Hordur Magnusson: I dedicate the goal to my daughter
— It was a massive win for us. I am glad that we could win this game at home for the fans and for the people who could not come to the stadium because of the restrictions. Just want to dedicate the goal to my little daughter who is at home. I am looking forward to bring my family to Moscow.
— That is cute! This is the first defeat for Spartak in this season and PFC CSKA now fights for the big positions. How do you think how far can we go in the championship this season?
— It is always hard to say something about it. When you say something then you need to promise it. We try to win every game. I hope we have started a winning streak. Of course, we want to be at the top, but there were only a few games and there is a long way to go.
— It is your first goal in the season. What can you say about that episode? Is it something you do in the trainings?
— No, the coach just trusts me and he told me to go into the box and try to score. That is what I did today. We do not have many tall players, and the tall ones that we have need to score more from corners, from free kicks. I am happy that I scored today after a corner kick.
— You went back from the international break. How do you feel after the games for Iceland?
— I feel good, I played the first match and I rested in the second. Now I am glad to be in starting XI. When you missed one game with the national team and you come here, you definitely want to play and do your best.
— You like to say that Moscow is red-blue. Can you repeat it once again today for our fans?
— I said it so many times, you can see it even on the microphone, it is in the same colors. Moscow is always red-blue!
- Магнуссон, 30′ (1:1)
- Влашич, 45′ (2:1)
- Эджуке, 90′ (3:1)
- Понсе, 11′ (0:1)
- Карпов, 1′
- Магнуссон, 90′
- Щенников, 90′
- Маслов, 29′
- Айртон, 34′
- Соболев, 58′
- Урунов, 90′