The Blue-Whites see no resistance from Faroe champion in a friendly game.
Initially the match has been appointed on 11 February, but it has been rescheduled to a day earlier due to technical circumstances. It has been played at the same pitch as the latest friendly against Rad.
As Radoslav Latal had mentioned, the game was the first, where Dynamo Brest’s squad was close to optimal main formation. Only Pavel Nekhaychik and Artem Milevskiy were absent due to minor injuries.
Five defenders started the game. Vitus and Veretilo have been acting alongside both flanks, especially during attacks, so the formation was 3-5-2. Latal has already used such a formation during pre-season camps.
The Blue-Whites have been outplaying the opponent in possession and movements during first half, but the dominance hasn’t led to scored goals. Nevertheless, there were almost no counter attacks from opponent’s side. The trio Gavrilovich, Lebedev, Kargas have been solid in tackling and in the air.
Vikingur have also been playing with five defenders and they all have been playing in one line, not leaving our forwards behind.
Premudrov, Zaleskiy, Kirilenko and Savitsky appeared after the break. On the 58th minute Savitsky got one on one with the goalkeeper, but our number 88 sent the ball narrowly wide. Several minutes later Fameyeh missed another key chance. The Ghanaian tried to punish the goalkeeper for leaving the goal, but lobbed both him and the net.
The active period finally ended with goals: on 64th minute Savitsky perfectly shot from the free kick, 5 minutes later same Savitsky passed to Premudrov with the back heel, who sent Kirilenko to runout. Kirill wasn’t confused, outplayed goalkeeper and sent the ball into the empty net. 0:2.
Dynamo Brest’s dominance was beyond doubts. The appeared on the pitch youth has torn Vikingur’s defense.
There happened the return of Dmitry Borisov in the end of the game. The young defender appeared first time for last six months after recovery from a hard knee injury, picked up in the home game against Neman.
Legendary Roman Vasilyuk earned a corner on the 84th minute, but instead of a cross, played one-two with Zaleskiy and suddenly shot on goal. It’s hard to say, whether it was a deliberate shot or wrong cross. Anyway, it was a spectacular goal.
Kirilenko made the double right before the final whistle, but as they say, Savitsky did all the job. Pavel dragged the ball through the left flank and stroke the towards far post. Kirill was prompt enough to send the ball into near corner. Final score is 0:4.
Dynamo Brest: Rudenok, Lebedev (Miroshnikov, 71), Gavrilovich (Premudrov, 46), Kargas. (Borisov, 78), Veretilo (Zaleskiy, 46), Vitus (Ivanov, 60), Osuchukwu (Sadovskiy, 71), Legchilin (Kirilenko, 46), Sedko (Savitsky, 46), Gotal (Yuzepchuk, 46; Babawo, 75), Fameyeh (Vasilyuk, 60).
Substitutes: Denisenko, Pavlyuchenko.
Goals: 0:1 - Savitsky (64, direct free kick), 0:2 - Kirilenko (69, assist - Premudrov), 0:3 - Vasilyuk (84, assist - Zaleskiy), Kirilenko (89, assist - Savitsky).
Yellow cards: Sedko (21, rough play), Lebedev (64, rough play).
Date: 10 February 2018
Venue: Training complex “Titanic” (Belek, Turkey)
Weather: 15°C, cloudless. Floodlights (second half)
There is one game left on the second camp - on 14 February against Hungarian champion Honved. Right after the game, the footballers and coaching staff will fly to Brest to spend several days before third camp.