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UEFA Euro 2020, Netherlands Vs Ukraine: Wijnaldum, Weghorst and Dumfries Score as Netherlands Win 3-2

UEFA Euro 2020 Live Updates and Football Score: After failing to breach Ukraine's backline in the first half, Netherlands scored twice inside seven minutes to go 2-0 ahead.

News18.com | June 14, 2021, 02:32 IST

UEFA Euro 2020 Highlights, Netherlands Vs Ukraine Updates: What a game of football we witnessed in Amsterdam! After a quiet first-half, as many as five goals were scored in the second. Netherlands skipper Gini Wijnaldum broke the deadlock, Wout Weghorst scored the second goal; Andriy Yarmolenko and Yaremchuk scored the next two goals and finally Denzel dumfries scored the fifth and the winning goal to seal it for the home side!


Georginio Wijnaldum captains the Netherlands in their Euro 2020 opener against Ukraine in Amsterdam on Sunday as the Oranje make their return to a major tournament for the first time in seven years. The Dutch, who failed to qualify for Euro 2016 or the 2018 World Cup, are set to line up in a 3-5-2 formation which coach Frank de Boer has experimented with following the loss of several key players coming into the tournament. Andriy Shevchenko’s team features Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko in midfield, while Roman Yaremchuk of Gent in Belgium spearheads their attack. Andriy Yarmolenko of West Ham United is the captain.

Jun 14, 2021 02:32 (IST)

What a game of football we witnessed in Amsterdam! After a quiet first-half, as many as five goals were scored in the second. Netherlands skipper Gini Wijnaldum broke the deadlock, Wout Weghorst scored the second goal; Andriy Yarmolenko and Yaremchuk scored the next two goals and finally Denzel dumfries scored the fifth and the winning goal to seal it for the home side!

Jun 14, 2021 02:23 (IST)

Full Time

The Netherlands holds on to their slender one goal lead to bag all three points against Ukraine. Netherlands make a winning return to European Championship. What a game we had at Amsterdam! Five goals inside 30 minutes after a goalless first half.

Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine

Jun 14, 2021 02:20 (IST)

90+ 3' | Ukraine's Sydorchok is booked

Jun 14, 2021 02:17 (IST)

Five Minutes Added

90' | The officials have decided to add five minutes of extra time

Jun 14, 2021 02:15 (IST)

86' | What a second half we have had!. After a goalless first half, we saw as many as five goals in the second, that too in 27 minutes

Jun 14, 2021 02:13 (IST)

Dumfries Heads Netherlands Ahead

85' | Dumfries finally scores

Jun 14, 2021 02:08 (IST)

Ukraine Equalise

79' | Ukraine are level through Yaremchuk's header! A brilliant free-kick by Ukraine after de Vrij committed the foul then Yaremchuk, brilliantly positioned, leaped to guide the ball past a diving Stekelenburg.

Jun 14, 2021 02:02 (IST)

Yarmolenko With a Stunner

75' | A goal of the topmost qualifty! West Ham midfielder with the goal of the tournament so far! Ukraine halve the arrears with the best strike of the match so far! Yaremchuk had threatened with a long-range attempt that Stekelenburg took comfortably a few moments ago, but the goalkeeper has little chance with this superb effort as Yarmolenko turns outside the penalty area and curls an exquisite, powerful finish into the top left-hand corner of his net. This contest is still very much in the balance!

Jun 14, 2021 02:01 (IST)

68' | Moutain to climb for Andriy Shevchenko's side in Amsterdam. They have lost the momentum, the little they had after the second goals!

Jun 14, 2021 01:57 (IST)

Ukraine Make Their Second Change

64' | Mykola Shaparenko IN, Marlos OUT

Jun 14, 2021 01:56 (IST)

Double Change for Netherlands

64' | Owen Wijndal, Nathan Ake IN; Patrick van Anholt, Daley Blind OUT

Jun 14, 2021 01:54 (IST)

Wout a first fifteen minutes for Netherlands!

Jun 14, 2021 01:49 (IST)
Jun 14, 2021 01:47 (IST)

Weghorst Increases the Lead

58' | Weghorst now finds the back of the net. Dumfries causes chaos inside the penalty area on the right, sending a ricochet back into the path of Weghorst at close range. The striker makes no mistake from close range. The goal is given after a VAR check

Jun 14, 2021 01:39 (IST)

Gini Wijnaldum, De, de, de, der, de, de

52' | Dumfries' low cross is palmed away by Buschan but the rebound fell to Wijnaldum, who finished exquisitely to break the deadlock. Top-corner finish.

Jun 14, 2021 01:39 (IST)

48' | Almost similar start to the second-half by the Netherlands team. Ukraine held position for the initial few minutes but Wijnaldum's men have regained the position

Jun 14, 2021 01:33 (IST)


46' | Action resumes at at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam

Jun 14, 2021 01:21 (IST)


Lively first half yet goalless at the break despite Netherlands having 10 attempts on goal. It has mostly been a Dutch show but Ukraine have tested the Dutch backline with their fast-paced counter attacks. All to play for in the second half.


Jun 14, 2021 01:16 (IST)

Chance Missed

40' | Depay floats in a good ball for Dumfries who is unmarked at the far post but the PSV midfielder couldn't guide his header in, as it goes past the wrong side of the post. Dumfries will be kicking himself.

