|1||Greece||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|7||Republic of Ireland||Liechtenstein|
The 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship comprises a qualifying group stage and play-off round to determine which seven teams join hosts Israel in the final tournament.
Qualifying group stage
Teams are split into ten groups – two of six teams and eight of five – and play each other on a home and away basis. The ten group winners and four runners-up with the best record against the teams first, third, fourth and fifth in their sections advance to the play-offs.
Play-off matches are played according to the knockout system, with each team playing each opponent home and away. The team which scores the greater aggregate of goals qualifies for the next round, with away goals, extra time and then penalties used to determine the winner in the event of a draw.
The final tournament comprises the seven play-off winners and Israel, who qualify automatically as hosts. The eight teams are split into two groups of four. Each team plays each other once in their group with the winners and runners-up advancing to the semi-finals where the winner of Group A plays the Group B runner-up and vice-versa. The winners advance to the final.
Further details, including the criteria for separating teams that finish level on points in a group, can be found in the official competition regulations.
Substitute Pylyp Budkivskiy converted from an Andriy Bogdanov corner on 76 minutes in UEFA European Under-21 Championship Group 2 to earn a share of the points for Ukraine against ten-man Finland.
Yet to win in the section, Ukraine may have feared the worst after they fell behind in the fifth minute, with Juho Lähde firing the ball past Igor Berezovskiy from 20 metres following a corner. However, a straight red card for the visitors' Roope Riski on 36 minutes changed the tone of the game, though it took until the 76th minute for Budkivskiy to get the equaliser Pavlo Yakovenko's side had strived for.
Having gone behind so early, Ukraine responded with shots from Vitaliy Fedotov and Serhiy Kryvtsov, and Riski's dismissal ensured that Jesse Joronen had a busy night in the Finland goal. He repeatedly denied Bogdanov and saved from Anton Shevchuk before Budkivskiy beat him. The goalscorer had a second effort ruled out for offside, and Kryvtsov passed up further chances to win it before the final whistle.
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