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A planned mass fight between Russian & Polish hooligans was foiled by police yesterday. More than 70 Russians were arrested.From @AshleyWGray on Twitter:
Russia winger Marat Izmailov admitted there were "a million reasons" for his side's defeat to Greece and subsequent elimination from Euro 2012, but that the country needed time to digest the result.
I'm not going to rub salt into the wound. Of course it's a serious blow. We need time to digest it properly. At the moment you could look for a million reasons - and find them. I'll just say - that's football. Such moments happen in life, and they have already happened with this team. We just need to survive this moment in as dignified manner as possible.
Russia coach Dick Advocaat was generous both in his praise of opponents Greece and his assessment of his own team after the 1-0 defeat to the Greeks in Warsaw.
– Dick Advocaat
We played quite well, we tried to go forward, but our opponents defended well. I think we weren't bad at all in the first half. You have to give credit to Greece - it was very hard to play against them in the second half.
Russia team (vs Greece): Malafeev, Aniukov, Berezutsky, Ignashevich, Zhirkov Shirokov, Denisov, Glushakov, Dzagoev, Kerzhakov, ArshavinFrom @MirrorFootball on Twitter:
Greece: Sifakis, Torosidis, Papastathopoulos Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Tzavelas, Katsouranis, Maniatis Salpingidis, Karagounis, Samaras, GekasFrom @MirrorFootball on Twitter:
At least 20 touts openly selling tickets outside Warsaw stadium by accreditation centre. Police too worried about Russian hoolies to careFrom @WorldSoccerEd on Twitter: