Yekaterinburg – Iranian left back Milad Mohammadi featured the full ninety minutes for Terek Grozny in an impressive victory over home side FC Ural on 30 October.
The home side got off to the better start when Georgian forward Giorgi Chanturia gave Ural a 1-0 lead from the penalty spot in the 10th minute.
Ural nearly took their lead into the locker room but Albanian forward Bekim Balaj scored in the 43rd minute to level the score at 1-1.
Terek Grozny clearly had the momentum going into the interval and Balaj added his second of the match eleven minutes into the second half to give Terek a 2-1 lead.
Three minutes later things went from bad to worse when an own-goal from Serbian defender Domink Dinga gave Terek Grozny a 3-1 lead.
Second half substitute Ablaye Mbengue put on the finishing touches in the 90th minute to give Grozny a 4-1 win. Ironically, the Senegalese forward came on for Bekim Balaj seven minutes earlier.
Terek Grozny are currently fourth in the Russian Premier League with twenty-one points and only trail CSKA Moscow on goal difference.
A home fixture against Zenit St. Petersburg awaits Terek Grozny on 6 November.