June 29, 2021 – 23:38
Ukraine has scored a 2-1 victory over Sweden, advancing to the quarterfinals.
The last match of the 1/8 at Euro 2020 turned out to be interesting, with both teams attacking.
The Ukrainians had their first chance in the match with Andriy Yarmolenko, but that goalkeeper was in place.
Alexander Isak risked for Sweden in the 19th minute, but even where he was not accurate.
In the 28th minute came the goal. Yarmolenko assisted in the area for Oleksandar Zinchenko, who shoots hard and scores for 1-0.
Sweden was released to find the equalizer and created two good chances.
In the 43rd minute it was Emil Forsberg who with a beautiful shot scored for 1-1.
The second half was very promising as it started furiously with two good chances for both teams from one.
In the 55th minute, Sergiy Sydorchuk, had a good chance, but his shot hit the post.
Immediately after a minute, Emil Forsber shoots beautifully on a counterattack but the ball again stops at the post.
Again Forsberg had a chance in the 69th minute, but his shot went high over the goal.
Dajan Kulusevski also had a good chance to close the match, but he was late to shoot and the ball was blocked by the defense.
The teams went on to look for the winner.
Sweden from the 98th minute was left with 10 players after Marcus Danielson was sent off.
Only a good chance was in 30 minutes, that of the 120 + 1 minute, where Artem Dovbyk shot with his head to score for 2-1.
Ukraine got a big victory by going to the quarterfinals, where it will meet England.