Jun 14, 2021 01:12 (IST)

Buschan the Man for Ukraine

39' |  Buschan with yet another save for Ukraine! This time he denies a stinging volley from former Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum from the edge of the box. Hist shot got a slight deflection but still Buschan could prevent it from going inside the goal with a strong left hand.

Jun 14, 2021 01:10 (IST)

34' | Depay and Dumfries have been Netherlands' attacking sources so far, this time Depay puts in a searching ball past the face of the goal, the PSV attacker was chasing the ball but it had too much pace!

Jun 14, 2021 01:07 (IST)

30' | A huge save from the Ukraine keeper. Netherlands forward Weghorst found himself with space inside the Ukraine box but Buschan's timely dive at Weghorst's feet prevented the Dutch from dispatching his shot.

Jun 14, 2021 01:04 (IST)

What a game Georgiy Bushchan has had so far!

Jun 14, 2021 01:02 (IST)

Ukraine Chance

27' | Another good counter-attack by the Ukrainian side and a clever back-heel from the edge of the box found Yarmolenko free but a last ditch tackle by van Anholt denies him the scoring opportunity, the West Ham winger appealed for a penalty but the referee dismissed it.

Jun 14, 2021 00:57 (IST)

Netherlands Knocking on the Door

25' | Netherlands are knocking on the door, they look like the team who will break tyhe deadlock in this match. The latest opportunity, rather a half-chance fell for Patrick Van Anholt but Ukraine goalkeeper Buschan was again on top of his game to deny him a clear goalscoring chance.

Jun 14, 2021 00:52 (IST)

20' | The game has tamed down now with Ukraine slowly matching up to Ukraine's pressing, they themselves have had two chances, however, they failed to produce the final ball that could have tested the Dutch defence. 

Jun 14, 2021 00:48 (IST)

Relentless Netherlands

15' | Netherlands have been relentless so far in the match, although their attacking runs have decresed post the 10-minute mark but they have already had 7 attempts of which two were on target. Ukraine on the opther hand have had three attempts of which one was on target.

Jun 14, 2021 00:43 (IST)

Ukraine Change

11' | Not the start Andriy Shevchenko and Ukraine was hoping for, Oleksandr Zubkov is being replcaed by Marlos

Jun 14, 2021 00:36 (IST)


5' | Buschan spreads himself big to deny Dumfries a definite goal scoring chance.

Jun 14, 2021 00:35 (IST)

Ukraine with the first Corner or the match

4' | Ukraine win the first corner of the match after

UEFA Euro 2020, Netherlands Vs Ukraine: Wijnaldum, Weghorst and Dumfries Score as Netherlands Win 3-2
Denzel Dumfries of the Netherlands, right, makes an attempt to score (Image: AP)

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Michael Gregoritsch and Marko Arnautovic scored to help Austria win 3-1 after Stefan Lainer’s stunning volley was cancelled out by North Macedonia’s Goran Pandev at the National Arena in Bucharest. It was Austria’s first win at a major soccer tournament in 31 years and it’s first ever at the European Championship.

England vs Croatia

Raheem Sterling finally found his tournament touch when his goal gave England a deserved 1-0 win over Croatia at Wembley on Sunday as they began a European Championship with a victory for the first time in nine attempts.

Sterling, something of a surprise starter after a flat end to the domestic season but a favourite of manager Gareth Southgate, slid home a 61st-minute shot after great work by Kalvin Phillips to end an individual drought that had run through England’s three previous major tournaments.

On a boiling hot day England started strongly, lost their way for a while but regained control as Croatia barely managed a shot, giving the home side the early advantage in Group D that also includes Scotland and the Czech Republic.

The game lacked the drama and jeopardy of the teams’ 2018 World Cup semi-final, won by Croatia, and losing on Sunday was no disaster for them given the way the draw pans out, but it was a morale-boosting victory for England as they set off once again in search of their first title since 1966.

Roared on by a noisy 22,500 crowd –- a quarter of Wembley’s capacity — England started full of bright intentions and put huge pressure on the visitors, pinning them deep in their own half.

Phil Foden, his bleached hair channelling Paul Gascoigne from Euro 96, almost gave them a dream start when he cut in from the right and curled a low shot beyond Dominik Livakovic but agonisingly saw it come back off the post after the slightest of deflections from the toe of Josko Gvardiol.

Phillips, impressive all afternoon, had a 25-yard shot blocked but, instead of riding the early momentum, England lost their way.

Croatia’s classy midfield trio of Mateo Kovacic, Luka Modric and Marcelo Brozovic began to stroke the ball around and, with the sun beating down, the pace and energy seeped out of the game.

England eventually shook themselves out of the torpor and struck when Phillips drove through the retreating defence, rode two tackles and played the ball expertly into the path of the darting Sterling who, under pressure, just got enough on the ball to steer it home.

Sterling had looked lively all day and celebrated his first major tournament goal with gusto, though he should have added a second 13 minutes later but blazed wildly over the bar.

Croatia were then forced to show a bit more ambition and threw on their attacking subs but though England’s defence looked a little shaky at times there were few chances for an equalizer.

Scotland and the Czech Republic get their Group D campaign underway on Monday before England welcome the Scots to Wembley on Friday, with Croatia playing the Czechs in Glasgow on the same day.

Netherlands vs Ukraine

Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko said on Saturday his team would try to strike the right balance between attack and defence in their opening Euro 2020 match against a dynamic Netherlands side whose talent needed to be respected.

Ukraine, ranked 24th in the world, face a rejuvenated Dutch side, ranked 16th, that is returning to a major tournament after missing the last Euros in France and the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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