Spartak Moscow took advantage in the first leg match play-off of UEFA Champions League and defeated Turkish side Fenerbahce 2-1. During the first 45 minutes neither team risked for fear of conceding a goal to complicate the game back and the first half ended with a goalless draw on the scoreboard. In the second half, the home side took the lead and the first goal of the game came in the 59th minute by the Nigerian Emmanuel Emineke. 's joy did not last long the home team as six minutes after opening the scoring, Dutchman Dirk Kuyt scored the tying goal. Kombarov, in the 69th minute made ​​it 2-1 on the scoreboard definitive and leaves open the tie for the second leg which be played on August 29 in the field of Fenerbahce.
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