Russia played Malta within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group H on September 7. The match kicked off 18:45 UTC. Russia won 2-0.
Fedor Smolov scored the first goal on the 10th minute of the game followed by a goal from Zelimkhan Bakaev, who made the final score 2-0.
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Russia kicked off the game with Guilherme, Vyacheslav Karavaev, Maksim Osipenko, Igor Diveev, Daler Kuzyaev, Aleksey Miranchuk who got substituted by Ilya Samoshnikov on the 58th minute, Dmitri Barinov, Aleksandr Erokhin who got substituted by Roman Zobnin on the 46th minute, Arsen Zaharyan who got substituted by Zelimkhan Bakaev on the 46th minute, Fedor Smolov who got substituted by Anton Zabolotnyi on the 71st minute and Aleksey Ionov who got substituted by Rifat Zhemaletdinov on the 79th minute as starters, with Zelimkhan Bakaev, Denis Cheryshev, Georgi Dzhikiya, Andrey Lunev, Aleksandr Maksimenko, Maksim Mukhin, Ilya Samoshnikov, Alex Sutormin, Konstantin Tyukavin, Anton Zabolotnyi, Rifat Zhemaletdinov and Roman Zobnin on the bench.
Malta's starting eleven were Henry Bonello, Steve Borg, Andrei Agius who got substituted by Kurt Shaw on the 86th minute, Zach Muscat, Ryan Camenzuli, Teddy Teuma who got substituted by Nikolai Muscat on the 86th minute, Stephen Pisani who got substituted by Triston Caruana on the 67th minute, Cain Attard who got substituted by Shaun Dimech on the 75th minute, Paul Mbong, Joseph Mbong and Luke Montebello who got substituted by Alexander Satariano on the 66th minute, with Triston Caruana, Juan Corbolan, Shaun Dimech, Jake Galea, Matthew Grech, Jake Grech, Karl Micallef, Nikolai Muscat, Alexander Satariano, Kurt Shaw, Dexter Xuereb and Yankam Yannick on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Aleksey Miranchuk, Steve Borg and Ryan Camenzuli were the ones to receive it.
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Russia and Malta have met once since March 2021. Russia have won that match. The most recent match between them took place on March 24, 2021 within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group H where Russia won 1-3. Russia have scored 3 goals in these 1 head-to-head match in total while Malta have scored 1. So, overall, Russia have a better head-to-head record against Malta in their recent history.
Russia have won 7 of their 10 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group H, drawing 1 and having 2 defeats this season. They have scored 19 goals - 1.90 per match, conceding 6 - 0.60 per match. Malta have won 1 of their 10 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group H, drawing 2 and having 7 defeats this season. They have scored 9 goals - 0.90 per match, conceding 30 - 3.00 per match.
Russia have won Cyprus in their previous match while Malta have lost to Slovenia in their previous match. Overall, Russia have won 8 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 5, while Malta have won 5 of their last 20 matches, losing 11 and drawing 4. In their most recent 6 matches Russia have won 3 times (0-2 against Cyprus on 4th of September, 0-1 against Finland on 16th of June and 1-0 against Bulgaria on 5th of June), lost twice (1-4 against Denmark on 21st of June and 3-0 against Belgium on 12th of June) and drew once (0-0 against Croatia on 1st of September). In their most recent 6 matches Malta have won once (3-0 against Cyprus on 1st of September), lost 4 times (1-0 against Slovenia on 4th of September, 1-2 against Kosovo on 4th of June, 0-3 against Northern Ireland on 30th of May and 3-0 against Croatia on 30th of March) and drew once (2-2 against Slovakia on 27th of March).
As always, World cup Europe, Qualification, Group H's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Russia are 2nd in the table with 22 points after 10 matches, while Malta are 6th with 5 points in 10 matches.
We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Russia and Malta in real time. You can watch the goals by Fedor Smolov and Zelimkhan Bakaev as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Russia - Malta are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.