"We never point fingers. [I need] to look back at the game and learn from it. I need to look back at that moment. I can say something right now, but talk is cheap. I need to rewatch the game and make appropriate changes," Cherchesov said.

He added that he was happy with the way team played and was sure players would perform well at the tournament, while asking the fans to be more positive and supportive.

World Cup hosts Russia were held to a 1-1 draw by Turkey at the VEB Arena in Moscow on Tuesday. Russia midfielder Aleksandr Samedov opened the scoring in the 35th minute, before Turkey midfielder Yunus Malli leveled the score in the 59th minute.

Russia will kick-off the World Cup on June 14 when they take on Saudi Arabia in the opening match at the 81,000-seater Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. The two countries will be joined in Group A by Egypt and Uruguay.