2020 Schedule

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2020 Schedule
0-0-0, 4th in UEFA Nations League
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32dAssociated Press

Ukraine league in doubt as team has 25 cases

Ukrainian side Karpaty Lviv has found 25 cases of the coronavirus among players and staff, which has put the league's planned end date in doubt.

Andriy Shevchenko or David Villa: Who was better at their peak? (1:42)
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229dDale Johnson

Euro 2020 draw: Ukraine seeded, France miss out

Ukraine will be one of the six top seeds for the Euro 2020 finals, eaving world champions France and holders Portugal unseeded.

Ukraine's late leveler seals unbeaten Euro qualification (0:32)
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Ukraine beat Portugal to cement spot at Euro 2020 (1:41)
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Ukraine maintain grip on Group B (0:36)
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Zinchenko scores again in Ukraine draw (0:38)
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Zinchenko scores as Ukraine sweep past Lithuania (0:51)
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Ukraine continue to dominate Group B (0:40)
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Tsygankov scores twice in 2 minutes in Ukraine rout (1:07)
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1yAssociated Press

Ukraine risk points deduction for ineligible player

Portugal and Luxembourg filed protests with UEFA against Ukraine fielding Brazil-born forward Junior Moraes in Euro 2020 qualifying games.

Own goal disaster for Luxembourg (0:24)
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Ukraine squander big opportunity in Portugal (0:40)
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1yAssociated Press

Ukraine drop defender after transfer to Russia

Andriy Shevchenko has not explained his decision to drop Yaroslav Rakitskiy, but the defender's club move to Russia was controversial in Ukraine.

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2yReuters

Bridge victims honoured in Italy-Ukraine draw

Italy, fielding another experimental lineup, produced a lively first-half performance but were still held to a 1-1 draw at home by Ukraine.

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2yAssociated Press

Poland charged with fan racism in Italy match

UEFA has charged Poland with fan racism in a Nations League game, while the Czech Republic and Ukraine face charges for crowd unrest.

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2yReuters

Ukraine fans bombard FIFA Facebook page

Croatia's assistant manager Ognjen Vukojevic with a $15,000 fine and a warning after he and Croatian defender Domagoj Vida said 'Glory to Ukraine'.