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9:00 pm, January 21
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7:00 pm, January 22
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4:00 pm, January 23
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8:30 pm, January 23
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AKINFEEV’S KEEPING BLUNDER COSTS RUSSIA A WIN

Igor Akinfeev let Leo Keunho’s shot go right past him on what should have been an easy save and Russia could only pull in 1 point  in Group H. The CSKA Moscow keeper finished a mistake-strewn performance by letting Keunho’s strike slide through his hands  Russia was lucky to even pull in one point after substitute Alexandr Kerzhakov was finally able to pull in an equaliser at the 74th minute in what must have been a heart-racking game for “Sbornaya” Niether team could take a lead before the full-time whistle and this game ended in a draw.

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