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Submitted by -Mezzo- 997d ago | highlight

Highlights: Russia 4 - 1 Czech Republic ( Euro 2012 -- 06/08/2012 )

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(1-0)Alan Dzagoev 15'

2-0)Roman Shirokov 24'

(2-1)Vaclav Pilar 52'

(3-1)Alan Dzagoev 79'

(4-1)Roman Pavlyuchenko 82' (Czech Republic, Russia, UEFA Euro)

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PaPa-Slam  +   997d ago
What an entertaining yet 1 sided game, Russia totally out played Czech.

After the first 2 goal within 25 min, i kinds felt that Czech has already lost faith in the game, but they still managed a goal.

Overall - the first day of Euro 2012 has been pretty exciting, it will only get better from here. :D
Mozilla89  +   996d ago
I was expecting a closer game but congrats to the Russians. Beating Italy 3-0 in the lead up to the Euros and now this. They'll be an interesting team to watch.
RedDevils  +   996d ago
Czech defence so poor, if only if Kerzhakov can hit the damn target the scoreline would be even more worst

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