Igor Akinfeev is a record-holder of PFC CSKA on the number of matches in the national championship

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In the match against Lokomotiv the Army team was the first to concede a goal, but managed to equalize and take the lead before the halftime. However they did not keep the winning score. This is the first time scenario of PFC CSKA matches in the Russian championships. As for the Railwaymen, they know this kind of game: in 2004 their away match against Rotor was played exactly like that: scored the opener, conceded two goals before the halftime and made a draw at the end of the game.

In two away matches in a row the Army team finished their game in minority – this is a new club record. In 2000 and 2004 the Army team players also were sent off in two away matches in a row, but in one of these two games finished the game with equal squads.

Vitinho equalized the score in the Russian championships for the second time – both in the current championship and both in the game against Lokomotiv.

Bibras Natcho takes the lead for PFC CSKA in the Russian championships for the 8th time. All these goals are in the first half. They differ from the previous 7 cases, when the Israeli midfield scored the opener in the game, but this time the goal was scored when scoreboard was showing 1:1.

This is the first time when score 2:2 was fixed in the Russian championship matches between PFC CSKA and Lokomotiv and became the 16th option of score in this tie.

Khetag Khosonov became the 212th  player of PFC CSKA who was fielded in the starting squad in the Russian championships.

Igor Akinfeev became a new record-holder of the club in the number of matches in the Russian championships. The match against Lokomotiv became the 383rd for Igor, which is one game more than Vladimir Fedotov had, who had played for the Army team 1961-1975.



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