The head coach of Zenit-2 Vladislav Radimov appreciated the debut of midfielder Zelimkhan Bakaev in the first team.
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“It was expected that there was no mutual understanding with the partners yet, they simply did not understand each other a couple of times with Kuzyaev, and this was clearly visible,” Radimov quotes.RB Sport“.
At the same time, he noted that when Bakaev converted the penalty, Zenit fans applauded him.
Recall that the 25-year-old Bakaev is a graduate of Spartak. In total, the Russian spent 105 matches for the red and white, scored 14 goals and gave 29 assists.
On June 15, the football player joined Zenit, signing a contract under the 3 + 1 scheme.
On June 22, the player made his debut for the St. Petersburg team in a match with Paris Nizhny Novgorod.
Earlier, Gennady Orlov assessed Bakaev’s prospects at Zenit.