(Highlights) Live football Euro 2020 Round of 16 Sweden v Ukraine

Artem Dovebic headed the winning goal in the 120th minute of extra-time as Ukraine defeated Sweden 2-1 in extra time to advance to the quarter-finals against England.

The Euro 2020 round of 16 at Hampden Park, Scotland, “Viking” Sweden, meet “Ukraine” to play at 2:00 AM.

The game started 10 minutes ago, both teams took turns creating an offensive game. to hope to score a goal But there is no team that has the rhythm to score up the lead Both teams are still tied 0-0.

In the 11th minute, Roman Yaremchuk competes with Andre Yarmolenko before the ball comes into the way, Roman Yaremchuk has a shot in the penalty area. The ball flew into the frame, but it was Robin Olsen who brushed the ball out.

In the 19th minute, Dejan Kulusevski hits with Alexander Izak before getting the ball into the penalty area. Then decided to shoot with the right, but the curve ball fell behind the post.

Later in the 27th minute Andrei Yarmolenko got the ball on the right side. before passing the ball across the shore Oleksandr Zinchenko’s shot past Robin Olsen’s hands gave Ukraine a 1-0 lead over Sweden.

In the 43rd minute, Alexander Izak, who passes the ball to Emil Forsberg, has a shot from the front of the penalty area to deflect the Ukrainian defense before changing the goal to help Sweden equalize with Ukraine. 1-1

For the remainder of the period after that no additional team can score. The first half ends, Sweden drew with Ukraine 1-1.

The second half started in the 54th minute. Sebastian Larsson got the ball in front of the penalty area. before getting a shot at a distance But the ball fell out of the pole like a win

Three minutes later, Alexander Isaac gave the ball to Emile Forsberg, but the ball hit the post before going behind him.

In the 69th minute, it was still Sweden who went ahead as Emile Forsberg got the ball on the left side. and then cut into the middle and then made a shot with the right But the ball crashed into the beam

For the remainder of that period no team can score additional goals. The match ended, Sweden drew 1-1 with Ukraine, 30 minutes of extra time was required.

Starting extra time in the 99th minute, Markus Danielson hit the ball hard on Artem Besedin, the referee gave a yellow card at first. before VAR will inform later This caused the referee to give a red card to send Marcus Danielson off the field, leaving Sweden with 10 players.

The first 15 minutes of extra-time ended with both teams still tied at 1-1.

120+1 minute: Oleksandr Zinchenko opened the ball for Artem Dovbic to head the ball in to help Ukraine lead Sweden 2-1.

At the end of the match, Ukraine defeated Sweden 2-1 to advance to the quarter-finals to meet with England.

List of players for both teams

Sweden (4-4-2) : Robin Olsen ; Mikael Lustic (Emil Krafth, 83), Victor Lindelof, Marcus Danielson, Ludwig Augustinsson (Pierre Bengtsson p.83); Sebastian Larsson (Victor Cresson 97), Christopher Olsson (Philip Helander 101), Albin Eckda L, Emile Forsberg ; Dejan Kulusevski (Robin Kwaison 97), Alexander Izak (Marcus Berg 97)

Ukraine (4-3-3) : Georgie Bushchan ; Oleksandr Karavayev, Eliya Zabarnyi, Sergey Kryftsov, Mikola Matviyenko ; Sergei Sidorchuk, Taras Stefanenko (Yevhen Makarenko, 94), Oleksandr Zinchenko ; Mikola Chaparenko (Ruslan Malinovsky, 61), Andrei Yarmolenko (Artem Dovbic, 116); Roman Yaremchuk (Artem Besedin, n. 91) (Victor Tsikankov, n. 102)

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