Ukraine was defeated by Scotland (3-1) on Wednesday in Glasgow to qualify for the 2022 World Cup qualifier play-off final.
The Ukrainians were dominant and took the lead via Yarmolenko (33rd), and Yaremchuk (49) which was sealed by Dovbyk. McGregor had managed to pull one back for Scotland ten minutes later.
The players were able to keep their heads up in a certain context while their opponents seemed paralyzed.
After half-time, the Scots rebelled but were too slow. John McGinn missed the target from 6 meters on a header, but he was able to recover after Georgi Bushchan's first strike against Che Adams (76th). Bushchan, however, was not without fault for not being able to control Conor McGregor's strike which briefly revived the Scots' hopes (1-2, 79th).
This victory gives hope to his country in war. The Ukrainians are now only 90 minutes away from a World Cup.
The wait for the Scottish side will be extended by four more years, having not won the World Cup in 1998.