Team analysis

Russia

Russia

Russia
No.PlayerBornPos.UKRCROITASWEITAGSClub
1Anton Mitryushkin08/02/1996Goalkeeper8080808080 FC Spartak Moskva (RUS)
2Vladislav Parshikov19/02/1996Midfield8080808080 FC Chertanovo (RUS)
3Aleksandr Likhachev22/07/1996Defender8080808080 FC Spartak Moskva (RUS)
4Dzhamaldin Khodzhaniyazov18/07/1996Defender80808080801 FC Zenit (RUS)
5Denis Yakuba26/05/1996Defender8080808080 FC Chertanovo (RUS)
6Sergei Makarov03/10/1996Defender8080808080 PFC CSKA Moskva (RUS)
7Aleksandr Makarov24/04/1996Forward72*66*64*62*39+ FC Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS)
8Danila Buranov11/02/1996Midfield8041*28+ 18+ FC Spartak Moskva (RUS)
9Aleksei Gasilin01/03/1996Forward41* 801+31+1 FC Zenit (RUS)
10Aleksandr Golovin30/05/1996Midfield59*50*52*65*62* PFC CSKA Moskva (RUS)
11Aleksandr Zuev26/06/1996Forward80808080*49* FC Chertanovo (RUS)
12Aleksei Kuznetsov20/08/1996Goalkeeper FC Chertanovo (RUS)
13Egor Rudkovski04/03/1996Midfield21+30+ 15+ FC Chertanovo (RUS)
14Anatoli Nikolaesh17/04/1996Defender PFC CSKA Moskva (RUS)
15Dmitri Barinov11/09/1996Midfield39+808080 FC Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS)
16Aleksandr Dovbnya14/02/1996Midfield FC Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS)
17Maksim Mayrovich06/02/1996Forward39+801 FC Chertanovo (RUS)
18Rifat Zhemaletdinov20/09/1996Midfield8+14+16+18+41*1 FC Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS)
19Ramil Sheydaev15/03/1996Forward8080 FC Zenit (RUS)
Pos. = Position; GS = Goals scored; * = Started; + = Substitute
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Coach
Dmitri Khomukha
23/08/69
At this level, the lads are young and not fully developed physically. When they are tired, some technical elements aren't performed as well as they should be. We missed quite a lot of scoring chances because the tournament is long and you need a lot of physical strength to be successful. Our resources were not endless. We remained faithful to our style but we just had problems in converting our opportunities. We were not effective enough in attack.

Russia team analysis

Russia team analysis

• 4-3-3 with 4-2-3-1 variations; single or twin midfield screen

• Patient, cautious build-ups from back; long passes when pressed

• Wingers – usually Aleksandr Makarov (No7) and Aleksandr Zuev (No11) – use speed to run at/past full-backs

• Good crossing and cut-backs; dangerous at set plays

• Well-organised defending; very compact in central area

• Occasional high pressing; fast attack-to-defence transitions

• Disciplined unit with mental strength and strong team ethic