Stoppila Sunzu scores as Ural hold Arsenal Tula

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The Zambian got his side’s curtain raiser but they were punished by two late strikes from the visitors on Monday

Zambia international Stoppila Sunzu found the back of the net as Arsenal Tula were held to a 2-2 draw by Ural in a Russian Premier League on Monday.

The 28-year-old who is on loan from Lille drew in the first blood in the sixth minute, while Ilya Maksimov doubled the lead four minutes later.

However, their two-goal lead was cut short in the 43rd-minute courtesy Eric Bicfalvi. And in the 69th minute, Aleksey Evseev levelled scores to hand Ural a vital away point.

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Sunzu was on from start to finish for Miodrag Bozovic’s men who sit in the relegation waters with four points from six games.

They travel to face sixth placed FK Akhmat in their next outing on August 21.


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