Ukraine keep up winning run

Published: Wednesday 28 May 2008, 19.45CET
Scotland 0-1 Ukraine
Ukraine kept up their perfect record and booked at least a play-off place thanks to Darina Apanaschenko's ninth-minute goal.
Ukraine keep up winning run
Ukraine have not dropped a point ©Getty Images

Match statistics

ScotlandUkraine

Goals scored0
1
Yellow cards2
 
1
Red cards0
 
0
Goal attempts0
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Published: Wednesday 28 May 2008, 19.45CET

Ukraine keep up winning run

Scotland 0-1 Ukraine
Ukraine kept up their perfect record and booked at least a play-off place thanks to Darina Apanaschenko's ninth-minute goal.
Ukraine kept up their perfect UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying round record – and booked at least a play-off place – thanks to a slender Group 5 win in Scotland.

Early winner
With four wins out of four at kick-off, including at home to Scotlandin May last year, Ukraine were hoping to continue their fine campaign and Darina Apanaschenko's ninth-minute goal ensured they did just that as their opponents were allowed few opportunities despite having much of the possession. Denmark defeated Slovakia 6-1 tonight to keep up their own 100 per cent record from six games, and Ukraine welcome the leaders to Chernigov on 22 June for the first of their two meetings.

Play-off bid
Scotland remain third and will clinch that place by overcoming Slovakia in their last game here on 28 September. However a win could be important as only the four teams in that position across the six groups with the best record against the rest of the top quartet in their pool will make October's play-offs.

Last updated: 28/05/08 23.53CET

Related information

Team profiles

Lineup

Scotland

Scotland

Ukraine

Ukraine

1Gemma Fay (GK)12Nadiya Baranova (GK)
4Ifeoma Dieke2Olena Mazurenko (C)
5Michelle Kerr3Tetyana Chorna
6Joanne Love4Valentyna Kotyk
8Kim Little6Lyudmyla Pekur
Yellow Card76'
9Megan Sneddon7Olena Khodyreva
10Julie Fleeting (C)
Yellow Card40'
9Vira Dyatel
Substitution84'
11Pauline Hamill
Substitution77'
10Svitlana Frishko
Substitution87'
14Leanne Ross14Yuliya Vaschenko
17Jennifer Beattie
Yellow Card72'
Substitution86'
16Alla Lyshafay
Substitution46'
18Natalie Ross17Daryna Apanaschenko
Goal9'

Substitutes

12Joanna Hutcheson (GK)1Iryna Zvarych (GK)
2Rhonda Jones8Olha Boychenko
Substitution87'
3Stacey Cook
Substitution86'
11Natalia Zinchenko
7Amanda Burns13Daryna Milchevskaya
13Suzanne Grant
Substitution77'
15Lyudmyla Lemeshko
15Julie Ferguson18Nataliya Sukhorukova
Substitution46'
16Amy Mcdonald22Iryna Vasylyuk
Substitution84'

Coach

Anna Signeul (SWE) Anatoliy Kutsev (UKR)

Referee

Tanja Schett (AUT)

Assistant referees

Cindy Zeferino De Oliveira (AUT), Senka Omerhodzic (AUT)

Fourth official

Morag Pirie (SCO)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution

See also

  • Scotland

    Scotland

    Next match womensworldcup: v Greece, 21 August 2010
  • Ukraine

    Ukraine

    Next match womensworldcup: v Romania, 21 August 2010
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