Luis Suarez got his second goal in the same number of World cup recreations as Uruguay anchored top spot in Group A with an agreeable 3-0 triumph over hosts Russia, who had Igor Smolnikov sent off.
Russia’s noteworthy movement to the last 16 has given one of the competition’s significant amazements up until this point, however Stanislav Cherchesov’s side were conveyed down to earth in a sweltering Samara.
In a quick begin, Uruguay were ahead inside 10 minutes as Suarez, who scored the victor against Saudi Arabia on matchday two, found the net with a pinpoint free-kick.
Denis Cheryshev’s own goal intensified Russia’s wretchedness 13 minutes after the fact, with Smolnikov’s expulsion – for a second yellow card issued after a foul on Edinson Cavani before half time – everything except completion any desires for a rebound.
Russia indicated more noteworthy strength after the interim, with Artem Dzyuba squandering a shot for a comfort, however the harm was at that point done when Cavani got his first goal of the competition in the 90th moment.