“The goalkeeper “Spartaka” Rebrov has avoided surgery after a match with “Liverpool”

– Goalkeeper of FC Moscow “Spartak” Artem Rebrov, who was injured in the match of the second round of group stage of UEFA Champions League against English “Liverpool”, operation is not required.

“Today the goalkeeper red-white Artem Rebrov, who got injured in the match against Liverpool, underwent further examinations. After it became known that the Spartak partial damage to the ligaments of the right knee. Operation goalkeeper is not required”, – stated in the message a press-services “Spartaka” on Thursday.

However, in the upcoming Premier League match with Yekaterinburg “Ural” ribs “to take part can’t.”

The match “Spartak” – “Liverpool” took place on Tuesday and ended with the score 1:1. The injured ribs were replaced with Alexander by Salihovi in the 68th minute. Both players were recognized by experts as the best in structure “Spartaka”.

Rib surgery not required: https://t.co/99xd45Uk6D pic.twitter.com/snnCfWTCXk

— FC Spartak Moscow (@fcsm_official) 28 Sep 2017

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