Ukraine mentor Serhiy Rebrov said his side would battle on notwithstanding passing up programmed capability for Euro 2024 after Monday’s 0-0 draw with Italy. While Italy qualified second from Gathering C behind Britain politeness of a superior no holds barred record with Ukraine, Rebrov’s group need to traverse the end of the season games to arrive at the following year’s finals in Germany. Monday’s apparatus in Leverkusen was the most recent of Ukraine’s ‘home’ installations to be played at unbiased grounds, with matches created some distance from the conflict torn country.
“As every one of you know, the conflict in Ukraine is proceeding,” Rebrov told columnists.
“It is very hard for the players, they’re continuously watching their telephones, they’re watching the information, same as me.
“In this climate, it isn’t not difficult to work.
“In any case, we comprehend we are introducing as an exceptionally amazing nation and I think today on the pitch every one of the players showed that we have character and that we battle for our country.”
Chelsea forward Mykhailo Mudryk was denied a punishment in added time when he seemed to have been stumbled by Italy midfielder Bryan Cristante.
“According to my perspective that was a punishment, yet again I was not there and it’s just about my feelings,” Rebrov added.
Ukraine are offering to fit the bill for a fourth consecutive European Title.
Rebrov accepts his side could acquire strength from the help they have gotten while playing their home apparatuses in various urban areas and nations – – even from their adversaries.
“I’m satisfied Leverkusen offered us this chance to play in this gorgeous arena and to help us,” he said.
“The players from Italy and the Italian allies were for the most part present for us.
“It’s a truly profound thing, I’m certain this game displayed for loads of nations the help of Ukraine and the climate in the arena was excellent.”