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Sergei Ignashevich

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Born
1979 (42 years old)

Birth Place
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union

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Defender

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Weight
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Soccer

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Sergei Nikolayevich Ignashevich (Russian: Сергей Николаевич Игнашевич, IPA: ; born 14 July 1979) is a Russian former footballer who played as a central defender.

He has also played for Lokomotiv Moscow in his career, and has won Russian Premier League titles for both clubs, as well as the 2005 UEFA Cup Final with CSKA. Ignashevich is often considered one of the highest skilled defenders in the Russian Premier League while playing alongside fellow Russian international defenders and twin brothers Aleksei and Vasili Berezutskiy.

He made his international debut for Russia in 2002, and was selected in their squads for two European Championships and two FIFA World Cups, helping them to the semi-finals of Euro 2008, earning his 100th cap at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and as part of the host team reached the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. On 8 September 2015, he made his 110th international appearance and became the most capped player in Russia's team history, overtaking Viktor Onopko. On 17 November 2015, he made his 114th appearance, making him the most capped Russian player for any national team (again, overtaking Onopko who played 4 additional games for CIS).

On 2 April 2017, he played his 457th game in the Russian Premier League, setting a new record for most games played in the competition and overtaking the previous record holder Sergei Semak. As of 10 December 2017, his record stands at 479 games.


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2015-2016

CSKA Moscow


2013-2014

CSKA Moscow


2012-2013

CSKA Moscow


2006

CSKA Moscow


2005

CSKA Moscow


2004-2005

CSKA Moscow


2002

Lok. Moscow

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2000-2003

2003-2018

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