Hit and welcome to our Euro 2020 Live blog for Tuesday night’s clash between Sweden other Ukraine in Hampden Park. This round of 16 match should be good, and the winner will face England in Rome on July 3. On our live blog, we’ll provide you with preview content, team news, and then minute-by-minute updates on the match. also.
Sweden vs Ukraine FINAL SCORE: 1-2
This is the beginning of our Sweden vs Ukraine Live blog, with updates below and with the most recent entries closer to the top. Follow us as we enjoy this round of 16 match of Euro 2020!
FULL TIME: Sweden 1-2 Ukraine
Ukraine managed to find a winner on the last gasp through Dovbyk after 120 minutes of action. It’s a tough road for Sweden to finish, but Zinchenko’s magic was enough for Shevchenko’s Ukraine, who will meet England in Rome in the quarterfinals.
Minute 30 + 1: GOAL FOR UKRAINE!
Artem Dovbyk has broken the hearts of Sweden after coming home with a wonderful cross from Zinchenko from the left. That should be here at Hampden Park. Sweden 1-2 Ukraine.
Minute 27: Malinovskyi’s shot goes wide
The ball was fired for Malinovskyi to attempt a left-handed acrobatic shot at goal, but it was deflected to the left of Olsen’s goal.
Minute 22: Ukraine gets a second breath
Building on their one-man advantage, Ukraine is the team that seems fresher as they go in search of what would be a crucial goal in extra time.
Minute 16: The second part begins
We’re in the last 15 minutes here at Hampden Park. Let’s see if any of the teams can make a hero go up, otherwise we’ll head to penalties.
HALF TIME: Sweden 1-1 Ukraine
It remains 1-1 after the first overtime, without any chances having been created in these 15 minutes. The main news is that Sweden now have 10 men after Danielson’s red card.
Minute 15 + 4: Players down everywhere
Yarmolenko is the latest Ukraine player to go down with a possible injury, but he also seems able to continue.
Minute 15 + 3: Forsberg dodges his shot
Sweden tried a long shot into the box and the ball eventually reached Forsberg, their fit man, but he dodged his shot as he spun. Serhiy Kryvtsov suffered an ankle problem, but appears to be fine.
Minute 15: Krafth is on deck
A Zinchenko cross from the left hit the head of Swedish right-back Emil Krafth, who fell to the ground and looks a bit dazed. However, you can continue.
Minute 12: Ukraine maintains possession but does not threaten
Ukraine are hitting the ball, trying to capitalize on their man advantage, but are still unable to break through this Swedish defense.
Minute 8: Red card for Danielson
Marcus Danielson’s punt follow-up caught Artem Besyedin and, with his leg making bad contact, he was shown a direct red card. Sweden has been reduced to 10 men, while Besyedin has limped away.
Minute 1 (overtime): We are back on track!
We have another 30 minutes here at Hampden Park and if we don’t have goals, we will go to the penalty shoot-out.
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 match. The carpentry took three hits in the second 45 minutes, so hopefully we will see something more similar to this in overtime.
Minute 87: Still no chances
The game has dried up in terms of opportunities, and things are getting more and more cautious as we approach the 90th minute.
Minute 79: Tense end of this match
The wood has been hit three times in this second half, with both goals in the first 45 minutes, but fatigue seems to be settling in both groups of players, with careless mistakes that make things a bit tense.
69th minute: Forsberg hits the crossbar!
Lindelof advanced from center back and then scooped up Forsberg, who came in from the left before guiding a shot into the top corner that hit the crossbar and back out. It is the third time in this match that woodworking has been hit.
67th minute: Olsen comfortably saves Yarmolenko’s shot
Yarmolenko couldn’t open his body wide enough to test Olsen, but Ukraine fought back well there.
66th minute: Kulusevski puts Bushchan to the test
Kulusevski entered with his left foot and his curling effort forced Bushchan to make a good save.
Minute 61: Malinovskyi enters for Ukraine
Mykola Shaparenko has been replaced by Ukraine, with Ruslan Malinovskyi in his place.
56th minute: Now Sweden hits the post!
Isak chose Forsberg after a good Swedish counterattack, but the shot from the number 10 hit the foot of the post and went behind. What a couple of minutes!
55th minute: Ukraine hits the post!
There have been no clear chances in the first period of the second half, but Karavayev charged forward before finding Yarmolenko, who dropped the ball for Sydorchuk and his shot hit the outside of the post.
46th minute: We’re back on the road in Hampden Park!
Sweden has kicked off in the second half. Will we see a winner in this second half? Stay with us for updates on Sweden vs Ukraine.
HALF TIME: Sweden 1-1 Ukraine
Zinchenko opened the scoring in the 27th minute, but his shot was disallowed by Forsberg just before the half-time break. It took a while for the game to get going, but now things have opened up a bit. 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 went over Bushchan, who ran out of chances. Sweden back on it. Sweden 1-1 Ukraine.
Minute 41: Sweden appeals a penalty
Kulusevski asked Sweden for a penalty after colliding with Matviyenko inside the area, but the referee decided not to aim for the point. It seems like the right decision.
Minute 37: Yarmolenko looks in the mood
Most of what Ukraine is doing well comes from Yarmolenko’s boots. Ukraine is on top.
Minute 29: Larsson gets closer
Sebastian Larsson almost caught Georgiy Bushchan with a clever free kick, but the Ukrainian goalkeeper was able to reach and deflect him for a corner. A break for Ukraine.
27th minute: GOAL FOR UKRAINE!
A Yarmolenko cross with the outside of his left foot found Zinchenko alone on the other side of the box, and he made no mistake firing a powerful first shot that was too much for Robin Olsen to stop. 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 just missed Ukraine’s goal.
Minute 14: Ukraine is becoming this
Sweden started the game on the front foot, but Ukraine has started to look a bit more confident and is hitting the ball with determination.
Minute 7: First chance of the game
Sweden had the first opportunity to open the scoring, with the effort of Dejan Kulusevski well blocked.
START: Ukraine begins!
The second round of 16 match of the day has just started. Remember, the winner of Sweden vs Ukraine will face England in the round of 16. Here we go!
20:40 CEST: The XI arrive
Sweden coach Janne Andersson has made a change from the XI who beat Poland 3-2, with Dejan Kulusevski in place of Robin Quaison.
Andriy Shevchenko, meanwhile, has made two changes from the team that lost 1-0 to Austria in the last game of the group stage, with the withdrawal of Vitaliy Mykolenko and Ruslan Malinovskyi in favor of Serhiy Kryvtsov and Taras Stepanenko .