2006 Russian Super Cup

The 2006 Russian Super Cup was the 4th Russian Super Cup match, a football match which was to be contested between the Russian Premier League 2005 champion and the winner of Russian Cup 2004-05. However, because the same team won both the league and the cup for the second consecutive season, the match was contested between the champion and the runner-up of Russian Premier League 2006, CSKA Moscow and Spartak Moscow, respectively. The match was held on 11 March 2006 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia. CSKA Moscow beat Spartak Moscow 3–2 to win their second Russian Super Cup.

Match details

Spartak Moscow2 – 3CSKA Moscow
Titov Goal 22'
Mozart Goal 47'
(Report) Zhirkov Goal 42'
Odiah Goal 73'
Goal 83'
Spartak Moscow:
GK 46 Russia Aleksei Zuev
DF 4 Romania Adrian Iencsi
DF 17 Argentina Clemente Rodríguez Yellow card 90' Yellow-red card 90'
DF 20 Lithuania Ignas Dedura Yellow card 55'
MF 7 Russia Denis Boyarintsev
MF 9 Russia Yegor Titov (c)
MF 21 Netherlands Quincy Owusu-Abeyie
MF 23 Russia Vladimir Bystrov Substituted off 80'
MF 24 Brazil Mozart Yellow card 39' Yellow-red card 90'
MF 27 Moldova Serghei Covalciuc Substituted off 86'
FW 10 Russia Roman Pavlyuchenko
Substitutes:
GK 1 Russia Dmitri Khomich
DF 35 Russia Sergei Kabanov
MF 8 Russia Dmitri Alenichev
MF 14 Russia Dmitri Torbinski
MF 25 Ukraine Maksym Kalynychenko Substituted in 80'
FW 18 Serbia Mihajlo Pjanović
MF 19 Argentina Fernando Cavenaghi Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Latvia Aleksandrs Starkovs


Assistant referees:
Russia Vladimir Yenyutin
Russia Vladimir Bobyk
Fourth official:
Russia Igor Zakharov

Spartak Moscow:
GK 35 Russia Igor Akinfeev
DF 4 Russia Sergei Ignashevich (c) Yellow card 90+'
DF 6 Russia Aleksei Berezutski Yellow card 40' Yellow-red card 89'
DF 15 Nigeria Chidi Odiah Yellow card 90'
DF 24 Russia Vasili Berezutski
MF 10 Brazil Substituted off 88'
MF 18 Russia Yuri Zhirkov
MF 22 Russia Evgeni Aldonin
MF 25 Bosnia and Herzegovina Elvir Rahimić Yellow card 45'
FW 7 Brazil Daniel Carvalho Substituted off 61'
FW 11 Brazil Vágner Love Substituted off 61'
Substitutes:
GK 77 Russia Vladimir Gabulov
DF 2 Lithuania Deividas Šemberas
MF 8 Russia Rolan Gusev
MF 17 Serbia Miloš Krasić Substituted in 61'
MF 20 Brazil Dudu Cearense Substituted in 88'
MF 37 Russia Kirill Kochubei
FW 9 Croatia Ivica Olić Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Russia Valery Gazzaev

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Dudu Cearense

Alexandro Silva de Sousa (born 15 April 1983 in Fortaleza, Ceará), known as Dudu Cearense or simply Dudu, is a Brazilian footballer who last played for Botafogo.

He is known for his passing, aerial ability and tackling. He is a central midfielder who usually plays either in a holding midfield role or as a box-to-box midfielder. Despite often being used in a defensive position he is mainly an attacking player. He has been capped for the Brazilian national team.

Ivica Olić

Ivica Olić (pronounced [îʋitsa ǒːlitɕ]; born 14 September 1979) is a retired Croatian professional footballer who is currently working as an assistant manager of Croatia. During his career, he played for German Bundesliga clubs such as Hamburger SV, VfL Wolfsburg, and Bayern Munich and also for the Croatia national team. Olić primarily played as a striker but could also operate as a winger. He has been described as a relentless pursuer of the ball and possessing "power and a decent bit of pace with him". Former Croatia manager Slaven Bilić described him as a typical "match-winner" and "king of important matches" due to his ability to score in important matches against big opponents.Named the Croatian Footballer of the Year in 2009 and 2010, Olić appeared with Bayern Munich in two UEFA Champions League finals in 2010 and 2012. He represented his country in three FIFA World Cups – in 2002, 2006 and 2014 – and two UEFA European Championships – in 2004 and 2008 – earning his 100th cap on 16 November 2014, before retiring from international football in 2015.

Rolan Gusev

Rolan Aleksandrovich Gusev (Russian: Ролан Александрович Гусев; born 17 September 1977 in Ashgabat) is a former Russian football midfielder.

Valery Gazzaev

Valery Georgiyevich Gazzaev (Russian: Вале́рий Гео́ргиевич Газза́ев; Ossetian: Гæззаты Георгийы фырт Валери, translit. Gæzzaty Georgijy fyrt Valeri; born 7 August 1954) is a Russian politician, football manager and former footballer of Ossetian descent who was recently the president and manager of FC Alania Vladikavkaz before the club withdrew from the league. As a Soviet footballer he played the position of a striker enjoying successes with his team FC Dynamo Moscow as well as the USSR national football team in the Olympics.

Gazzaev became a coach in 1989. He was most successful when he was in charge in CSKA Moscow from 2004 to 2008. There Gazzaev won every possible Russian title three times each, as well as the 2005 UEFA Cup. He is considered one of the best football coaches to have emerged from the former Soviet Union because of these achievements.

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