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Dynamo surge spoils Rubin bow

Published: Thursday 17 September 2009, 0.30CET
FC Dynamo Kyiv 3-1 FC Rubin Kazan
Three goals in the last 19 minutes ensured Dynamo recovered to defeat the debutants in the meeting of the Ukrainian and Russian champions.
by Eugene Ravdin
from Valeri Lobanovskiy Stadium

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Match statistics

Dynamo KyivRubin

Goals scored3
 
1
Attempts on target7
 
1
Attempts off target7
 
2
Corners5
 
4
Offsides1
 
1
Fouls committed15
 
21
Yellow cards2
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

Last updated: 03/10/2013 16:21 CET

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Published: Thursday 17 September 2009, 0.30CET

Dynamo surge spoils Rubin bow

FC Dynamo Kyiv 3-1 FC Rubin Kazan
Three goals in the last 19 minutes ensured Dynamo recovered to defeat the debutants in the meeting of the Ukrainian and Russian champions.

Three goals in the last 19 minutes gave FC Dynamo Kyiv victory against UEFA Champions League debutants FC Rubin Kazan and kept up their perfect home competition record against Russian visitors.

Comeback
Rubin took the lead midway through the first half thanks to Alejandro Domínguez's free-kick and by the break Dynamo were struggling to find a way back. But it all changed after half-time as the Ukrainian champions began to create clear-cut chances and their endeavour was rewarded when Ayila Yussuf, Gérson Magrão and substitute Oleh Gusev found the target to give Dynamo the three Group F points.

Shevchenko returned
Despite their free-scoring displays in Russia this season, with 20 goals in their last six games, Rubin opted for a more defensive approach in Kiev against a side fielding Artem Milevskiy, Andriy Shevchenko – on his first UEFA Champions League appearance for Dynamo since April 1999 – and Andriy Yarmolenko in attack. Sure enough, while Dynamo dominated possession from the off they found little room to create real chances. Magrão did send in two free-kicks each met by Yussuf, first with his left foot and then his head, but both times the ball went wide.

Rubin ahead
Rubin were relying on quick breaks down the wing but Aleksandr Ryazantsev and Gökdeniz Karadeniz were having little joy. However, on 25 minutes the visitors were in front. Russia captain Sergei Semak won a free-kick directly in front of goal and Domínguez lifted the ball over the wall and into the top corner past the stranded Olexandr Shovkovskiy.

Kaleshin close
Five minutes later Miloš Ninković came close to equalising after Vitali Kaleshin was unable to clear a long ball but, through on goal, the Serbian midfielder's miscued shot just past the post produced an audible sigh from the home fans. Dynamo continued to push and just before half-time Shevchenko crossed from the right only for teenager Yarmolenko to head off target from close range.

Dynamo threat
Having had no shots on target in the first half, Dynamo redoubled their efforts after the interval as they increased the pressure on Rubin. Shevchenko was unlucky to see a ten-metre volley fly over before his venomous free-kick was cleared by Rubin's midfield anchor Christian Noboa, deputising for the suspended Macbeth Sibaya.

Pressure tells
Dynamo's toil soon had its reward, though, as Milevskiy – who earlier had a low shot saved by Sergei Ryzhikov – flicked on Magrão's corner and Yussuf rose highest to loop in a header. The Valeri Lobanovskiy Stadium faithful now produced an explosion of noise as they scented victory and Dynamo's players were not to disappoint.

Victory sealed
Milevskiy and Magrão were piercing Rubin's defence with regularity and Ryzhikov was having to be at his very best. He did well to parry Roman Eremenko's long-range shot and was lucky when Gusev's angled effort went wide. But the goalkeeper could do nothing when another substitute, Tiberiu Ghioane, sent in a cross from the left, helped on by Shevchenko into the path of Magrão. His emphatic finish was followed by a wild celebration and six minutes later Gusev completed the victory, pouncing when Milevskiy's shot was blocked in the box to shoot past Ryzhikov.

Last updated: 27/11/12 4.37CET

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Lineups

dynamo kyiv

Dynamo Kyiv

rubin

Rubin

1
ShovkovskiyOlexandr Shovkovskiy (GK)
77
RyzhikovSergei Ryzhikov (GK)
5
VukojevićOgnjen Vukojević
3
AnsaldiCristian Ansaldi
Yellow Card68
7
ShevchenkoAndriy Shevchenko
Substitution90
4
César NavasCésar Navas
10
MilevskiyArtem Milevskiy (C)
Yellow Card62
7
SemakSergei Semak (C)
Yellow Card81
11
R. EremenkoRoman Eremenko
10
DomínguezAlejandro Domínguez
Goal25
Substitution77
21
MagrãoGérson Magrão
Goal79
Yellow Card80
11
BukharovAleksandr Bukharov
25
YussufAyila Yussuf
Goal71
15
RyazantsevAleksandr Ryazantsev
Substitution83
34
KhacheridiYevhen Khacheridi
16
NoboaChristian Noboa
36
NinkovićMiloš Ninković
Substitution57
19
KaleshinVitali Kaleshin
44
Leandro AlmeidaLeandro Almeida
61
Gökdeniz KaradenizGökdeniz Karadeniz
70
YarmolenkoAndriy Yarmolenko
Substitution65
76
SharonovRoman Sharonov
Yellow Card28

Substitutes

31
BogushStanislav Bogush (GK)
1
KozkoSergei Kozko (GK)
3
BetãoBetão
Substitution90
9
SalukvadzeLasha Salukvadze
4
GhioaneTiberiu Ghioane
Substitution57
23
BalyaykinEvgeni Balyaykin
20
GusevOleh Gusev
Substitution65
Goal85
24
PopovAleksei Popov
29
MandzyukVitaliy Mandzyuk
32
GorbanetsAndrei Gorbanets
35
GarmashDenys Garmash
42
MurawskiRafał Murawski
Substitution77
49
ZozulyaRoman Zozulya
88
KasaevAlan Kasaev
Substitution83

Coach

Valeri Gazzaev (RUS) Kurban Berdyev (RUS)

Referee

Alain Hamer (LUX)

Assistant referees

François Mangen (LUX), Christian Holtgen (LUX)

Fourth official

Albert Toussaint (LUX)

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