In the 28th round of the doubles championship, the reservists took 3 points in a battle game against the Wolves. Evgeny Malashevich scored the only goal in the 61st minute.
The game was not easy and made me nervous, as Minsk had a vital three points to maintain the leading position, but the score was not opened. Isloch, who is also fighting for high places, did not allow to “soak” its gates and threatened attacks on Prishivalko’s possessions, but the goalkeeper of “Minsk” played reliably in the frame and helped out the team.
In the 61st minute the goal still happened: Malashevich got the ball on the left flank, at speed entered the penalty box “wolves” and aiming a low shot sent the ball into the goal. But then it was even hotter. “Isloch” did not give up and tried to equalize the score, in addition” “Minsk” remained in the minority: in the 75th minute for the second warning from the field was removed Lutsky. The most dangerous moment at the gates of the “citizens” happened in the 81st minute, when Prishivalko in a beautiful jump pulled the ball from the far post after a tight strike by Nyan. We can say that along with the goal this save also turned out to be a victory – including thanks to him the team was able to keep three points in this meeting.
Double, round 28. 0-1 Minsk
November 5 (Thursday), 2 p.m. Minsk, BGPU stadium. 50 spectators
Referees: Mikhail Thagalegov (Brest), Alexander Pavlov (Baranovichi), Andrei Shunkin (Brest).
Goal: 0:1 – Malashevich (61).
Isloch: Vasilyuchek – Tyushkevich (Atrashkevich, 67), Lisovsky (Nyane, 46), Orlovich, Vegerya, Goncharov (c), Doroshko, Potershuk, Nekrashevich (Yusuf, 77), Kolomatsky (Firago, 74), Lazarchik.
Minsk: Prishivalko (c) – D.Zinovich (Ivanov, 46), Zhukov, Zherdev (Tarajkovic, 46), Sazonchik (Kuzmich, 58), Malashevich, Lutsky, Prischepa (Nikiporyonok, 46), Gorbach (Migdalyonok, 63), K.Zinovich (Kishko, 46), Lavrik.
Bookings: Lutsky (68) – Veherya (44), Orlovich (56), Goncharov (90+2), Lazarchik (90+3).
Removal: Lutsky (75, second yellow card).
Official warning: Valery Tsyganenko (head coach of Isloch, 56).