Kevin De Bruyne (€10.5m) is among the captaincy candidates for any EURO Fantasy managers wanting to twist on the second day of Matchday 3 action. The Manchester City man is expected to be involved for Belgium as they face Finland in their final Group B match having turned the 2-1 win over Denmark on its head.
Both sides are assured of progress from Group C with a draw in Bucharest with Austria bidding to reach the knock-out stages of a tournament for the first time in 39 years Euro 2020: Daily briefing Ukraine and Austria meet in Bucharest to decide who will finish as the runner-up in Group C, though both are assured of progress at Euro 2020 if they draw the game.
Ukraine striker Roman Yaremchuk is a ‘concrete target’ for West Ham United, according to Italian journalist Rudy Galetti. The lowdown Yaremchuk, who is currently on Euro 2020 duty, plays for KAA Gent in the Belgian top flight. Last season, he scored 20 goals in 34 appearances in the Jupiler Pro League, ranking him joint-third in the division.
Last Updated The Gent striker has been one of the breakout stars of Euro 2020 and his mix of physicality and two-footedness marks him out as a goalscoring threat Roman Yaremchuk grew up as a Dynamo Kyiv academy prospect dreaming of becoming a star like Andriy Shevchenko. Now starring for Ukraine under the AC Milan legend’s tutelage, Yaremchuk has become one of the breakout stars of Euro 2020.
North Macedonia take on Netherlands at Amsterdam ArenA on Monday. Netherlands wrapped up top spot in Group C with a 2-0 win against Austria on Thursday after North Macedonia had earlier exited the competition with a 2-1 defeat to Ukraine. Match preview Having qualified for Euro 2020 via the bottom path of the UEFA Nations League, the odds were always stacked against North Macedonia in terms of progressing to the knockout stages.
Ukraine will remain without Oleksandr Zubkov against Austria on Monday after the winger suffered a muscle strain in his side's opening Euro 2020 fixture against Netherlands. The 24-year-old, who plays for Hungarian side Ferencvaros, will hope to be involved for the knockout stages should Andriy Shevchenko's side reach the last-16.
Ukraine take on Austria in Group C of Euro 2020 on Monday. The two nations head into the meeting level on three points after both beating North Macedonia and losing to Netherlands in their opening two matches, so a draw would almost certainly see both teams progress to the knockout stages.
Adam Armstrong is due to return to Blackburn Rovers training at the end of this month but speculation remains regarding his future The race for the Euro 2020 golden boot is an intriguing one and already there are a number of candidates looking to lay claim to the coveted prize.
Wolves may have their work cut out this summer as they strive to get back on track after a dismal campaign that saw them finish in 13th place. Nuno Santo failed to engineer a top-half place and then left his job over limited finances. On the chalkboard As a result, Bruno Lage may have his work cut out in the transfer window.
UKRAINE 2-1 NORTH MACEDONIA Goals: Andriy Yarmolenko (€8.5m), Roman Yaremchuk (€7.1m) | Ezgjan Alioski (€4.5m) Assists: Oleksandr Karavaev (€5.0m), Yarmolenko Penalties won: Ruslan Malinovskyi (€7.0m) | Goran Pandev (€6.5m) Penalties missed: Malinovskyi | Alioski
West Ham have turned their focus to Roman Yaremchuk in their seemingly never-ending pursuit of a new striker, according to reports. The Hammers are yet to sign a replacement for Sebastien Haller, whom they sold to Ajax in January. It did not affect how they finished the season, as they managed to achieve a Europa League spot.
Ukraine 2 North Macedonia 1: Yarmolenko and Yaremchuk give Ukrainians first points of Euros but minnows make them sweat
ANDRIY YARMOLENKO kept up his red-hot Euros campaign by scoring one and setting up another to leave North Macedonia on the brink. The West Ham winger, 31, may have had an underwhelming season in the Premier League, despite his club qualifying for Europe. In-form West Ham hitman Andriy Yarmolenko celebrates his Ukraine opener
West Ham transfer target Roman Yaremchuk scored Ukraine's winner vs North Macedonia to go top of the Euro 2020 goalscoring charts Roman Yaremchuk made it two in two games in Euro 2020 amid transfer speculation the Genk striker could be on his way to West Ham. The Ukraine international joined Hammer Andriy Yarmolenko and Italian Ciro Immobile at the top of the Euro 2020 goalscoring charts with two goals and an assist each in the opening two matches of Ukraine's tournament.
During his playing career you could rely on Andriy Shevchenko having one of four facial expressions. 1) A steely resolve, a real look of focus and effortless cool. 2) A reserved smile, a show of amusement or satisfaction but without gaudiness. 3) Mild terror or frustration, as if his dog had destroyed his second favourite chair, or there was a huge spider on said chair.
(Reuters) - Andriy Yarmolenko grabbed a goal and an assist as Ukraine edged out North Macedonia 2-1 on Thursday to boost their chances of reaching the European Championship knockout stages, leaving their opponents' hopes hanging by a thread. Yarmolenko put Ukraine ahead from a corner in the 29th minute, popping up at the back post to beat Stole Dimitrievski with a side-footed finish after latching on to Oleksandr Karavaev's flick on.
Report as Ukraine hold off North Macedonia's spirited fight back; Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk gave Ukraine first-half lead; Ezgjan Alioski missed penalty but converted rebound to bring North Macedonia back into game; Ukraine held on despite missing penalty of their own Ukraine got their Euro 2020 campaign up and running with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over North Macedonia in Bucharest.
First-half goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk hand Ukraine a vital 2-1 win over North Macedonia to strengthen their hopes of qualifying out of Group C at Euro 2020. The relatively comfortable victory leaves Ukraine third in the group on three points with one game left to play against Austria on Monday.
© Reuters Ukraine players celebrate after the match - Reuters Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk both scored again, and this time it was enough. The pair of forwards netted a goal each in the first half Thursday to give Ukraine a 2-1 victory over North Macedonia at the European Championship.
According to a report by the Daily Express, West Ham United now want Ukraine striker Roman Yaremchuk and it is believed he will ‘push hard’ for his next move this summer. The Lowdown: West Ham and the striker chase… Manager David Moyes reportedly has three main priorities in this summer window, namely a permanent deal for 2020/2021 loan sensation Jesse Lingard, a star centre-back and the acquisition of a new striker (Claret & Hugh).
EXCLUSIVE: West Ham are interested in a move for Gent centre-forward Roman Yaremchuk, who scored 17 Belgian Pro League goals last season. West Ham are one of several clubs interested in signing Gent and Ukraine striker Roman Yaremchuk, Express Sport understands. David Moyes is keen to celebrate his new three-year contract by adding another centre-forward to his ranks before the start of next season as he looks to replace club-record signing Sebastien Haller, who departed the club in January.