The break for the winter break in the Russian Premier League will be remembered not only by the results of the matches, but also by the successfully held action of uniting the fans of Spartak – Fratria. Almost all the ultras of the Russian championship clubs supported the call of the “red-whites” to leave the stadium in the 30th minute of the matches of the 19th round. The weekly Football tells about those who sided with Spartak.

The rally was held after about 200 fans of the “red-whites” were taken into custody in St. Petersburg on the eve of the match against Zenit (0: 1). They also detained the one who started the stands of the Moscow club, who, as a result of the investigation, was banned from attending sports competitions for 1.5 years. Note that all the fans who left the podium shouted: “Football is for fans, not for rubbish!”.

Zenit – Dynamo – 3: 0 (3: 0).

In the match, everything was decided in the first half. Azmun, Ivanovic and Dziuba made the blue-white-blue advantage. As a result, the club from St. Petersburg beat Dynamo and increased the lead over the second place (Krasnodar) by 10 points.

Fans of both clubs supported the Fratria action and left the stands. Fans of the famous Zenit ultras – Virage – left the sector in the 41st minute, leaving two messages in the form of banners: “Fan is not a criminal” and “We believe in you, Zenith”.

But Dynamo fans were not able to leave the arena right away. They were held by the police. But still they managed to come out a little later.

Arsenal – Lokomotiv – 4: 0 (0: 0).

Also on Friday Arsenal played against Lokomotiv. In this meeting, all the goals came in the second half. Lutsenko’s double, Gorbatenko’s and Chaushich’s goals ensured the Tula’s victory over the “railroad workers”.

Despite the outcome in this game, the fans of both clubs left the stadium in the first half. They did it in the 30th minute. Fans of the Moscow club also several times shouted negative slogans against Edgard Zapashny, who recently suggested mutilating fans: “I would have brought in riot police and crumbled them there.”

Tambov – Orenburg – 3: 0 (0: 0).

In the first match on Saturday, all goals were also scored in the second half. Radakovich’s own goal, goals scored by Obukhov and Kilin brought Tambov a victory, thanks to which the club moved up to 11th place in the RPL standings.

Note that this meeting was attended by an extremely small number of fans. Still, the fans of “Orenburg”, albeit in a small composition, still left the podium in the 30th minute.

Krasnodar – CSKA – 1: 1 (0: 1).

The second place before the winter break was played between Krasnodar and CSKA. The score was opened by the army team. In the first half, Oblyakov shot into the upper right corner from outside the penalty area. Krasnodar responded with a goal by Ari, who finished off the ball into the net after not scoring a penalty.

Despite the hatred between CSKA and Spartak, the fans of the Red-Blues supported the action, but left the podium only at the end of the first half, also leaving the banner “Fan is not a criminal”. Active fans of the bulls distinguished themselves by the same actions.

Akhmat – Ufa – 0: 1 (0: 1).

The meeting was not productive. The only and winning goal was scored by Aliyev. Ufa won, and the club’s fans supported the action.

Krylia Sovetov – Ural – 2: 3 (1: 1).

The teams scored 5 goals for two. In the first half, the teams scored once: Chernov scored for Krylya, and Pogrebnyak’s goal backed the Urals. In the second half, Pogrebnyak and El-Kabir increased the guests’ advantage, got one goal back for Radonich Samara.

As in most matches, the fans of the teams did not stand aside. Both Krylia fans and Ural fans left the stadium in the 30th minute of the meeting.

Sochi – Rubin – 1: 1 (1: 0).

This game was also attended by few fans. However, the teams still scored a goal. Lagator scored for Sochi, Markov for Kazan.

In this meeting, the fans of both teams also supported the “Fratria” action. And the Rubin fans also left a banner: “A fan is not a criminal”.

Spartak – Rostov – 1: 4 (0: 1).

Many spectators expected this match not only because of the top rankings of the teams, but also because of the behavior of the fans. Even in the first half, Zainutdinov opened the score, and in the second half Ionov, Chistyakov and Zainutdinov increased the advantage of Rostovites. The only goal for the Muscovites was scored by Ponce.

As expected, Spartak fans from sector B of both the lower and upper tiers left the arena in the 30th minute. Also, some fans left the VIP box. Negative chants about Zapashny were also heard from the rostrum of the “red-whites”. Fans of “Rostov” also supported the action. Both teams left banners saying “Fan is not a criminal.”