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Оценки Telegraph. England v Ukraine: how the players rated at Wembley Stadium

2012-09-12 13:38 UKRAINE Andriy PyatovShakhtar Donetsk goalkeeper looked a liability during Euro 2012, when he was hopeless dealing ...


Andriy Pyatov
Shakhtar Donetsk goalkeeper looked a liability during Euro 2012, when he was hopeless dealing with crosses, but he had none to deal with all night and did well to keep out Tom Cleverley’s first-half strike. 7

Oleh Gusiev
Good on the ball and never fazed when in possession.

Could have been exposed by Oxlade-Chamberlain’s pace, but dealt well with the Arsenal player and contributed to a decent defensive performance. 6

Yevhen Khacheridi
Dynamo Kiev defender found Jermain Defoe a lively opponent in the first half and he gave England a lifeline when he handled, as Danny Welbeck tried to go through, to concede a late penalty. 6

Yaroslav Rakitskyy
The spare man at the back for Ukraine and he often broke forward to add some threat at set pieces. Probably did not expect to have such a quiet night against England at Wembley. 7

Yevhen Selin
The Ukraine left-back was given far too much space down his flank and was allowed to send in a dangerous cross which Garmash volleyed over on 30 minutes. Grew in confidence as the game wore on. 7

Anatoliy Tymoshckuk
Hugely experienced Bayern Munich midfielder sat just in front of Ukraine’s back four and nullified Manchester United’s Tom Cleverley with his reading of the game and seasoned nous. 7

Denys Garmash
The 22 year-old was a constant threat and helped run the game for Ukraine alongside the equally impressive Ruslan Rotan. Was given too much time to control the action in the heart of the pitch. 8

Andriy Yarmolenko
Made the most of Defoe’s arm across his face which led to the referee disallowing the England striker’s early goal, but Yarmolenko was a pivotal figure for Ukraine and was one of their stand-out performers. 8

Ruslan Rotan
He almost gave Ukraine an early lead when his goal-bound shot was hacked cleared by Gerrard, but he bounced back from the disappointment of failing to score and proved a constant menace from midfield. 7

Yevhen Konoplianka
The left-sided midfielder has been compared to Lionel Messi because of his dribbling ability and he lived up to the billing with a bewitching performance on the wing before topping it with a stunning 20-yard goal. 9

Roman Zozulia
Must be a tough challenge to replace Andrei Shevchenko as Ukraine’s No 1 forward, but the Dnipro striker gave Lescott and Jagielka a difficult night with his movement and work-rate. 7

12.09.2012, 13:38
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