Guus Til helped Spartak Moscow win on Krylya Sovetov Samara on Sunday. He made the winning 1-2 in injury time. In Germany, Wout Weghorst contributed to Hertha BSC (0-3) with a hit.
Til was accurate for Spartak in the second minute of the injury time. The midfielder, who was included in the preselection of the Dutch team by Ronald Koeman, shot from the edge of the penalty area.
He thereby prevented Spartak from falling behind FC Krasnodar, which is leading after seven matches. Both teams have fourteen points, but Krasnodar has a better goal difference.
Samara took the lead through Alexander Sobolev, after which former NEC player Jordan Larsson tied the score after the break. Til then gave the guests the victory.
Wout Weghorst opened the score on behalf of Wolfsburg. (Photo: Pro Shots)
Weghorst scores for Wolfsburg
Weghorst opened the score in Berlin after nine minutes. The triple Oranje-international was able to lay down for a penalty after a foul by Karim Rekik on Felix Klaus and coolly shot the ball into the right corner.
It also stayed that way for a long time, but Wolfsburg ended the game in the 82nd minute. Josip Berkalo completed a dribble by placing the ball in the right corner. Jérôme Roussillon also scored 0-3 through the inside of the post eight minutes later.
27-year-old Weghorst, who also had a goal against FC Köln last week, stood in Wolfsburg's field for the entire game. At Hertha, former PSV player Rekik was allowed to participate in the entire competition.
Due to the victory, Wolfsburg is still without loss of points in the Bundesliga. Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, SC Freiburg and Bayer Leverkusen from trainer Peter Bosz are also on six points after two competition matches.
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