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Friday, June 8, 2012
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Czech Republic
A. Dzagoev  15' 1-0 
R. Shirokov  24' 2-0 
 2-1V. Pilar  52'
A. Dzagoev  79' 3-1 
R. Pavlyuchenko  82' 4-1 
HT: 2-0
Stadion Miejski Wroclaw (Attendance: 37,348)
Referee: Howard Webb
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Russia vs. Czech Republic
Minute Commentary
So when can we start talking about Russia not as dark horses but as genuine contenders? They laboured a little at 2-1, the Czech Republic's Vaclav Pilar having reduced the arrears after first-half goals from Alan Dzagoev and Roman Shirokov put the Russians into a seemingly unassailable lead, but all-in-all the football was fantastic. Indeed, but for Kerzhakov's profligacy we could be looking at a cricket score, such was Russia's dominance. The question is: can they sustain such a high level of attack-minded football against the likes of Germany and Spain? As for the Czechs, they did enough to suggest the battle for second place could go right to the wire.
The Czechs have the ball in the net, but it's offside and that's the last of it.
Three to go here, where Russia are waltzing across the finish line.
Russia are enjoying themselves now, as Aleksandr Kokorin floors Michal Kadlec with a cute flick and warms the palms of Petr Cech.
Two-goal hero Alan Dzagoev makes way to rousing Russian applause, with Aleksandr Kokorin given a run-out.
Tomas Rosicky tries his luck, but it's easy for Vyacheslav Malafeev. Been very quiet, the Arsenal man.
81' GOAAAAL!!!!
Emphatic. ROMAN PAVLYUCHENKO refuses to relinquish possession in the face of four Czech shirts. He only has one thing on his mind as he works the angle in from the left, before absolutely leathering past Cech from 15 yards.
77' GOAAAAAL!!!!
That has to be that. After missing a hatful of chances, Russia regain their two-goal lead. Roman Pavlyuchenko plays a cracking ball in front of ALAN DZAGOEV, who gives Kerzhakov a real lesson in finishing with a fantastic first touch and hit. No chance for Cech.
Like for like as Milan Petrzela replaces Petr Jiracek for the trailing Czechs.
Vyacheslav Malafeev spills an effort from Tomas Rosicky, before pulling the loose ball into his chest at the second time of asking with Milan Baros breathing down his neck.
Roman Pavlyuchenko replaces serial bottler Aleksandr Kerzhakov.
Jeez! From a thoroughly tight angle - a la Van Basten in '88 - Theodor Gebre Selassie hits a dipping volley that whistles oh-so narrowly wide of the near post. Wow! Great tekkers.
This is getting ridiculous. Aleksandr Kerzhakov sells Michal Kadlec a clever dummy in the Czech area, before scooping wide on his left foot, but you knew that didn't you? If Russia don't win this...
Alan Dzagoev plays a hugely ambitious ball from right to left, intended for the run of Arshavin, who's crowded out.
67' WILD
Ugh, that's horrible. With the Czechs committing men forward in numbers, Russia once more have men over on the counter. Spearheading the attack is that man Aleksandr Kerzhakov, and again he can't find the target from the edge of the area.
How many chances does this guy need?! Surrounded by white shirts, Arshavin flicks through for Aleksandr Kerzhakov who, for the umpteenth time, misfires with just the keeper to beat. He just didn't catch it right. Again!
Konstantin Zyryanov has space to size up his options - of which he has plenty - but instead opts to crack one up and over the bar from a good 20 yards.
Not exactly Russia's best spell. They're making some silly errors on the ball and are being made to look decidedly average.
58' LULL
It's gone a little quiet around the Municipal, but - let's face it - it has been hell-for-leather for nearly an hour.
Russia break again through Andrei Arshavin, but Roman Shirokov wastes a presentable opportunity with yet another rushed effort that sails away from Cech's goal.
And now the Czechs look interested - they're finally shifting the ball with purpose.
51' GOAAAAL!!!!
Well, well. Out of nothing, the Czechs are back in it. It's some ball from Jaroslav Plasil - through the eye of a needle in fact - to find the run of VACLAV PILAR, who rounds Vyacheslav Malafeev and steers into the empty net. Game on.
