Ukraine beat Scotland and lead in the final

Ukraine beat Scotland and lead in the final

A place in the final. This duel between Scotland and Ukraine, originally scheduled for last March but postponed for obvious reasons, was to offer the winner a chance to win a ticket to the World Cup against Wales this Sunday. Note that on the Ukrainian side, the championship is at a standstill and so many players have not played for months … Which did not stop them from getting rid of the Tartan Army …

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After a great first half dominated by Oleksandr Petrakov’s troops, the inevitable Yarmolenko was going to shake the nets first, lobbing the Scottish goalkeeper (0-1, 33rd). And on the lawn of Glasgow’s Hampden Park, the Ukrainians were going to double the locker room, with a beautiful header from Yaremchuk, in a true center-forward (0-2, 49th). Callum McGregor narrowed the gap to ten minutes from time, but in overtime, Dovbyk folded the game to a 3-1 victory. That should bring some joy to the Urain people in these difficult times.

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