Qualifying round (Group 5 : DEN / UKR / SCO / POR / SVK) - 30/05/2007 - 18:00CET (19:00 local time) - Illychivets - Mariupol
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Ukraine hold off Scotland

Published: Wednesday 30 May 2007, 3.06CET
Ukraine 2-1 Scotland Ukraine held on for victory against Scotland and three vital Group 5 points in Mariupol.
by Konstantin Patkevich

Match statistics

UkraineScotland

Goals scored2
 
1
Attempts on target2
 
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards3
 
0
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

Group 5 : DEN / UKR / SCO / POR / SVK

PPts
Ukraine Ukraine26
Slovakia Slovakia23
Scotland Scotland21
Portugal Portugal21
Denmark Denmark00
Last updated: 19/04/2013 10:41 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
Published: Wednesday 30 May 2007, 3.06CET

Ukraine hold off Scotland

Ukraine 2-1 Scotland Ukraine held on for victory against Scotland and three vital Group 5 points in Mariupol.

Ukraine held on for victory against Scotland and three vital UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying Group 5 points in Mariupol.

Ukraine success
Having won 4-0 in Slovakia in their opening fixture, Ukraine were keen to continue their good start and after a tight first 20 minutes Darina Apanaschenko and Svitlana Frisco went close for the home team. At the other end goalkeeper Iryna Zvarich was forced to save at the feet of Kim Little but just before the break Natalia Zinchenko put Ukraine ahead with a stunning 35-metre effort into the top corner. On 67 minutes Tetyana Chorno doubled the lead after a good spell of Ukrainian pressure. Julie Fleeting headed her 95th goal for Scotland soon after, having had an effort disallowed before the break, but the visitors could not equalise.

Coach pleased
Ukraine coach Anatoliy Kutsev said: "I am very glad my team managed to approach this match in the right way. It was a very difficult game but we were able to get the better of a very strong Scotland side both physically and mentally." His team now lead Group 5 by three points from Slovakia, whom they face in their next game on 20 June. Scotland, on one point from two games, return to group action in Slovakia on 27 October.

Last updated: 27/03/13 7.39CET

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Lineups

Ukraine

Ukraine

Scotland

Scotland

17
ApanaschenkoDaryna Apanaschenko
Yellow Card90+3
Substitution90+4
7
BurnsAmanda Burns
Substitution77
3
ChornaTetyana Chorna
Goal67
4
DiekeIfeoma Dieke
9
DyatelVira Dyatel
1
FayGemma Fay (GK)
10
FrishkoSvitlana Frishko
Substitution83
11
HamillPauline Hamill
Substitution79
7
KhodyrevaOlena Khodyreva
2
JonesRhonda Jones
4
KotykValentyna Kotyk
5
KerrMichelle Kerr
16
LyshafayAlla Lyshafay
18
LittleKim Little
2
MazurenkoOlena Mazurenko (C)
Yellow Card87
6
LoveJoanne Love
6
PekurLyudmyla Pekur
Substitution87
14
L. RossLeanne Ross
11
ZinchenkoNatalia Zinchenko
Goal44
9
SneddonMegan Sneddon
23
ZvarychIryna Zvarych (GK)
Yellow Card77
10
FleetingJulie Fleeting (C)
Goal68

Substitutes

15
LemeshkoLyudmyla Lemeshko
Substitution87
3
CookStacey Cook
Substitution77
19
MasalskaMaryna Masalska
Substitution90+4
15
FergusonJulie Ferguson
21
MilchevskayaDaryna Milchevskaya
17
GrantSuzanne Grant
Substitution79
1
ShulhaVeronika Shulha (GK)
12
JohnstoneClaire Johnstone (GK)
18
SukhorukovaNataliya Sukhorukova
Substitution83
16
MaloneSuzanne Malone
5
ZhdanovaNataliya Zhdanova
8
McbrideKirsty Mcbride
20
VasylyukIryna Vasylyuk
13
McdonaldAmy Mcdonald

Coach

Anatoliy Kutsev (UKR) Anna Signeul (SWE)

Referee

Snjezana Focic (CRO)

Assistant referees

Blaženka Logarušić (CRO), Lidija Kraljić (CRO)

Fourth official

Tetiana Aseeva (UKR)

Legend:

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  • Own goalOwn goal
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  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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