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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

CSKA's First Loss Lets Loko Leap Into Lead

CSKA Moscow suffered its first defeat of the season to lose top spot in the Russian Premier League as it went down 3-2 to Saturn RenTV on Saturday.

Saturn sub Andrei Movsesyan scored a dramatic winner with a diving header in the 90th minute after a cross from Moldova international Radu Rebeja.

Former Russia fullback Igor Yanovsky had given CSKA the lead after 20 minutes but Moldova international striker Sergei Rogachev equalized less than a minute later.

CSKA captain Sergei Semak again put his side ahead after an hour only for Pyotr Bystrov to level.

The result ended CSKA's six-game unbeaten streak as last year's runner-up Lokomotiv Moscow moved to the top with a 3-0 win over city rival Dynamo.

It was the first defeat for newly appointed Dynamo coach Viktor Prokopenko as his team was brought down to earth after thrashing lowly Rostselmash Rostov 5-0 six days ago.

Nigerian striker James Obiorah opened the scoring after eight minutes and Ruslan Pimenov added two more either side of halftime.

Pimenov's second, a right-foot volley into the top corner, strengthened his claim for a recall to the Russian team.

Loko goalie Sergei Ovchinnikov, out of the Russia World Cup squad following a spat with team coach Oleg Romantsev, had another strong game with his sixth clean sheet in seven matches.

On Friday, a lucky bounce helped champion Spartak Moscow to a 2-1 win over cross-town rival Torpedo.

A shot by Ukrainian midfielder Eduard Tsykhmeistruk from the edge of the penalty box hit a defender and bounced over sprawling Ukraine international goalkeeper Valery Vorobyov to give third-placed Spartak the points.

But the win proved costly as Spartak's Russian internationals Yury Kovtun and 18-year-old striker Dmitry Sychyov were forced off with injuries.