Russian Dzagoev Injured In World Cup First Match
Dzagoev went down after chasing the ball in the build-up of a counter attack.
He was listed alongside Golovin as one of the players who could determine how far Russia would go in the tournament.
The CSKA Moscow midfielder went down clutching his left leg. He was attended to by the medical team before being replaced by Denis Cheryshev.
The host nation went a goal ahead in the 12th minute when Zury Gazinsky headed home Aleksandr Golovin.