Same drill as Andrei Arshavin scampers away, before supplying an unmarked team-mate. This time it's Aleksandr Kerzhakov on the edge of the area, but he slams over.
Andrei Arshavin is on to Igor Denisov's long punt in a flash down the Russia left. He rolls in Alan Dzagoev, who stumbles in front of a grateful Petr Cech.
Although logical, that half-time change suggests an exercise in damage limitation. In any case, Russia have started where they left off at the break.
Up and running again in Wroclaw, where central midfielder Tomas Hubschman has replaced striker Jan Rezek for the Czechs.
The Russians lead 2-0 at the break thanks to goals from Alan Dzagoev and Roman Shirokov. Much like they did four years back, Arshavin and co have dazzled with their eye-catching brand of attacking football, and could so easily be out of sight by now. The Czechs started well, but wilted once they went behind and now face a monumental task just to keep the score to a minimum.
Petr Jiracek controls well, but can only drive a rushed effort out for a goal kick. Strong end to the half from the Czechs, this.
At just 5ft 6, little Vaclav Pilar gets up above Aleksandr Anyukov to direct Jaroslav Plasil's deep cross into the arms of Vyacheslav Malafeev. That's what Big Ron must have meant by 'magic stepladders'.
Much better from the boys in white, though it's predominantly in their own half and predictable.
Sergei Ignashevich's robust challenge puts a halt to a driving run from Petr Jiracek. Really can't fault this Russia side.
This has got to be pretty disheartening for Michal Bilek's side, who played some positive stuff down the flanks early on. Since going behind, they just haven't been able to keep hold of possession for any meaningful amount of time.
Oh dear... Andrei Arshavin - who else - breaks free of Theodor Gebre Selassie, and cuts back for Aleksandr Kerzhakov. A deflection sees it sit up perfectly for the Russian forward, whose face says it all as the ball balloons over the bar from barely 12 yards.
Vaclav Pilar dinks a clever ball into the area for Milan Baros, but it's just got too much on it for the ex-Liverpool forward, and falls kindly into the arms of Vyacheslav Malafeev.
Andrei Arshavin's at it again, this time working some magic on the right-hand side of the box. The eventual cross - hard and low across goal - has everyone beaten including team-mate Aleksandr Kerzhakov, who would have had a tap-in, had he got on the end of it.
The Czechs respond through Michal Kadlec, who drives a decent effort straight at Vyacheslav Malafeev. He is a defender, remember.
23' GOAAAAL!!!!
Dark horses? You bet! Jaroslav Plasil loses possession in midfield, allowing Andrei Arshavin to take the bull by the horns and slide a wonderfully-inventive ball into the box for the run of ROMAN SHIROKOV. He has plenty to do, but takes advantage of Petr Cech's uncertainty with a lovely flicked finish over the unusually slow stopper.
Jan Rezek does really well to get something on Jaroslav Plasil's well-directed corner, but can't find the target.
Pressing their opponents all over the pitch, Russia have the bit between their teeth after a shaky opening ten minutes. This Czech back four just don't know how to handle Andrei Arshavin.
Alan Dzagoev is in acres of space as Russia break through Andrei Arshavin. He simply has to guide the ball back across the advancing Petr Cech, but can only skew wide of the near post.
15' GOAAAAL!!!!
Russia have the lead in Wroclaw. Konstantin Zyryanov collects a rather poor-looking pass from Andrei Arshavin, before whipping a much better effort onto the head of Aleksandr Kerzhakov from the right-hand side. The far post appears to spare Petr Cech, only for ALAN DZAGOEV to sweep home the follow-up.
This is much more like it from Dick Advocaat's side. No surprise to see Andrei Arshavin at the heart of the move, the little forward cutting a ball back from the byline for Yuri Zhirkov. He finds Aleksandr Kerzhakov, who slides narrowly wide.
After working a bit of space, Tomas Rosicky sends a hopeful effort high into the stand behind Vyacheslav Malafeev's goal. Poor strike.
As a long ball sails out for a Czech goal kick, it's pretty striking to see just how little height there is in this Russia side - going forward, that is. Can't imagine they'll want to launch too many balls into the box without Roman Pavlyuchenko and Pavel Pogrebnyak on the pitch.
Petr Jiracek gets the better of Yuri Zhirkov, but his cross lacks the height needed to pick out a man in the middle. The Czechs are edging this.
