Rostov: 1 – Terek: 0

24/04/2011 at 13:59 Leave a comment

In the 6th week of Russian Premier League Season, Terek Grozny Football Club played away with Rostov-na-Don Football Club. Terek lost the game 1-0 with a goal from penalty.

The game was held on April 23 and it started at 16.45 in Olympus Stadium. Terek was the dominant side against its rival during all the game, however, they couldn’t find a goal. Rostov used their opportunity and scored a goal at a penalty. During the match, there was not other goal, and Terek lost the game 1-0. With this results, after the 6th week of Russian Premier League Season, Terek Grozny placed at 13rd place.

After the game, Ruud Gullit, the coach of Terek, gave a short press-conference. “I am very disappointed with the result of today’s match. In my opinion, we were stronger than our rival. But it’s a shame when you have a lot of chances for score a goal, but fail to score it,” said Gullit.

On the other hand, at around 100 fans of Terek Grozny came to Rostov-na-Don city from Grozny with two buses. After the game, the administration of Terek Grozny published a thanking message for them.

Here is the summary of game:

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