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Jordan Larsson's first goal in Spartak Moscow

2019-08-25T21:52:55.970Z

It took three games - but now Jordan Larsson has been allowed to sign in the goal record in the Russian league. He did so when his Spartak Moscow defeated Krylja Sovetov Samara by 2-1 making Larsson the 1-1 goal.



It took three games - but now Jordan Larsson has been allowed to sign in the goal record in the Russian league.

Away against Krylja Sovetov Samara, the Swede won 1-1 for their new club Spartak Moscow in a match that the away team won by 2-1 after midfielder Guus Til decided on stoppage time.

Jordan Larsson has started in all three games in the league game since leaving Norrköping for Spartak Moscow - who thanks to the victory points the series lead in Russia with four other teams after seven rounds.

Larsson left Sweden as an all-Swedish shooting league leader after scoring eleven goals for Norrköping this year.

Source: svt

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