Ball – In war, Ukraine beats Scotland and gets closer to Qatar (World Cup 2022)

Ukraine beat Scotland 3-1 in the 2022 World Cup play-off semi-finals. A special match, the first official match of the Eastern Division since the invasion of Russia on February 24, 2022.

Things even got off to a good start for the Ukrainian, with Yarmolenko (33′) opening the scoring with a fine hat in the first half. In the second half it was Yaremchuk’s turn (49′) – the Benfica striker was the starter – to extend the lead with a superb header.

When everything seemed to be heading in the direction of the Ukrainian party, McGregor took advantage of Bushshant’s defeat and reduced to Scotland to create some uncertainty. However, in the last minute of extra time, it was rookie Dovbyk (90+5′) to end the game.

With this result, Ukraine will advance to the play-off final against Wales scheduled for this Sunday. Whoever wins will join Iran, England and the United States in Group B of the 2022 World Cup.

Check out the main events here:

21.40 hours: Game over!Ukraine (3-1) beat Scotland to reach play-off final

90+5′: Ukraine scores! Dovebeek looked isolated in the area and scored his third goal against Scotland. look here

90+3′: Alternative to Ukraine.Stepanenko gives way to Sidorcuk

90′: Will play another four minutes.

79′: Scots score! Callum McGregor had a shot and Bushchan let the ball slip through his hands. Ukraine goalkeeper error. look here

78′: Changes in Ukraine. The two scorers were substituted. Yaremchuk and Yarmolenko gave way to Dovbyk and Zubkov.

76′: The dangers surrounding the Ukrainian target again. Adams (Scotland) sees the goalkeeper make a save and McGinn hits.

72′: Changes in Ukraine. Tsygankov and Malinovskyi replaced Mudryk and Shaparenko.

71′: Tsyngakov (Ukraine) is saved by the Scotland goalkeeper.

68′: Double substitution for Scotland. Billy Gilmore and Liam Cooper were replaced by Stuart Armstrong and Jack Hendry.

67′: Danger in Scotland. Bushschan missed McTominay’s cross and McGinn headed wide on the rebound.

57′: Yarmolenko (Ukraine) sprints into the box but no one manages to deflect.

55′: Scotland is too dangerous. Bushschan (Ukraine) was slow in possession and McGregor sliced ​​the ball behind the goal.

49′: Ukraine scores! After Karavayev crosses in from the right, Yaremchuk headers over Gordon (Scotland). look here

20.49 hours: Part two begins!

Replaced in Scotland. Lyndon Dyke did not return from the locker room and was replaced by Ryan Christie.

20.33 hours: Rest! Ukraine beat Scotland 1-0.

45′: Lydon Dykes (Scotland) is shown a yellow card. He hit Stepanenko with his elbow.

33′: Ukraine scores! Yarmolenko was thrown into the back line and made a hat to Craig Gordon. The first goal was scored. View bids here

twenty four’: Scotland is showing the first signs of danger. McGregor made a low cross, but McGinn shot high.

20′: Karavaev(Ukraine) makes a low cross,Yaremchuk misses the target.

20′: Another chance for Ukraine, but Gordon (Scotland) is ahead of Yaremchuk.

17′: Robertson (Scotland) takes the corner on the left. Hanley appeared on a distant pillar and walked over there.

16′: Gordon (Scotland) makes another save. Yarmolenko (Ukraine) grabs the rebound in the box and makes two free throws for the Scotland goalkeeper.

11′: Malinovsky (Ukraine) booked

8′: Great save by Gordon (Scotland)! Shot from Tsygankov (Scotland) from the centre of the box is blocked.

5′: Yaremchuk (Ukraine) is shown a yellow card. The Benfica striker made a reckless tackle on Gilmour.

19.46 hours: The race begins!

19.45 hours: The team was on the field, and Ukrainian players entered the field carrying the flag. The moment when Ukraine sang the national anthem was an emotional one. look here

19.30 hours: The eleven chosen by each coach are well known, with the emphasis on Yaremchik (Benfica), the starter of the Ukrainian attack.

Ukraine: Bushshan; Karavayev, Zabarny, Matviyenko, Mikorenko; Stepanenko, Malinovsky, Zinchenko; Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk and Tsigankov.

Substitute: Pyatov, Riznyk, Sobol, Bondar, Syrota, Sydorchuk, Shaparenko, Dovbyk, Mudryk, Pikhalonok, Kacharaba and Zubkov.

Scotland: Gordon; Aaron Hickey, McTominay, Hanley, Cooper, Robertson; Gilmore, McGregor, McGinn; Che Adams and Dax.

Substitute: Marshall, Kelly, O’Donnell, Sutar, Christie, Hendry, McKenna, Armstrong, Stewart, Brown, Ferguson and Taylor.

Emotional games in Ukraine. For the first time since the invasion of Russia, the country will take part in official football matches and will soon have an impact on the 2022 World Cup.

Against Scotland, Ukraine will secure a place in the play-off final against Wales scheduled for June 5. Whoever wins goes into Group B of the 2022 World Cup, and it is already known that England, Iran and the United States will face them.


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