Russia midfielder Kokorin out of Euro 2012

Russia coach Dick Advocaat says midfielder Aleksandr Kokorin has

injured a hamstring and will miss the rest of the European

Championship.

The 21-year-old Dynamo Moscow player picked up the injury in

training Thursday and sat in a tracksuit watching the other players

train on Friday.

Kokorin played for just six minutes at Euro 2012. He came on as

a late substitute for Alan Dzagoev in Russia’s 4-1 defeat of the

Czech Republic in their opening Group A match in Wroclaw.

Advocaat also said that veteran midfielder Konstantin Zyryanov

was unwell Friday. It was unclear if he would be fit for Saturday’s

decisive group match against Greece.