... while Russians lament failure to kill off boys in green
"With all due respect to him (Richard Dunne) and the rest of the Irish team -- it's our fault not theirs.
"We always knew that the Irish fight from start to finish. But today everything was in our hands.
"I think we played much better than in Dublin," Dick Advocaat.
Russia's qualification for Poland-Ukraine postponed for a month.
Russia's fate now depends on match with Slovakia on October 7.
The Russian team cannot find the net against Irish.
Russia were very unlucky not to score from a dozen clear-cut opportunities but despite the nil-all draw, our chances of topping the group have improved.
Irish Team show spirit of resistance
The Russian team fails to win key match in Euro 2012 qualification.
"A draw with Ireland is not a tragedy for us," former Russian international and current coach of Aiden McGeady's Spartak Moscow, Dmitri Alenichev said.
"We must win in Slovakia now, nothing less will do," is how Russian captain Andrei Arshavin reacted to the game's result.
"It's disappointing to draw a game we should have won but it's not a tragedy, we move on to October."
"Without goals and wins we won't be going to the Euro finals," was Arshavin's comment to the Russian newspaper.
"We are going to the Euro 2012 finals," Russian FA President Sergei Fursenko told the media after the game.
Reacting to Slovakia's shock 4-0 defeat at home to Armenia, Slovakia's Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel said: "We didn't take our chances in the first half and got punished."