A positive start from both sides then. They've got a lot to live up to, though, given what went down in the group's other contest.
Jan Koller may be a thing of the past, but the Czechs still pose a threat from set pieces. Case in point as Roman Hubnik glances over from Jaroslav Plasil.
Jan Rezek's low ball spins behind for the game's first corner that triggers some serious panic when whipped in by Tomas Rosicky. Russia see it out for another, which comes to nothing.
The red shirts of Russia have started brightly, moving the ball swiftly along the deck largely in the Czech half.
The ball's rolling in Wroclaw. If you're wondering why Russia no.1 Igor Akinfeev's on the bench, he's only just returned from injury.
Russia's players belt out a slightly militant number, apparently celebrating the good old days; while the Czechs ask ‘Where's my home?' to the sound of an uplifting orchestral piece. In answer to their question, it's around 130km south of here.
Howard Webb leads out the two sets of players to rapturous support. Cue the anthems...
Poland's curtain-raising draw with the Greeks has blown this group wide open, with Russia and Czech Republic now chasing the three points that'd send them top of the table. Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo had his moments in what was a rather topsy-turvy encounter. So let's hope Howard Webb lays down a sensible marker early on here in Wroclaw.
Recent results may have been poor, but it's still a decent-looking Czech XI including the likes of goalkeeper Petr Cech, defender Michal Kadlec, right-sided midfielder Jaroslav Plasil and Arsenal man Tomas Rosicky. Milan Baros also starts, having shaken off a muscle complaint.
Roman Pavlyuchenko misses out, but right-back Aleksandr Anyukov gets the go-ahead to start. Yuri Zhirkov is at left-back, while Andrei Arshavin is handed a roaming role in front of midfield masterminds Aleksandr Kerzhakov and Alan Dzagoev.
Well, the wait's over and if Poland's curtain-raising clash with Euro 2004 champions Greece isn't going to be enough for you then you're in the right place. Join us around 1920BST for confirmed team news followed by live text commentary from Wroclaw's wonderful 42,771-seater Municipal Stadium.
Making his second appearance at the tournament, English referee Howard Webb takes charge of this one. The 40-year-old infamously took charge of the 2010 World Cup final between Spain and Holland where he dished out 13 yellow cards and one red.
The Russians are expected to be at full-strength in Wroclaw. So that means goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev, right-back Aleksandr Anyukov, winger Yuri Zhirkov, forward Andrei Arshavin and striker Roman Pavlyuchenko are all likely to be involved. Familiar faces in the Czech camp include Chelsea stopper Petr Cech, Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky and former Liverpool striker Milan Baros – though the latter faces a late fitness test on a muscle strain.
Both sides have been fortunate enough to have lifted the trophy, albeit under former guises back when the competition boasted just four teams. The Soviets were champions in 1960, and runners-up in ‘64,'72 and '88, while Czechoslovakia lifted the trophy in '76. Divorced from Slovakia, the Czechs came agonisingly close in 1996 – losing out to Oli Bierhoff's deflected golden goal as Germany secured a record third European title at Wembley – and played some wonderful stuff en route to a semi-final defeat against eventual winners Greece in ‘04; that, though, in the days of the fabled ‘golden generation' of Czech football.
