Ukraine beats Sweden in absolute closing phase extension and stands in quarterfinals

Ukraine has reached the European Quarterfinals. After an extension, Artem Dovbyk became the big hero. He headed the winning hit against the ropes a few minutes before time: 1-2.
The match between Sweden and Ukraine was the football night dessert after England – Germany (2-0). The two teams didnt disappoint. Soon Ukraine got the chance to open the score, but Sweden-goalkeeper Robin Olsen was in class. He kept Roman Yaremchuks attempt handsome out of his goal. Alexander Isak also got a chance for a goal, but he was aiming right next to the goal.
After about 30 minutes of play, we saw the first goal of the game, and what for one. Oleksandr Zinchenko shot the ball devastating behind Olsen, but it was Andrey Yarmolenko who drew attention to himself. He gave the ball with an exterior foot ahead of the in-going Manchester City player, who finished handsome.

Sweden had to make the game after this hit, and it tried to do so. Sebastian Larsson was close by with a cunning free kick, but Ukraine goalkeeper Georgiy Bushchan managed to bring salvation. It was still a hit for Sweden just before rest. Forsberg saw his shot changed from distance, Bushchan was no chance. It was his fourth goal for Forsberg this European Championship. Only Cristiano Ronaldo made more (5).

After rest, both teams seemed somewhat afraid of losing the game. Yet there were some dangerous moments for the two purposes. Sergiy Sydorchuk shot the ball hard on the pole. Not much later Forsberg did the same on the other side of the field. The Swedish playmaker even had double bad luck: a few minutes later he turned a ball on the bar.
In regular playtime, no more scored was made, which had to be extended. After about ten minutes, Swedens task became a bit heavier: Marcus Danielson had to clear the field with a red card after a hard tackle on Artem Besyedin. It is clear that he hits the Ukraine players knee hard, but he also plays the ball first. Opinions about the tackle were divided on social media.

When you kick a football its almost impossible not to follow through (not that kind of follow through btw). Just because a player gets injured because someone kicked a football and accidentally catches him on the follow through doesnt make it a foul, let alone a red.
โ€” Gary Lineker ๐Ÿ’™ (@GaryLineker) June 29, 2021

Ukraine was looking for the winning hit after Danielsons red card. It fell by an Artem Dovbyk header just before time. Heading the ball behind Olsen, he brought great joy to everything and everyone in Ukraine. In the quarterfinals, a confrontation with England awaits.