Nigerian Striker and FC Krasnodar new boy, Moses Cobnan, has recorded his first competitive goal in Russia for FC Krasnodar following his goal in his side 0-3 win over Republican Football Club Akhmat in one of the Russian Cup fixture played earlier today at The stadium Ahmat Arena.
The highly rated Nigerian youngster joined the Russian side,FC Krasnodar from Slovak topflight league side, Železiarne Podbrezová after his breakthrough season.
In its quest for domestic glory, Republican Football Club Akhmat were faced with a tough tie in the Russian Cup haven been drawn to face FC Krasnodar at home.
FC Krasnodar were faced with another hurdle in the Russian cup haven been fixed to trade tackles with Republican Football Club Akhmat at The stadium Ahmat Arena.
Fc Krasnodar's new Nigerian acquisition, Moses Cobnan was the first to draw the first blood in the game with a clinical finishing at the 27th minute to hand a deserving lead at half time.
In the second half, FC Krasnodar continued with goal scoring as the team went ahead to record (2) more goals to bring the final scoreline to 0-3 at full time.
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