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U19s Lose To Ukraine

U19s Lose To Ukraine

England U19s hopes of reaching the European Championships were ended last night as we lost to Ukraine.

A last minute own goal at Burton Albion's Pirelli Stadium but an end to our hopes for qualification, despite us winning the previous Elite Round group games, as we needed to win or at least draw to progress through and make the trip to Hungary.

For a full match report please Click Here.

England (4-3-3):

Christian Walton (Brighton & Hove Albion), Ola Aina (Chelsea), Calum Chambers (Southampton), Lloyd Jones (Liverpool), Matthew Targett (Southampton), John Swift (Chelsea), Lewis Baker (Chelsea), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea), Callum Robinson (Aston Villa), Chuba Akpom (Arsenal), Devante Cole (Manchester City).

Subs:

Brendan Galloway (MK Dons) for Targett (56), Sam Gallagher (Southampton) for Cole (80), Harrison Reed (Southampton) for Loftus-Cheek (85).

Subs not used:

Shay Facey (Manchester City), Jordon Ibe (Liverpool), Joshua Murphy (Norwich City), Cameron Dawson (Sheffield Wednesday).

Bookings: Baker (72).

Manager: Noel Blake

Ukraine (4-2-3-1):

Roman Pidkivka (Bogdan Samavskyi 68), Andriy Markovych, Taras Kacharaba, Yurii Tkachuk, Eduard Sobol, Viacheslav Tankovski, Ihor Kharatin, Pavlo Polehenko, Viktor Kovalenko, Maksym Benasevych (Artem Radchenko 46), Roman Yaremchuk (Artem Biesiedin 60).

Subs not used:

Pavlo Luklanchuk, Yevhen Chumak, Artem Habelok, Dmytro Bilinoh.

Goals: Chambers OG (90).

Bookings: Sobol (57).

Manager: Oleksandr Petrakov.

Referee: Manzano Gil (Spain).

Attendance: 735.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday May 30 2014
Time: 4:44PM

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