Euro 2021: Sweden vs Ukraine, Euro 2020 LIVE: Final score, goals and reactions
Hhello and welcome to our Euro 2020 live blog for the shock of this Tuesday evening between Sweden and Ukraine at Hampden Park. This last-16 game is set to be good, with the winner set to face England in Rome on July 3. In our live blog, we’ll bring you a content preview, team news, and minute-by-minute updates of the game. too much.
Sweden vs Ukraine FINAL SCORE: 1-2
This is the start of our Sweden vs Ukraine live blog, with subsequent updates and with the most recent entries closest to the top. So, follow us as we enjoy this Euro 2020 round of 16 match!
Star of the match
FULL TIME: Sweden 1-2 Ukraine
Ukraine managed to find a last-minute winner thanks to Dovbyk after 120 minutes of action. It’s a tough end for Sweden, but Zinchenko’s magic was enough for Shevchenko’s Ukraine, who will face England in Rome in the quarter-finals.
Minute 30 + 1: GOAL FOR UKRAINE!
Artem Dovbyk broke the hearts of Sweden after leading a magnificent Zinchenko cross home from the left. That should be it here in Hampden Park. Sweden 1-2 Ukraine.
Minute 27: Malinovskii’s shot misses
The ball was handed to Malinovskyi for an acrobatic left-footed shot at goal, but it went far from Olsen’s goal.
Minute 22: Ukraine finds a second wind
Taking advantage of a man’s advantage, Ukraine are the team looking fresher as they set off in search of what would be a crucial overtime goal.
Minute 16: The second half is underway
We’re in the last 15 minutes here at Hampden Park. Let’s see if either team can bring up a hero, otherwise we’re headed for penalties.
HALF TIME: Sweden 1-1 Ukraine
It remains 1-1 at the end of the first period of extra time, no opportunity having been created in these 15 minutes. The main news is that Sweden are now down to 10 men after Danielson’s red card.
Minute 15 + 4: Players everywhere
Yarmolenko is the latest Ukrainian player to fall due to a potential injury, but he also looks capable of carrying on.
Minute 15 + 3: Forsberg skis his shot
Sweden attempted a long throw into the box and the ball eventually reached Forsberg, their fit man, but he skied the shot by pivoting. Serhiy Kryvtsov suffered from an ankle problem, but he seems to be doing well.
Minute 15: Krafth is on the bridge
Zinchenko’s cross from the left touched the head of Swedish right-back Emil Krafth, who fell to the ground and looked a bit dazed. He is, however, able to continue.
Minute 12: Ukraine keeps possession but does not threaten
Ukraine turn the ball around, trying to capitalize on their power play, but they are still unable to break that Swedish defense.
Minute 8: Red card for Danielson
Marcus Danielson’s follow-up clearance caught Artem Besyedin and, with his leg making poor contact, he received a straightforward red card. Sweden is reduced to 10 men, while Besyedin limped.
Minute 1 (overtime): We are leaving!
We still have 30 minutes here at Hampden Park and, if we don’t have goals, we’ll go on penalties.
FULL TIME: Sweden 1-1 Ukraine
The last 20 minutes of this game were incredibly boring as neither Sweden nor Ukraine wanted to lose the game. The woodwork was hit three times over the next 45 seconds, so hopefully we’ll see something more similar to that in extra time.
Minute 87: Still no chance
The game has dried up in terms of chances, with things becoming increasingly wary as the 90th minute approaches.
Minute 79: Tense end of the match
The woodwork has been hit three times in this second half, with both goals coming in the opening 45 minutes, but fatigue seems to set in for both groups of players, with sloppy mistakes making things a bit strained .
Minute 69: Forsberg hits the crossbar!
Lindelof advanced from the center-back, then chose Forsberg, who entered from the left before guiding a shot to the upper corner that hit the crossbar and came back. This is the third time in this game that the woodwork has been touched.
Minute 67: Olsen comfortably saves Yarmolenko’s shot
Yarmolenko couldn’t open his body enough to really test Olsen, but Ukraine counterattacked well there.
Minute 66: Kulusevski tests Bushchan
Kulusevski entered on his left foot and his curling effort forced Bushchan to make a good save.
Minute 61: Malinovsky enters for Ukraine
Mykola Shaparenko was taken to Ukraine, with Ruslan Malinovskyi in her place.
Minute 56: Sweden hits the post!
Isak picked Forsberg after a good Swedish counterattack, but the No.10’s shot hit the foot of the post and went behind. What minutes!
Minute 55: Ukraine hits the post!
There were no clear chances in the first half of the second half, but Karavayev charged forward before finding Yarmolenko, who laid Sydorchuk off and his effort hit the outside of the post.
Minute 46: We’re heading back to Hampden Park!
Sweden kicked off in the second half. Will we see a winner in this second half? Stay with us for updates from Sweden vs Ukraine.
HALF TIME: Sweden 1-1 Ukraine
Zinchenko opened the scoring after 27 minutes, but his strike was canceled by Forsberg just before the half-time break. It took a while for the game to start, but things have opened up a bit now. Yarmolenko looked good in those first 45 minutes.
Minute 43: GOAL FOR SWEDEN!
Emil Forsberg tried his luck from a distance and his deflected shot passed Bushchan, who had no luck. Sweden is coming back. Sweden 1 – 1 Ukraine.
Minute 41: Sweden claims a penalty
Kulusevski was calling for a penalty for Sweden after hitting Matviyenko inside the box, but the referee decided not to designate the point. It seems like the right decision.
Minute 37: Yarmolenko looks in the mood
Most of what Ukraine does well comes from Yarmolenko’s boots. Ukraine is in the lead.
Minute 29: Larsson gets closer
Sebastian Larsson almost caught Georgiy Bushchan with a clever free kick, but the Ukrainian keeper managed to get there and turn him for a corner. A letting go for Ukraine.
Minute 27: GOAL FOR UKRAINE!
Yarmolenko’s cross with the outside of his left foot found Zinchenko alone on the other side of the box, and he was right on firing a powerful shot for the first time that was too difficult for Robin to stop. Olsen. Sweden 0-1 Ukraine.
Minute 19: Isak gets closer
The ball made its way to Alex Isak just inside the box, but his curling effort went right next to the Ukrainian goal.
Minute 14: Ukraine on the way to becoming
Sweden started the game on the front foot, but Ukraine started to look a little more confident and hit the ball with determination.
Minute 7: First chance of the match
Sweden had the first chance to open the scoring, as Dejan Kulusevski’s effort was well blocked.
KICK-OFF: Ukraine kicks off!
The second game of the last 16 of the day has just started. Remember that the winner of Sweden against Ukraine will face England in the last eight. Here we are!
8:40 p.m. CEST: The XI are here
Sweden boss Janne Andersson made a change from the eleven who beat Poland 3-2, Dejan Kulusevski replacing Robin Quaison.
Andriy Shevchenko, meanwhile, made two changes to the squad that lost 1-0 to Austria in the last group stage game, with Vitaliy Mykolenko and Ruslan Malinovskyi being taken out in favor of Serhiy Kryvtsov and Taras. Stepanenko.