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Milevskyy moves Ukraine closer

Published: Friday 2 September 2005, 21.00CET
Georgia 0-3 Ukraine Artem Milevskyy scored twice as Ukraine moved to within three points of leaders Denmark.
by Soso Kotoreishvili
Published: Friday 2 September 2005, 21.00CET

Milevskyy moves Ukraine closer

Georgia 0-3 Ukraine Artem Milevskyy scored twice as Ukraine moved to within three points of leaders Denmark.

Ukraine won 3-0 in Georgia to close the gap on UEFA European Under-21 Championship Group 2 leaders Denmark after the Scandinavian side lost in Turkey.

Ukraine break
Forward Ruslan Fomin gave Ukraine the lead on nine minutes following a neat counterattack. Georgia’s Gogita Gogua unleashed a powerful shot from 25 metres which was blocked by a defender, and from the resulting break Fomin latched on to a long pass, broke into the penalty area and lobbed the ball over the advancing Nukri Revishvili.

Milevskyy double
Fumin’s strike partner, Artem Milevskyy, gave the visitors a two-goal advantage when he headed in Olexander Sitnik’s cross on 22 minutes, and the same player completed the scoring on the hour by sending the ball into the far corner of Revishvili’s net after beating two defenders.

Double dismissal
Both sides finished the game with ten men following dismissals: Ukraine defender Dmytro Chygrynskiy was the first to see red on 72 minutes, with Zurab Gvadzabia following within 60 seconds. Denmark top the pool by three points from Ukraine, a position of strength bearing in mind their game in hand.

Last updated: 28/03/13 3.06CET

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Lineups

Georgia

Georgia

Ukraine

Ukraine

1
RevishviliNukri Revishvili (GK)
1
PyatovAndriy Pyatov (GK)
3
KhidesheliGiorgi Khidesheli
Yellow Card71
2
BashlayAndriy Bashlay
4
MakharadzeKakhi Makharadze
Substitution65
4
YatsenkoOlexandr Yatsenko (C)
5
KhokhonishviliLeri Khokhonishvili
5
FominRuslan Fomin
Goal11
6
EliavaZaal Eliava (C)
6
ChygrynskiyDmytro Chygrynskiy
Red/Yellow Card72
7
GrigalashviliShota Grigalashvili
9
PukanychAdrian Pukanych
Substitution55
8
GanugravaGeorgi Ganugrava
Substitution46
10
MilevskiyArtem Milevskiy
Goal23
Goal60
Substitution76
9
PipiaGogi Pipia
14
CheberyachkoYevhen Cheberyachko
Substitution65
10
TsinamdzgvrishviliRati Tsinamdzgvrishvili
15
YarmashGrigoriy Yarmash
24
GoguaGogita Gogua
Substitution46
17
MaksymovOlexandr Maksymov
17
AladashviliKakhaber Aladashvili
18
SytnikOlexandr Sytnik

Substitutes

12
TevdoradzeRevaz Tevdoradze (GK)
23
ShustBohdan Shust (GK)
2
TomashviliGulverd Tomashvili
3
IshchenkoMykola Ishchenko
Substitution65
Yellow Card85
11
GotsiridzeBeka Gotsiridze
Substitution46
7
FeschukMaxym Feschuk
13
GvadzabiaZurab Gvadzabia
Substitution46
Red/Yellow Card74
8
AliyevOlexandr Aliyev
Substitution55
15
MchedlishviliDavid Mchedlishvili
11
PivnenkoSerhiy Pivnenko
Substitution76
16
BzhalavaMirza Bzhalava
13
ArzhanovVolodymyr Arzhanov
18
ChirikashviliIrakli Chirikashvili
Substitution65
16
VorobeyDmytro Vorobey

Coach

Koba Zhorzhikashvili (GEO) Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko (UKR)

Referee

Milan Sedivy (SVK)

Assistant referees

Vitezslav Holub (CZE), Martin Wilczek (CZE)

Fourth official

Radek Matějek (CZE)

Legend:

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  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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