Football: CSKA Moscow win Russian Cup after penalty shoot-out, secure double

MOSCOW (AFP) - Ten-man CSKA Moscow clinched the domestic double on Saturday with a 4-3 penalty shoot-out win against Anzhi Makhachkala after the Russian Cup final at the Akhmat-Arena in Grozny ended in a 1-1 draw.

Nigerian forward Ahmed Musa gave CSKA an early lead, only for French international midfielder Lassana Diarra to pull Anzhi level in the 74th minute.

With no further scoring in the 90 minutes or in extra time, the final was decided on penalties, Seydou Doumbia scoring the decisive kick for the club from the capital.

It is the seventh time CSKA have won the Cup since the fall of the Soviet Union.