Ukrainian football received a major lift after a quarterfinal berth was achieved at the ongoing Euro 2020 tournament. The presence of Ukraine in the quarterfinals is a major surprise after their dramatic win over favourites Sweden in their last 16 encounter.
Ukraine is surprisingly in the last eight at Euro 2020 despite sneaking into the knockout stage as one of the best four losers after finishing third in Group C behind Austria and group winners Netherlands, while first timers North Macedonia finished last in the group. As a matter of fact, Ukraine had the worst point tally of all the four teams who qualified for the knockout stage despite finishing in third place at the end of their respective group campaigns. Continue reading “UKRAINE, UNEXPECTED TEAM IN EURO QUARTERS”