Anzhi late shows wins a point
Ten-man Anzhi Makhachkala required a last-gasp equaliser from Rasim Tagirbekov to secure a point in their Russian Premier League clash at Rostov on Sunday.
Guus Hiddink's visitors took the lead through Tagirbekov four minutes into the second half, despite having had Brazilian Jucilei sent off on the half-hour mark.
Dmitri Kirichenko equalised from the penalty spot in the 75th minute, though, and then substitute Jan Holenda made an instant impact and looked to have earned Rostov their first win when he struck two minutes from time.
However, Tagirbekov had other ideas and notched a last-minute equaliser to move Anzhi on to four points from two games.
Elsewhere, Spartak Moscow continued their perfect start by coming from behind to nick a dramatic 2-1 home win over Volga Nizhny Novgorod.
Dmitri Kombarov's 90th-minute penalty clinched the points after Aiden McGeady's 69th-minute strike had cancelled out Aleksei Sapogov's opener.
Rubin Kazan clinched their first triumph of the new campaign with a 3-1 success against Alania Vladikavkaz.
Bebras Natcho's brace put the hosts in the ascendancy - the first from the penalty spot - and substitute Vladimir Dyadyun sealed matters in the last minute after Danilo Neco's spot-kick had given the visitors hope.