Ukrainian midfielder Andriy Yarmolenko commented on the defeat in the match against Northern Ireland in the second round of the Euro-2016’s group stage and said that he was ashamed to go home after the defeat.
'We were in great possession of the ball after the first half of the game. But we didn’t know how to break our rivals’ defense. It was like beating heads against the wall... A lot of people had high hopes for that championship. How was my game today? It was bad! How could we underestimate the rivals? We knew how they played. I am ashamed. Now I don’t know how to go home,' the footballer said.
Ukraine has prematurely left the Euro-2016.
Mikhail Fomenko’s wards lost even theoretical chances to take part in playoffs after a draw in a game between the teams of Germany and Poland.
As reported earlier by 1492news.com, An England fan left with severe brain injuries after violence at the Euro 2016 tournament, has 'opened both eyes' in hospital.