CSKA lose but stay top in Russia

June 28, 2003
By Gennady Fyodorov
MOSCOW, June 28 (Reuters) - Russian premier league leaders CSKA Moscow suffered a 4-1 beating at the hands of Zenit St Petersburg on Saturday but remained six points clear at the top.

Russian international Igor Yanovsky put CSKA ahead in the 23rd minute but Romanian defender Daniil Ciritcu levelled three minutes later for Zenit.

Ukrainian midfielder Olexander Spivak put the home side ahead with a 45th-minute penalty.

After Vladislav Radimov made it 3-1 with a harmless-looking free ...

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