Artem Dzyuba will remain in Moscow and train individually

An announcement from the Russian national team's medical staff.
Artem Dzyuba will remain in Moscow and train individually
Artem Dzyuba will remain in Moscow to receive treatment on a knee joint injury that the player had previously had issues with and aggravated in yesterday’s game with CSKA. 

Dzyuba will remain at Team Russia's training complex and train with an individual programme under the supervision of rehabilitation coach Igor Stepanov, who worked with Alan Dzagoev at the World Cup. If and when the injury is dealt with Dzyuba will join up with the team. 

The Russian national team will play a friendly with Germany in November and will then play in the UEFA National League against Sweden.