Kazakhstan player Ruslan Valiullin who scored brave against Ukraine fails UEFA doping test

Kazakhstan player Ruslan Valiullin fails a drug test for a pattern he supplied UEFA after a Europa Conference sport earlier than he went away on worldwide obligation to attain two targets throughout a 2-2 draw with Ukraine

  • Ruslan Valiullin examined optimistic for pattern he gave after a Conference League tie
  • The test was performed on August 12 with the consequence introduced final week
  • In that point he went away with Kazakhstan and scored a brace against Ukraine   

A player for Kazakhstan who scored twice in a World Cup qualifying sport final week has failed a drug test, his membership revealed on Thursday.

Left-back Ruslan Valiullin examined optimistic in a pattern he gave for UEFA after a Europa Conference League sport for Tobol Kostanay on August 12 however wasn’t notified of the consequence till September 2, the membership stated.

By that point, Valiullin was with the Kazakhstan nationwide workforce and had scored each targets in a 2-2 draw with Ukraine the day earlier than. He wasn’t within the squad for the workforce’s subsequent matches against Finland and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Ruslan Valiullin has failed a doping test for a pattern he supplied UEFA again in August

Before the results were announced Valiullin (left) scored two goals against Ukraine

Before the outcomes had been introduced Valiullin (left) scored two targets against Ukraine

‘An inside investigation is at present beneath means with the purpose of figuring out how banned substances might have entered the player’s blood,’ Tobol stated in a press release.

Kazakhstan Football Federation basic secretary Azamat Aitkhozhin advised Russian information company RIA Novosti that Valiullin believed his optimistic test was the results of ‘some nutritional vitamins’ he had been taking.

One doping case in a workforce’s squad is just not sufficient for a consequence to be overturned beneath UEFA guidelines.


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