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    вничью

    Hi there,

    I was reading a sports article the other day where I came across something along the following lines:
    "...матч завершился вничью..."

    Is it possible to say "...завершился ничьей..."?

    What's the difference, in particular?

    The match ended in a draw vs. The match ended with a draw? Same meaning, different wording?
    As far as the content goes, I don't see a difference here.

    It's the instrumental case in one case, and a "word" in another.

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    AFAIK it's only grammar difference, no difference in meaning

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    No diference. "вничью" is an adverb. The match ended "drawly" (if that makes sense in English).
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Aight, thx for clarification!

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