Ukraine was not weak. Zlatan Ibrahimovic put Sweden ahead 1-0 in the second half, but Ukraine came back. Legend Andriy Shevchenko, 35 years old and barely fit, scored on two headers, giving Ukraine a 2-1 win in front of the home crowd in Kiev and a reasonable chance of qualifying for the knockout round. If this was the former A.C. Milan star’s swan song, it’s hard to ask for a better one.
It’s all about effort.
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Doesn’t appear that they did.
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No foul called on the play.
Didn’t get it completely right.