The third friendly game at Turkish VTB training camp ended in a 4:1 win for the White-Blues.
Eli Dasa started the match as a right-back after having recovered from cold. By contrast, Diego Laxalt and Arsen Zakharyan were not available in Monday's game for medical reasons. Stanislav Bessmertnyi and Dmitry Begun entered the team list to add more depth to the squad.
Dynamo players used active pressure throughout the first half and didn't let the opponent cross the middle of the pitch for many times. The White-Blues opened the score on the 6th minute. Denis Bokov started the attack by sending the ball to Fedor Smolov, who crossed to the far post. Yaroslav Gladyshev waited for an assist and hit the net without any trouble.
17-year-old Bokov was one of the most active performers. Denis succeeded in intercepting several times and then came to the edge of attack. He threatened twice Yenisey goalkeeper Stanislav Antipin, who had to save his teammates in dangerous situations.
By the end of the first 45-minute period Smolov and Gladyshev interplayed well inside the penalty box. Fedor had a great opportunity to score, but lacked some luck in this episode. However, Smolov regained his scoring touch after a short break. capitalising on Dmitry Skopintsev and Daniil Fomin's assists – 3:0.
Dynamo machine didn't stop and continued to dominate. Milan Majstorovic organized a good chance for Bokov, who tried to score nicely with a bycicle kick. In few minutes Gladyshev supported his younger teammate by finishing the swift attack of Dynamo being assisted by Smolov. The White-Blues' number ten did his best scoring two times and making two assists.
Slavisa Jokanovic renewed the team for the second half. Majstorovic remained on the right wing, while nominal right-back Sergey Parshivlyuk moved to the opposite flank. Nicolas Ngamaleu was responsible for corners and his crosses could puzzle the Yenisey defense more often than not. Dynamo youngsters Tyukavin and Zazvonkin added creativity and freshness in attack putting pressure on the Reds' goal.
The Krasnoyarsk side played more aggresively in the second half and this game change helped them score a consolation goal. Nikita Razdorskikh curled the ball into the left top corner and made it 4:1.
The Muscovites were close to restore the four-goal lead by Zazvonkin and Ngamaleu's efforts. However, Yenisey new goalkeeper Andrey Shirokov made two memorable saves. The last real chance came to Georgy Sulakvelidze, who fired over the crossbar from eight-meter spot.
The Dynamo second training camp is now over. The White-Blues will fly to Moscow after dinner. The third preparation camp for Slavisa Jokanovic's men will also be held in Turkey, where four friendly games are expected.