The Gladiators grabbed victory over Andrei Talalayev’s team in a hard-fought match, with the former Nigerian international inspiring his side to victory.
The former Nigerian international has been in excellent form for the Rui Vitoria’s side, but he has been unfortunate with his goals.
Nonetheless, he recovered his scoring touch as Gladiators extended their outstanding home success in the present campaign, despite playing 58 minutes with 10 men.
Victor Moses opened the scoring 13 minutes into the game in Spartak Moscow’s 2-1 home win in the Russian Premier League.
His first league goal of the season having played 81 minutes in the fixture.
But their lead was jeopardized when Sobolev was sent off in the 32nd minute for significant foul play.
Despite the fact that referee Vitaliy Meshkov had missed the incident, thanks to VAR’s intervention, he was able to show the Russian the way out.
Daniil Utkin, who was set up by Artem Arhipov, equalized for the visitors just before halftime.
The home team picked up their game in the second half, but they were unable to grab the lead after squandering multiple goal chances.
FK Akhmat did not appear to be daring, as they were content with the score.
Rui Vitoria’s side team, on the other hand, had the last laugh when Quincy Promes turned in Roman Zobnin’s pass with three minutes left on the clock to give them a deserved win and all three points.
Spartak Moscow will be looking to battle Legia Warsaw next in Europa League on Thursday, while Victor Moses will be hoping to maintain his top form.