Main Moscow derby

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Main Moscow Derby
Other names Derby of the East
Locale Moscow
Teams
First meeting 1 June 1922 (1922-06)
Latest meeting CSKA 1 - 2 Spartak (30 april 2017)
Statistics
Most wins Spartak Moskva (67)
Top scorer Vágner Love – 9 goals
Largest victory Spartak 6 – 0 CSKA

The Main Moscow derby is the name of the association football local derby between two Moscow based teams – Spartak Moskva and CSKA Moskva.[1] Both Spartak and CSKA fans (they often call each other "Myaso" (meat) and "Koni" (horses) respectively) have recognized each other as rivals.

History[edit]

The first derby between Spartak and CSKA (at that time teams were called OLLS and MKS) took place on 1 June 1922 in the final of the Absolute Moscow Championship. The OLLS (now - CSKA) won with a score 4:2. This defeat was first to the MKS (now - Spartak). At all, the CSKA won the derby 64 times, the Spartak - 67 times. 36 matches ended in a draw. In every game you can see colourful performances of fans of both teams.

Records[edit]

  • The biggest win of Spartak in the Moscow Championship — 8:0.
  • The biggest win of CSKA in the Moscow Championship — 1:6.
  • The biggest win of Spartak in the Soviet Top League — 0:5.
  • The biggest win of CSKA in the Soviet Top League — 5:1.
  • The biggest win of Spartak in the Russian Premier League — 0:6.
  • The biggest win of CSKA in the Russian Premier League — 1:5, 0:4.
  • The biggest win of Spartak in the Soviet Cup — 4:0.
  • The biggest win of CSKA in the Soviet Cup — 0:3.
  • The biggest win of Spartak in the Russian Cupno.
  • The biggest win of CSKA in the Russian Cup — 3:0.
  • Highest scoring match — 9 goals in a 4:5 Spartak triumph.
  • Highest attendance — 105,000, on 8 June 1959, on 25 July 1960 and on 4 October 1962.
  • On 26 July 2009, there were 70,000 fans in the match; it is the record attendance in the Russian Championship until now.
  • Lowest attendance — 4000, on 24 October 1993.
  • 64 times the Derby took place in the Luzhniki Stadium.
  • The highest goal-scorer in the history of the Derby is Vágner Love, with 9 goals. Sergei Salnikov is second with 7.

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