked the commission to evaluate the work of Lyubimov in the ring with the goal of “Dynamo” in the 67th minute of the match.
And in another game of the tour, the capital’s “Spartak” beat the Voronezh “Flame” (3: 2). After the match, the Red-White asked the Football Sport Federation ESC to consider two decisions of referee Vladislav Bezborodov: an unaccounted goal by Red-White striker Alexander Sobolev in the 40th minute of the meeting, and a penalty kick against the Moscow team in stoppage time. time. In both episodes, the commission supported Bezborodov’s decision.

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According to another request of the ESC, the Russian Football Union considered that the referee Anton Frolov incorrectly counted the goal of Nizhny Novgorod in the 55th minute of the match with Rostov (2: 1 in favor of the Rostov-on-Don club), but did not do it correctly. He assisted an 11-meter kick that did not leave the Rostov player, Evgeny Chernov (78), from the field. In addition, the commission concluded that referee Roman Galimov made the right decision not to award two penalties against Ural in the match with Torpedo (1: 0 in favor of the Yekaterinburg club).

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