In the Russian Second Division, 19-year-old forward Sylvanus Nimely registered his second league goal of the season after he helped Spartak Moskva II secure a 2-0 win against Rotor Volgograd. After a goalless first half, Nimely broke the deadlock, 86 minutes on the clock before his teammate finished things up in the four minutes added time.
The weekend result placed Spartak in the fourth position on the league table with 14 points out of seven games. AS for Belarus, a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, former LISCR striker Christopher Jackson made his second Premiere League appearance for Belarusian football club Shakhtyor, after he was introduced by Russian Coach Sergey Tashuev in the 84th minute. The match ended 3-1 in Shakhtyor’s favor. Jackson has so far scored two goals for the club in the Belarusian Cup.