U-17: Ukraine's youth team already draws against Portugal team in the status of Euro 2020 elite round

Alexander Petrakov's team went to the elite round of the European Championship without any problems, not missing a single ball in three matches.

The last match in the UEFA Europa League Qualifying Round (U-2020), against the Portuguese, turned into a formality for Alexander Petrakov's team after the results of two rounds of blue and yellow secured their way into the elite round of the European Championship. However, no one canceled the task of playing decent with a tournament favorite.

The match itself was not full of many goal moments. In general, suffice it to say that the Portuguese national team has never bothered our goalkeeper with a direct shot on goal. The Ukrainians did not inflate the situation, but played on the score. As a result, Oleksandr Petrakov's team achieved a result that suited them - a draw. This gave the blue and yellows the opportunity to win their group in the qualifying round.

Euro 2020 Qualifying Round (U-17). Group 8

13.11.2019

Georgia - Ukraine - 0: 2

Portugal - Albania - 4: 0

16.11.2019

Ukraine - Albania - 2: 0

Portugal - Georgia - 0: 0 

19.11.2019

Albania - Georgia - 0: 0

Ukraine - Portugal - 0: 0 

Ukraine: Isenko, Kozik, Mampassi, Roman, Yatsik (Mykytyshyn, 59), Shubin, Kononov, Boulez, Ocheretko, Voloshin, Dm. Shostak (Popov, 59).

Portugal: Rodriguez, Ferreira (Tome, 68), Silva, Torresh, Diaz, Antunesh, Jalo (Camaro, 59), Netou (Abreu, 58), Gomes (Gonçalves, 84), Fernandes, Resende (Nabian, 58).

The final tablesя

 

G

W

D

L

GD

О

1.  Ukraine

3

2

1

0

4-0

7

2. Portugal

3

1

2

0

4-0

5

3. Georgia

3

0

2

1

0-2

2

4. Albania

3

0

1

2

0-6

1

It will be recalled that the two strongest teams of each of the 3 groups and the four best teams, which will take the third places (according to the results of meetings with the two leaders of their group), advance to the elite round (draw - December 13). Matches of this stage will take place in March 2020.

In the elite round, all participants will be divided into eight groups. The winners of the groups and the seven best second teams (according to the results of the matches with the first and third teams of their group) will reach the final stage, where they will join the host of Euro - Estonia. The final tournament will take place in May 2020.

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