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Cherchov reported on the situation with coronavirus in the Russian national team :: Euro 2020 :: RBC Sport

According to the head coach, after the situation with Andrej Mostov, the team’s players avoided other cases of COVID-19 infection.

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The Russian national football team has avoided other cases of coronavirus infection after the situation with Andrei Mostov. The head coach of the Russian national team, Stanislav Cherchov, told reporters.

“Evgeniev was announced because Kudryashov is still injured. We did coronavirus tests yesterday and this morning, completely clean, “Cherkhov said.

On Friday it was announced that midfielder Mostovoy will not play at the European Championships due to a positive test for coronavirus. In his candidacy replaced defender Roman Evgeniev.


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Fyodor Kudryashov was injured before the last Euro-Euro checkout against the Polish team (1: 0)… Later in the press service of the national team allowedthat Kudryashov could miss the start of the tournament. Defender’s wife Anastasia Kudryashova spokethat a football player can miss three group meetings.

The Russian national team will start at the European Championship on 12 June with a match against the Belgian team. The meeting will take place in St. Petersburg, starting at 22.00 (Moscow time). “Compared to the 2018 World Cup, Belgium has 18 players left and has an excellent coach. We are studying them, our task is to bring the game as close as possible to possibilities,” Cherchov added.

The European Championship will take place from 11 June to 11 July. The Russian national team will also play in the group round with Finland (June 16, St. Petersburg) and Denmark (June 21, Copenhagen).

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