Group A favourites and Euro 2012 dark horses Russia take centre stage later this evening, looking to go one better than Guus Hiddink's class of ‘08. A last-four clash with Spain proved their undoing back then, but a group-topping qualifying campaign and a run of fourteen matches without defeat with just four goals conceded - including a handsome 3-0 friendly win over the Italians just last week - speaks volumes for a thoroughly-gifted side now under the tutelage of seasoned coach Dick Advocaat. In contrast, Michal Bilek's Czech Republic needed a play-off win over Montenegro to book their place at the finals, losing more qualifying matches (three) than any other side at the tournament. Bet they'd kill for the old Nedved-Koller routine…
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Vyacheslav Malafeev16
Aleksandr Anyukov2
Aleksei Berezutski12
Sergei Ignashevich4
Yuri Zhirkov5
24' Roman Shirokov6
Igor Denisov7
Konstantin Zyryanov8
85' 15' 79' Alan Dzagoev17
73' Aleksandr Kerzhakov11
Andrei Arshavin10
Igor Akinfeev1
Anton Shunin13
Kirill Nababkin21
Roman Sharonov3
Vladimir Granat19
85' Aleksandr Kokorin18
Marat Izmailov9
Igor Semshov23
Dmitri Kombarov15
Denis Glushakov22
73' 82' Roman Pavlyuchenko14
Pavel Pogrebnyak20
Czech Republic
1Petr Cech
2Theodor Gebre Selassie
6Tomás Sivok
5Roman Hubnik
3Michal Kadlec
13Jaroslav Plasil
19Petr Jiracek 76'
14Vaclav Pilar 52' 
10Tomas Rosicky
9Jan Rezek 46'
15Milan Baros 85'
23Jaroslav Drobny
16Jan Lastuvka
8David Limbersky
4Marek Suchy
12Frantisek Rajtoral
11Milan Petrzela 76'
17Tomas Hubschman 46'
18Daniel Kolar
22Vladimir Darida
21David Lafata 85'
20Tomas Pekhart
7Tomas Necid
Dick Advocaat 
Michal Bilek 
Russia Czech Republic
4 Goals 1
4 Assists 1
17 Shots 16
7 Shots on Goal 10
5 Saves 1
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
22 Crosses 23
3 Corner Kicks 5
2 Offsides 4
13 Fouls Committed 15
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
44% Ball Possession 56%
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No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
16Vyacheslav Malafeev 90 - 0 0 1 5
2Aleksandr Anyukov 90 0 0 0 - -
4Sergei Ignashevich 90 0 0 0 - -
5Yuri Zhirkov 90 0 0 0 - -
6Roman Shirokov 90 1 0 0 - -
7Igor Denisov 90 0 0 0 - -
8Konstantin Zyryanov 90 0 0 0 - -
10Andrei Arshavin 90 0 0 0 - -
11Aleksandr Kerzhakov 73 0 0 0 - -
12Aleksei Berezutski 90 0 0 0 - -
17Alan Dzagoev 85 2 0 0 - -
14Roman Pavlyuchenko 17 1 0 0 - -
18Aleksandr Kokorin 5 0 0 0 - -

Czech Republic
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Petr Cech 90 - 0 0 4 1
2Theodor Gebre Selassie 90 0 0 0 - -
3Michal Kadlec 90 0 0 0 - -
5Roman Hubnik 90 0 0 0 - -
6Tomás Sivok 90 0 0 0 - -
9Jan Rezek 45 0 0 0 - -
10Tomas Rosicky 90 0 0 0 - -
13Jaroslav Plasil 90 0 0 0 - -
14Vaclav Pilar 90 1 0 0 - -
15Milan Baros 85 0 0 0 - -
19Petr Jiracek 76 0 0 0 - -
11Milan Petrzela 14 0 0 0 - -
17Tomas Hubschman 45 0 0 0 - -
21David Lafata 5 0 0 0 - -
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Russia vs. Czech Republic
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Russia 4-1 Czech Republic
90' Half Over  Russia 4-1 Czech Republic
90' Offside  Milan Petrzela (Czech Republic)
90' Shot on Goal  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
90' Foul  Ignashevich fouled by David Lafata (Czech Republic)
90' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
90' Shot on Goal  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
90' Throw-In  Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
90' Cross  Milan Petrzela (Czech Republic)
89' Throw-In  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
88' Foul  Hubschman fouled by Roman Shirokov (Russia)
87' Shot on Goal  Aleksandr Kokorin (Russia)
87' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
87' Shot  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
87' Free Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
86' Foul  Rosicky fouled by Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
85' Substitution  David Lafata (on). Baros (off). (Czech Republic)
85' Foul  Kadlec fouled by Aleksandr Kokorin (Russia)
85' Substitution  Aleksandr Kokorin (on). Dzagoev (off). (Russia)
84' Shot on Goal  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
82' Goal  Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia). Assist by Arshavin
82' Shot on Goal  Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia)
81' Offside  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
80' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
79' Goal  Alan Dzagoev (Russia). Assist by Pavlyuchenko
79' Shot on Goal  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
78' Shot on Goal  Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia)
78' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
78' Corner Kick  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
78' Corner Kick  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
78' Shot on Goal  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
76' Substitution  Milan Petrzela (on). Jiracek (off). (Czech Republic)
75' Foul  Kadlec fouled by Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
75' Shot on Goal  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
74' Throw-In  Roman Hubnik (Czech Republic)
74' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
73' Substitution  Roman Pavlyuchenko (on). Kerzhakov (off). (Russia)
73' Foul  Selassie fouled by Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
72' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
72' Shot  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
71' Foul  Kerzhakov fouled by Tomás Sivok (Czech Republic)
70' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
70' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
69' Cross  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
69' Throw-In  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
68' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
68' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
67' Throw-In  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
66' Cross  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
66' Cross  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
66' Cross  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
65' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
64' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
64' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
64' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
64' Foul  Jiracek fouled by Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
63' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
63' Shot  Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
62' Foul  Hubnik fouled by Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
62' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
61' Foul  Zhirkov fouled by Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
60' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
59' Cross  Roman Shirokov (Russia)
58' Cross  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
57' Offside  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
57' Foul  Anyukov fouled by Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
56' Cross  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
