Romania U21 vs Ukraine U21: Highlights, Live Score

24 Jun 2023-4:00 pm
Half Time: 0-0
Romania U21
0
Ukraine U21
1
Full Time
1st Half
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45'
2nd Half
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90'
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7.6
1
Ș. Târnovanu
6.6
3
Valentin Țicu
6.7
14
V. Dican
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7
4
B. Racovițan
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6.6
2
A. Pantea
7
13
V. Screciu
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7.3
5
M. Lixandru
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6.7
7
C. Petrila
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5.9
19
L. Munteanu
6.7
11
A. Ișfan
6.7
9
J. Marković
7.3
12
A. Trubin
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7.7
2
K. Vivcharenko
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7.2
16
A. Batagov
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7.2
4
M. Talovierov
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7.9
6
O. Sych
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7.9
17
V. Brazhko
7.2
21
A. Bondarenko
8.3
22
H. Sudakov
7.5
18
D. Kryskiv
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6.2
20
O. Kashchuk
6.3
9
D. Sikan
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Line Ups
Romania U21
6.6
90'
7
89'
6.7
13'82'
7.3
82'
7
6.7
57'
5.9
30'57'
6.7
68'
6.7
Substitutes
57'90'
6.3
57'
6.5
68'
6.3
82'
6.3
22
82'
6.5
90'
17
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Ukraine U21
7.3
6
d
7.9
7.2
86'
7.2
86'
7.9
6.2
68'
7.5
8.3
68'
6.3
Substitutes
68'
7.3
11
f
68'90'
6.7
6.7
86'
6.3
86'
6.3
10
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Match Statistics
Romania U21
Ukraine U21
Off Target 10
On Target 2
On Target 6
Off Target 14
5 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 1
4 Corners 7
7 Fouls 7
1 Offsides 0
27 Ball Possession 73
12 Shots 20
2 Shots on Goal 6
0 Goals 1
7 Shots off Goal 11
3 Blocked Shots 3
7 Shots insidebox 11
5 Shots outsidebox 9
6 Goalkeeper Saves 2
255 Total passes 718
187 Passes accurate 662

The UEFA European Under-21 Championship match between Romania U21 and Ukraine U21 ended with a 1-0 victory for Ukraine. The match took place at the Steaua Stadium in Bucharest and was part of the second round of the championship in Group B.

The only goal of the match came late, with an unfortunate own goal by Romania’s Victor Dican in the 89th minute. Vladyslav Vanat of Ukraine was also mentioned, possibly indicating a significant contribution to the goal.

The Romanian team made several substitutions throughout the match, with Pop and Cimpanu coming on for Liksandra and Skrecha in the 82nd minute, Albu replacing Muntyanu in the 57th minute, Popesku replacing Petrila also in the 57th minute, and Birlidza coming on for Markovic in the 68th minute.

Ukraine also made tactical changes, with Zhelizko and Ocheretko replacing Brazhko and Bondarenko in the 85th minute, Bragaru replacing Kryskiv in the 68th minute, Vyunnyk coming on for Kashchuk in the 77th minute, and Vanat replacing Sykan in the 68th minute.

This victory gives Ukraine a strong position in Group B of the European Under-21 Football Championship. The late goal shows the team’s determination and ability to seize opportunities, even in the closing stages of the match.

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