Oleg Shatov sits on injured teammate Artem Dzyuba during the celebrations of Zenit Saint Petersburg's second goal against Dynamo Moscow
(Image: Twitter/Artem Makarevitch)

VIDEO: Zenit players celebrate on top of injured teammate lying in goal

Stricken Artem Dzyuba provides unwitting platform.


Zenit players are something else 😂😂 Dzyuba gets hurt and they go and do this… pic.twitter.com/RMDUIa3Zqd

— Artem Makarevitch (@AMakarevitch) April 24, 2019

Zenit Saint Petersburg players celebrated on and around injured teammate Artem Dzyuba as he lay stricken in the goal during a 2-0 win against Dynamo Moscow.

Having put them ahead on the hour mark, target man Dzyuba played a pivotal role in Zenit’s second goal but ended up hurt in the process.

📺 Oleg Shatov with zero sympathy on that one 😂#ZenitDynamo pic.twitter.com/45RrC9boWe

— FC Zenit in English✨ (@fczenit_en) April 24, 2019

Meeting Emiliano Rigoni’s hanging cross to the far post, Dzyuba headed against the bar while colliding with a combination of goalkeeper and upright.

Strike partner Sardar Amoun tapped in the rebound to send the home fans at the Kirov Stadium into raptures in Wednesday’s Russian Premier League match.

Artem Dzyuba is your G-Drive Man if the Match for #ZenitDynamo 💪 pic.twitter.com/JxnUtZei68

— FC Zenit in English✨ (@fczenit_en) April 25, 2019

As Dzyuba lay reeling on the turf, Rigoni ran up and kicked his backside before Oleg Shatov sat down on him and cheered.

Dzyuba, who scored three goals for Russia at last summer’s World Cup, emerged unscathed and lasted the full ninety minutes.