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Karpin goes to the trophy with the second team! Rostov turned the game around thanks to a 20-year-old player

Date: May 22, 2024 Time: 10:42:01

Karpin goes to the trophy with the second team! Rostov turned the game around thanks to a 20-year-old player

Anatoly Romanov April 17, 2024, 19:15 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

The Rostovites won a resounding victory in the Russian Cup over the Urals. The hero of the match was winger Komarov.

“Rostov” continues to fight for the Russian Cup, having won a resounding victory in Yekaterinburg over “Ural” in the semi-finals of the Path of Regions.

Valery Karpin again changed almost the entire base for the cup match. Only central defender Sako remained in the starting eleven of the last round of the RPL match. It would seem that Rostov no longer has global goals in the Championship: the team is unlikely to finish in the top 3 and is generally 11 points ahead of the relegation zone. In such a situation, it would be possible to compete with the best forces for the trophy, which would be the first for Karpin. However, the national team coach continues to play against Rostov’s second team in the Russian Cup.

“Ural” also had a large turnover, but in all positions experienced and mature players came out who really aspire to a place in the team. However, in the first minutes the locals seemed nervous. They missed the standard, after which Komlichenko almost scored: the striker raised his foot, but did not hit the ball well. Then Kiki collided directly with Langovich and committed a dangerous foul, between a yellow and a red card. Judge Bezborodov did not expel the Portuguese.

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Then “Ural” added, and “Rostov” did not put pressure on them and defended with a central block. Fifth in the line of defenders was defensive midfielder Shantalii, as Glebov usually does. But this did not save the Rostovites from losing the goal in the 10th minute: Viktor Goncharenko’s team scored a quick goal, taking advantage of the loss of Rostov in their half of the field. Sakho moved very strangely when he met Schettine, and the Brazilian decided the episode with three touches. Fun fact: Schettine has only scored against Rostov this season. Before that, he scored a goal in the RPL and in the Russian Cup.

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Rostov had a chance to recover before the break. In the first half, Karpin’s team slightly outshot Ural in shots 6:4 (on goal 3:1). But the Rostovites did not take advantage of their opportunities, or rather, not even the half-chances. Once Komlichenko fell in the Urals’ box after a duel with two defenders, but still did not receive a penalty. The striker was indignant, but Bezborodov was probably right. Komlichenko was looking for a touch, a foul, more than trying to shoot. It seems that he fell on his own initiative. But Ural created a great chance before the break: Kashtanov hit the post.

After the break, Rostov began to recover the ball better and Ural could not counterattack. However, the pressure from Karpin’s team, absent from the bench due to disqualification, did not bear fruit until an hour into the game. Until recently, the formidable Utkin-Komlichenko connection seemed broken, but the midfielder took part in the scoring attack. His long pass sent Langovich into the area, for whom the hosts left free space on the wing. Komarov received a pass between the lines and shot brilliantly into the top corner. The 20-year-old winger scored beautifully!

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Goncharenko tried to restore energy to his team with substitutions, but Rostov, inspired by the goal, controlled the match. The only mistake of the guests in this phase was failing in a quick attack by the locals, which ended with the fresh Dmitriev coming out one by one. But the winger crashed into the post. The Rostovites were lucky both in this episode and in their own standard 20 minutes from the end, when after a brilliant corner kick from Komarov himself, goalkeeper Mamin made a mistake at the start. Terentyev sent the ball into the Urals’ goal.

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Rostov won the second half in all respects. Incredible: this or that composition! The first corner of the match went to Ural only at the end, when Karpin’s team already had seven. In terms of shots in these more than 45 minutes, the Rostovites far surpassed the Yekaterinburg team by 11:4 (on goal – 4:1). The last chance for Goncharenko’s team to recover came in extra time, but Rostov was saved by winter rookie defender El-Askalani: the Egyptian blocked the ball that entered the net after Ishkov’s shot. After that, Komlichenko scored the third goal, ending the battle.

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Goalkeeper Mamin made another mistake and the forward put a lot of pressure on him.

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