4/27/2018

Russia Team 2018

Information about Russia Team 2018


Information about Russia Team 2018
Russia Team 2018



         Russia will discuss, at least rated between the teams of the World Cup 2018, for a surprise at home to pass the first round for the first time after the disintegration of the Soviet Union in light of the modest offensive line and the lack of stability in the goalkeeping amid fierce competition.

The team took part under the name of Russia and the Soviet Union in the finals ten times, and will host the event for the first time between June and July next year.

In the three posts after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1994, 2002 and 2014, the team failed to reach the exit of the defeated roles and if successful in 2018 a copy at home would be a real achievement for the coach Stanislav Cherechisov.

Cherchyshev took the lead after the early exit of the 2016 European Championship and the options were limited to him to strengthen the team. Unlike the rest of the World Cup teams, Russia did not have the opportunity to strengthen their strength through the qualifiers and relied on friendly matches to prepare for the finals. Critics say Russia's players, mostly from the local league, have moved away from heavyweight competitions that prevent their development.

Russia is dependent on veteran goalkeeper Igor Akiniviev, who has a frantic pace in international matches. At the 2014 World Cup, Aquiniv failed to catch an easy lead to a 1-1 draw with South Korea, a result that helped Russia out of the group stage without a win.

Russia hopes to shine a bilateral attack, Alexander Kokorin and Fedor Smolov local league scorer this season with nine and eight goals respectively. Zenit St Petersburg's Kokorin seemed to have regained his standard and returned to the team for the first time in nearly a year.

The 26-year-old striker moved away-old squad because of falling level and for his participation in a raucous ceremony in Monaco after the departure of Russia directly from the European Championship.

The Russian national team is preparing for a number of international friendly matches in preparation for the World Cup on its territory this summer.
Where the site "Chambion Mira Viva 2018" on the schedule of the Russian team.

The Russian team will meet Brazil on March 23 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow and play their second game against France on 27 October in St. Petersburg,

The Austrian team will meet in the Austrian city of Innsbruck on May 30 and will conclude their preparations for the Turkish team on 5 June.

The Russian team will play in Group A, which includes the teams of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay.

For the first time in its history, Russia will host the FIFA World Cup between 14 June and 15 July 2018.

The tournament will host 11 Russian cities: Moscow, Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Volgograd, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk, Rostov na Dono, Sochi and Ekaterinburg.

Russia, Saudi Arabia's Greens, will play in the opening match on June 14 at the Luzhinki Stadium in Moscow.
In the following report, we present the strengths and weaknesses of each team in the first group:

Local Russia

The Russian national team is the only team that has not qualified for the tournament because it has only played a number of friendly matches.

Russia's Stanislav Cherchisov, who led a major change in the team, is taking over the disappointing 2016 European Cup.

strength point
Cherchisov has adopted a new style of play, relying on a new combination based on analysts in the Russian league, abandoning a large number of stars and well-known players such as Sergei Ignacovic and Vasily Perezotsky.

The Russian coach has introduced many new faces, such as Viktor Vasin, defender of CSKA Moscow, Ruben Kazan defender Vyodor Kordashov and Spartak Moscow's Georgi Dzikia.

He also appeared strongly during the famous Russian friendly matches, Alexei and Anton Miranchuk, Moscow Lokomitiv player, and young star Alexander Golovin, midfielder of CSKA Moscow.

Weaknesses
The Russian team does not play qualifying matches or any official matches, making the players' experience weak before they enter the World Cup.

Krzysztof changed the way of the team to become a 3-5-2, and gave up his usual game, which ranged between 4-4-2 and 4-3-3, which may cause confusion for players, starting with the official games, but this It may secure defense lines, but it may not make the offensive team's attitude good.

The average age of the Russian team is between 21 and 22 years old, and the biggest player is veteran goalkeeper Igor Akinaviev, 31, which may make him unqualified for major tournaments like the World Cup, but this also gives him the advantage that the team of ambitious young people Wishing to make glory for themselves.

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