56' Throw-In  Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
56' Throw-In  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
56' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
55' Shot  Roman Shirokov (Russia)
55' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
54' Cross  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
54' Shot  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
54' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
54' Cross  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
53' Cross  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
52' Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic). Assist by Plasil
52' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
51' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
51' Throw-In  Roman Hubnik (Czech Republic)
51' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
50' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
50' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
49' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
48' Foul  Kerzhakov fouled by Roman Hubnik (Czech Republic)
47' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
47' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Tomas Hubschman (on). Rezek (off). (Czech Republic)
45' Half Over  Russia 2-0 Czech Republic
45' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
45' Shot  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
45' Cross  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
45' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
45' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
45' Throw-In  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
45' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
43' Cross  Roman Shirokov (Russia)
43' Foul  Kerzhakov fouled by Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
42' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
42' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
41' Throw-In  Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
41' Foul  Ignashevich fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
40' Foul  Ignashevich fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
39' Throw-In  Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
38' Foul  Zyryanov fouled by Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
38' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
37' Offside  Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
37' Throw-In  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
36' Throw-In  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
36' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
35' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
34' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
34' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
33' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
33' Cross  Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
32' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
31' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
31' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
31' Cross  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
31' Shot on Goal  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
30' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
30' Foul  Selassie fouled by Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
29' Foul  Baros fouled by Igor Denisov (Russia)
29' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
29' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
28' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
27' Foul  Ignashevich fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
26' Shot on Goal  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
26' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
25' Foul  Kerzhakov fouled by Tomás Sivok (Czech Republic)
24' Goal  Roman Shirokov (Russia). Assist by Arshavin
24' Shot on Goal  Roman Shirokov (Russia)
24' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
23' Shot on Goal  Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
23' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
22' Cross  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
22' Foul  Pilar fouled by Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
21' Cross  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
20' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
19' Shot  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
19' Cross  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
19' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
18' Offside  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
16' Cross  Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
15' Goal  Alan Dzagoev (Russia). Assist by Kerzhakov
15' Shot on Goal  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
15' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
15' Cross  Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
15' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
14' Shot  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
14' Cross  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
14' Throw-In  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
14' Cross  Igor Denisov (Russia)
14' Corner Kick  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
13' Cross  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
13' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
12' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
12' Shot  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
12' Cross  Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
12' Cross  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
11' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
10' Foul  Zyryanov fouled by Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
10' Throw-In  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
9' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
9' Cross  Petr Jiracek (Czech Republic)
9' Throw-In  Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
8' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
8' Throw-In  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
7' Foul  Zhirkov fouled by Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
6' Goal Kick  Vyacheslav Malafeev (Russia)
5' Shot  Roman Hubnik (Czech Republic)
5' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
5' Foul  Rezek fouled by Aleksei Berezutski (Russia)
4' Foul  Rosicky fouled by Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
4' Corner Kick  Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic)
4' Corner Kick  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
3' Cross  Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
3' Foul  Rezek fouled by Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
2' Offside  Andrei Arshavin (Russia)
2' Cross  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
1' Cross  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
1' Foul  Dzagoev fouled by Michal Kadlec (Czech Republic)
1' Foul  Kerzhakov fouled by Jan Rezek (Czech Republic)
1' Start Half 

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CKCorner Kicks
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