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Matches

08/10/2008
9:1 (3:0)
  • Dmitrii PRUDNIKOV (3'49" 28'44")
  • Damir KHAMADIEV (7'18" 9'46" 20'23")
  • Konstantin AGAPOV (21'46")
  • PULA (22'13")
  • Konstantin MAEVSKIY (22'55")
  • Vladislav SHAYAKHMETOV (37'51")
  • Yuki KANAYAMA (25'08")

Summary

Russia coast as Japan exit
Russia marched on to the second round at Brazil 2008 this afternoon with a thumping and thoroughly deserved 9-1 victory over Japan. More »

Line-up

12
1
2
4
4
8
13
11
14
13

Substitute(s)

1
12
6
14
5
2
7
3
8
5
9
6
10
7
11
10
3
9

Coaches

Oleg IVANOV (RUS)
(BRA) Sergio SAPO

Officials

Referee: LOPEZ Fabian (COL)Second referee: ROJAS Hector (PER)Third referee: KADARA Said (EGY)Timekeeper: LI Zhizhong (CHN)

Statistics

29Shots20
8Corner kicks7
1Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
54%Possession (%)46%
  • Brazilian's fan show a giant Japanese shirt on the stands prior to the match against Russia at the FIFA Futsal World Cup
  • Russia's Vladislav Shayakhmetov heads the ball
  • Japanese players leave the pitch
  • Russia's Sirilo vies the ball with Japa's Yusuke Komiyama at the FIFA Futsal World Cup
  • Russia's Konstantin Maevskiy celebrates after scoring against Japan at the FIFA Futsal World Cup
  • Russia's Pavel Kobzar vies the ball with Japan's Kotaro Inaba at the FIFA Futsal World Cup
The best way to win a World Cup is by focusing on winning your next game, nothing else. Even more important than the goals we scored against Japan and Cuba is the fact that we played well and are lucky enough to be in the next round, Damir Khamadiev, Russia player.