June 30, 2021 || 5:45 pm

Ukraine 2: 1 Sweden Ukraine in the last eight with a last minute goal in a dramatic match

At first let’s see Ukraine versus Sweden football match highlight…

Sweden-Ukraine match. If you haven’t seen the game by looking at the names of the two teams then you’re cheating. The last match of the second round in Glasgow gave the gift of a great football fight. Attack-counter-attack, goal-counter-goal, sometimes goalkeeper, sometimes post-interruption, red card, extra-time goal-scoring at the end of extra-time matches ক Hampden Park visitors have seen what it means to have exciting football.

 

Knockout episode match. One team has to win, the other team has to say goodbye. Ukraine reached the quarter finals by winning that match 2–1. Andrei Shevchenko’s side will play England in the last eight on July 3 in Rome.

The match ended in a 1–1 draw in the allotted 90 minutes. Sweden, playing with 10 men in the last 22 minutes of extra time, took the match to a tiebreaker. But the defeat of the Swedes in the added time after 120 minutes.Ukraine substitute Artem Dovbic Jinchenko’s superb cross from two Swedish defenders headed in a goal to take the team to the last eight.

 

Sweden defender Marcus Danielson was shown a red card for a foul on Ukrainian forward Artem Besedin in the eighth minute of extra time. The referee changes the decision with the help of the video assistant referee or VAR even if he is shown a yellow card at first.

Despite playing with 10 people, Sweden almost took the match in a tiebreaker. But it did not happen. Jinchenko’s remarkable cross and Dovbik’s head tiebreak didn’t let the lottery happen.

 

The first two goals of the match were scored in the first half. Ukraine scored the first goal in the 27th minute. Ukraine captain Andrei Yarmolenko got a great cross from the right side to the left end of the penalty box to Oleksandr Jinchenko. The Swedish goalkeeper could not save the goal even after putting his hand in the half volley of the left foot of the Manchester City midfielder.

 

Sweden equalized in the 43rd minute. Emil Forsberg suddenly got his fourth goal of the tournament. The Swedish winger got the ball just below the Ukrainian box. Forsberg took a shot from 25 yards out. Ukrainian defender Ilya Jabarni changed his course and entered the net.

 

The first goal of the match could have been in 11 minutes. Swedish goalkeeper Robin Olsen did not allow it. Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk played one-two to make room in the box. Olsen blocked Yaremchuk’s powerful shot with great speed.

 

The ball hit the post twice in one minute in the second half. Serhi Sidorchuk got the ball from Yarmolenko in the 55th minute and took the shot. Olsen is defeated but takes the post. In the counter-attack, Forsberg almost got the second goal. Alexander Isaac passed to Forsberg, beating two or three Ukrainian defenders. Forsberg went inside and took a shot. The ball hits the bottom of the post on the right and goes out.

 

Ten minutes later, goalkeeper Giorgi Bushchan became the savior of Ukraine. Bushchan saved Dayan Kulusevsky’s shot. Right after the moment the ball in the counter-attack in the Swedish penalty box. Olsen did not allow Yarmolenko to score this time. Forsberg almost scored again in the 69th minute. This time the bar became an obstacle.

The fate of Sweden was probably written then. Once the goal is scored, the match does not go in extra time.

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