A Russian ice hockey player Saveli Kononov, was given a fresh out of the box new AK-47 rifle as man of the match prize after his group’s triumph over Chelmet in the second-level VHL.
The Izhstal Izhevsk goalkeeper halted 36 of the 38 shots he looked during the match and photographs shared online uncovered he was content with the blessing which was given over to him in the changing area. .
“Chaps, today we also are presenting a convention,” lead trainer Ramil Saifullin told his group whose house is a city known for creating one of the world’s most conspicuous rifles.
“As we live in an arms fabricating city, the city of the Kalashnikov, each match you will for yourselves name the best player, and the past [recipient] will hand it over to him,” he said welcoming the skipper to name the principal beneficiary.
“Would we be able to fire it?” the chief kidded, before granting it to the goalkeeper Savely Kononov to acclaim from colleagues.
“Congrats on the success, however on the off chance that we play ineffectively we will be shot with it,”.
Kononov said to more adulation and chuckling from players.
“How would we take it to away coordinates?” one inquired.
“We will make sense of it. We will convey a wooden model,” the mentor answered.