“Krylya Sovetov Moscow” Football Team Beat Oldest Club in Czech

On January 25, in the Turkish city of Belek, the last match of “Krylya Sovetov” (“Wings of the Soviets”) was held, reports 63.RU. The game ended with a score of 4:3 in favour of the natives of the Volga region. 

Picture: Samara Regional Website

“Bohemians 1905” is one of the oldest clubs in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1905. The symbol of the club is a kangaroo. It recalls the players’ tour to Australia in 1927.

From the very first minutes of the meeting, Samara athletes seized the initiative. The first goal against rivals was scored by Anton Zinkovsky in the second minute of the game. In the 59th minute, Matej Pulkrab scored the first goal against the Russians. During the last 10 minutes of the game, “Krylya Sovetov” kicked the ball into the Bohemians’ heap (Radu Ginsari).

The game with the Bohemians was the last meeting at the Turkish training camp. Next time, the players will enter the field in Samara. On February 28, they will play with Orenburg at the Samara Arena stadium.

Ru-Main, 27.01.2020



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