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1987 Soviet Top League

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1987 Soviet Top League

Final standings

No Club GP W D L GF-GA Pts Rpblc Notes
1 Spartak Moscow 30 16 11 3 49-26 42(-1)  Russian SFSR Champions Cup
2 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 30 15 9 6 42-22 39  Ukrainian SSR UEFA Cup
3 Žalgiris Vilnius 30 14 8 8 43-29 36  Lithuanian SSR UEFA Cup
4 Torpedo Moscow 30 12 12 6 35-25 34(-2)  Russian SFSR UEFA Cup
5 Dinamo Minsk 30 12 9 9 33-25 33  Byelorussian SSR UEFA Cup
6 Dynamo Kyiv 30 11 10 9 37-27 32  Ukrainian SSR
7 Shakhtar Donetsk 30 10 10 10 29-31 30  Ukrainian SSR
8 Ararat Erevan 30 13 3 14 32-45 29  Armenian SSR
9 Neftchi Baku 30 9 10 11 33-30 28  Azerbaijan SSR
10 Dinamo Moscow 30 9 11 10 27-30 28(-1)  Russian SFSR
11 Metalist Kharkiv 30 10 7 13 23-32 27  Ukrainian SSR Cup Winners' Cup
12 Kairat Almaty 30 10 6 14 27-38 26  Kazakh SSR
13 Dinamo Tbilisi 30 9 7 14 31-40 25  Georgian SSR
14 Zenit Leningrad 30 7 10 13 25-37 24  Russian SFSR
15 CSKA Moscow 30 7 11 12 26-35 24(-1)  Russian SFSR + Relegated
16 Guria Lanchkhuti 30 5 8 17 18-38 18  Georgian SSR + Relegated
  • 10 draw limited
  • + - Newly promoted

Promotion

Top scorers

18 goals
16 goals
12 goals
10 goals
9 goals
8 goals
  • Ihor Belanov (Dynamo Kyiv)

Medal squads

(league appearances and goals listed in brackets)

1. FC Spartak Moscow

Goalkeepers: Rinat Dasayev (29), Stanislav Cherchesov (2).
Defenders: Vagiz Khidiyatullin (29 / 3), Aleksandr Bubnov (28 / 1), Yuri Susloparov (23), Boris Kuznetsov (19), Almir Kayumov (18), Aleksandr Bokiy (15), Yuri Surov (8).
Midfielders: Fyodor Cherenkov (27 / 12), Viktor Pasulko (26 / 7), Aleksandr Mostovoi (18 / 6), Yevgeni Kuznetsov (17), Aleksei Yeryomenko (11 / 1), Sergei Novikov (9), Babken Melikian (8 / 1), Andrei Mitin (8), Vladimir Kapustin (3).
Forwards: Sergey Rodionov (26 / 12), Valeri Shmarov (26 / 5), Mikheil Meskhi (16 / 1), Oleg Kuzhlev (3), Andrei Rudakov (2), Mikhail Rusyayev (2), Viktor Kolyadko (1).

Manager: Konstantin Beskov.

Transferred out during the season: Aleksei Yeryomenko (to FC Rostselmash Rostov-on-Don), Babken Melikian (to FC Kotayk Abovian), Andrei Rudakov (to FC Torpedo Moscow), Mikhail Rusyayev (to FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Viktor Kolyadko (to FC Terek Grozny).

2. FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk

Goalkeepers: Valeriy Horodov (28), Serhiy Krakovskyi (2).
Defenders: Sergei Bashkirov (30), Ivan Vyshnevskyi (29 / 1), Oleksiy Cherednyk (29), Serhiy Puchkov (20), Oleksandr Sorokalet (17), Volodymyr Gerashchenko (2), Oleksandr Lysenko (2), Oleh Fediukov (1).
Midfielders: Hennadiy Lytovchenko (28 / 6), Vadym Tyshchenko (26 / 3), Anton Shokh (25 / 3), Mykola Kudrytsky (15), Volodymyr Bahmut (10).
Forwards: Oleh Protasov (30 / 18), Oleh Taran (29 / 6), Yevhen Shakhov (28 / 3), Volodymyr Lyutyi (27 / 1), Vasyl Storchak (9 / 1).

Manager: Yevhen Kucherevskyi.

Transferred out during the season: none.

3. FK Žalgiris Vilnius

Goalkeepers: Vaclovas Jurkus (18), Almantas Kalinauskas (13).
Defenders: Vyacheslav Sukristov (29 / 6), Sigitas Jakubauskas (29 / 2), Romas Mažeikis (29), Arvydas Janonis (29), Igoris Pankratjevas (27 / 3), Vladimiras Buzmakovas (23), Robertas Tautkus (9), Arūnas Žėkas (2).
Midfielders: Vidmantas Rasiukas (30 / 1), Valdas Ivanauskas (25 / 7), Algimantas Mackevičius (20 / 2), Virginijus Baltušnikas (4), Viktoras Bridaitis (4), Stasys Tamulevičius (2).
Forwards: Arminas Narbekovas (30 / 16), Stasys Baranauskas (28 / 5), Kęstutis Ruzgys (23 / 1), Gintaras Kviliūnas (5), Gediminas Sugzda (2), Robertas Fridrikas (1).

Manager: Benjaminas Zelkevičius.

Transferred out during the season: none.

References

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