Artem Dovbyk scored late in additional chance to give Ukraine a 2-1 success over Sweden and a spot in the European Championship quarterfinals.
Oleksandr Zincheko had given Ukraine the lead in the 27th moment and Emil Forsberg balanced in the 43rd with his fourth objective of the competition.
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Sweden safeguard Marcus Danielson was shipped off in the 98th moment for finishing a test with a raised boot on substitute Artem Besedin.
Artem Dovbyk’s 30th-minute victor in extra-time sends Ukraine to their first-since forever European Championships quarter-last.
HERE WE GO! Ukraine to start proceedings in this fixture.
12:23am: Both teams are walking out for the national anthem.
12:20am: The winner of this match will take on England on Saturday in Rome. A while ago, the Three Lions defeated Germany at Wembley.
Read more about that here: Sterling, Kane goals help England beat Germany to enter quarterfinals
12:15am: 15 MINUTES TO GO FOR KICK OFF!
12:10am: Ukraine must gear up for aerial battles and find a way to contain a physical Swedish strike force if it is to reach its maiden European Championship quarterfinal, coach Andriy Shevchenko said on Monday.
Read more about that here: Ukraine must match Sweden in the air, says Shevchenko
12:00am: The timing of the substitutions made by Sweden boss Janne Andersson has played a huge part in his side making it to the last 16 at Euro 2020 where it will face Ukraine on Tuesday, but at least one fan hasn’t been happy — his wife Ulrika.
Read more about that here: Hard to please everyone with timing of super-subs, says Sweden coach
Sweden will face a fired-up Ukraine side led by Andriy Shevchenko that is receiving a great deal of support from high places after a win over North Macedonia and losses to the Netherlands and Austria took them through as the third-placed team in Group C.
The winner will face a mouthwatering clash with England in the quarterfinals.