Zinchenko: I don’t want to talk about the game with Romania, I’m looking forward to the match against Slovakia

Zinchenko: I don’t want to talk about the game with Romania, I’m looking forward to the match against Slovakia

According to Alexander, tomorrow there will be a battle in every part of the field

Player Ukrainian national team Alexander Zinchenko shared his mood for the upcoming match of the second round of Group E against Slovakia on European Championship 2024.

“Similar games [как против Румынии] happen. It’s better for us not to say anything. But I am convinced that everyone learned a lot, both individually and as a team. But I don’t want to talk about this game. I want to look forward to the match against Slovakia. We must be prepared for this.”

“We’re expecting a really tough game against a strong squad that defends together and attacks together. Tomorrow there will be a battle in every area of ​​the field, and the team that wins the battle will win the game.”

“We all work and we all dream. We wouldn’t be here if we didn’t believe in ourselves. It’s better to do more and talk less. Of course we believe – but we have to do something on the field first.”

The blue-and-yellows failed at the start of the Euro, losing to Romania in Munich with a devastating score (0:3). In the same Quartet E, Slovakia created no less a sensation, beating Belgium with a minimal score (1:0).

Sergei Rebrov’s team closes the standings of Group E. The Ukrainian team was unable to keep a clean sheet in all 12 matches at four European Championships; In addition, the blue-yellows conceded three times in the opening match for the second forum in a row. According to the results of the first round of the 2024 European Championship, Ukraine lost two positions in the FIFA rankings, falling to 24th place.

The second round match between teams of neighboring countries will take place on June 21. It will take place at the Merkur Spiel Arena stadium in Dusseldorf, starting at 16:00 Kyiv time. The game will be officiated by a referee team led by Englishman Michael Oliver.

Rebrov’s team will complete the group stage with a match against Belgium on June 26 in Stuttgart.

Source: Sportarena

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