Ahmed Musa scored his 10th goal in Russia as CSKA Moscow fought back to salvage a 2-2 draw at home with Moscow city rivals Spartak.
The Nigeria international striker will dedicate Sunday’s goal to his sister, who passed away recently.
Spartak were without Nigerian striker Emmanuel Emenike, who is still out injured since the 2013 AFCON.
CSKA had to come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Ahmed Musa leading his club’s revival with the first goal in the 73rd minute, before Dzagoev scored on the dot of regulation time to end the goal 2-2.
CSKA Moscow still lead the Russia Premier League table with 57 points from 25 games, while Spartak are fifth on the table on 41 points.
“That is football, we wanted to win to extend our lead on the table. We are happy with the point at least it is better than to lose. This game is over, but we will work harder to get victories in the subsequent games,” Musa told MTNFootball.com
In Holland, former Nigeria U20 international Uche Nwofor returned to scoring way as he helped his team VVV Venlo secure a 2-2 draw at home to FC Twente.