Russia's trace found in Dynamo's defeat to Besiktas
Besiktas midfielder Bakhtiyer Zainutdinov's winning goal in the 95th minute provoked a real bacchanalia among Russian fans. The 25-year-old Kazakh national team leader had previously played 3 years for CSKA Moscow and signed a contract with the Turkish club only on August 21.
Soccer fans from Russia felt that it was due to Bakha's (the player's nickname) performance in the capital team that he was able to train like this.
"From Russia with 'love'! CSKA school! WELL done", "Brought Azov to their knees! Well done! The Red Army is the strongest!", "A Kazakh who speaks normal Russian and moved from the Russian team scored. It's a combo", the users wrote.
Some tried to write the truth about double standards, but such comments were immediately deleted.
"When they see a Kazakh on the Russian streets, they are usually disgusted and tell the 'narrow-eyed' as they call them to go to their motherland. But when a Kazakh scores against a Ukrainian team, they say, 'Well done, Bakha! Crush them!" And this is all said by the same people", the fans wrote.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, Dynamo lost in the first match of the playoffs of the Conference League qualification. The home game against Turkish Besiktas in Romanian Bucharest ended with a score of 2:3.