Clubs: PFC Krylya Sovetov Samara, FC Zenit
• Born in Samara, Anyukov started out with local club PFC Krylya Sovetov Samara and made slow progress until his breakthrough season of 2004, when he received a surprise call-up to Russia's UEFA EURO 2004 squad.
• Selected for one match at the finals in Portugal − the final group game against Greece − he made an unhappy return to the country four months later for a FIFA World Cup qualifier as he played the full 90 minutes of a 7-1 defeat.
• Left Krylya Sovetov for Zenit midway through the 2005 campaign and became their first-choice right-back, winning the Russian title in 2007 and playing from start to finish in 16 of 17 games in the Sine-Belo-Golubye's 2007/08 UEFA Cup triumph; also played the full 90 minutes of the 2008 UEFA Super Cup win against Manchester United FC.
• Played every minute of Russia's UEFA EURO 2008 finals campaign, reaching the semi-finals under Guus Hiddink, and maintained a regular place in the team under his ex-Zenit coach Dick Advocaat, winning his 50th cap in the Dutchman's first game in charge − an August 2010 friendly against Bulgaria in St Petersburg.
• Captained Zenit to the Russian domestic double in 2010.
• Helped Zenit retain the league title in the transitional 2011/12 Russian season (37 appearances) and make a first incursion into the UEFA Champions League round of 16, where he featured in both legs against SL Benfica.
• Anyukov became the first Russian to have appeared at three EURO finals (2004, 2008, 2012), a feat no Soviet player achieved.
UEFA Cup: winner 2008
UEFA Super Cup: winner 2008
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|07.09.2012||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Russia||2-0||Northern Ireland||90||0||0|
|11.09.2012||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Israel||0-4||Russia||50||0||0|
|12.10.2012||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Russia||1-0||Portugal||90||0||0|
|14.11.2012||Friendlies 2010-12||First round||Russia||2-2||USA||59||0||0|
|06.02.2013||Friendlies 2010-12||First round||Iceland||0-2||Russia||46||0||0|
|07.06.2013||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Portugal||1-0||Russia||31||0||0|
|17.07.2013||Russian Premier League||Krasnodar||1-2||Zenit||90||0||0|
|21.07.2013||Russian Premier League||Rubin||2-1||Zenit||90||0||0|
|03.08.2013||Russian Premier League||Volga||1-3||Zenit||90||0||0|
|07.08.2013||UEFA Champions League||Third qualifying round||Zenit||5-0||Nordsjælland||52||0||0|
|14.08.2013||FIFA World Cup||Qualifying round||Northern Ireland||1-0||Russia||90||0||0|
|20.08.2013||UEFA Champions League||Play-offs||Paços Ferreira||1-4||Zenit||90||0||0|
|28.08.2013||UEFA Champions League||Play-offs||Zenit||4-2||Paços Ferreira||90||0||1|
|14.09.2013||Russian Premier League||Zenit||2-0||Terek||90||0||0|
|25.09.2013||Russian Premier League||Krylya Sovetov||1-4||Zenit||90||0||1|
|01.10.2013||UEFA Champions League||Group stage||Zenit||0-0||Austria Wien||87||0||0|
|26.10.2013||Russian Premier League||Ural||1-2||Zenit||45||0||0|
|30.10.2013||Russian Cup||Fourth round||Tyumen||2-0||Zenit||90||0||0|
|10.11.2013||Russian Premier League||Spartak Moskva||4-2||Zenit||90||0||0|
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