Sunday, May 28, 2023
HomeSportUkrainian player after goal: 'No war in Ukraine'

Ukrainian player after goal: ‘No war in Ukraine’

Atalanta, with the Dutch Hans Hateboer and Marten de Roon in the base and Teun Koopmeiners as a substitute, won the match 3-0. The Italians, therefore, advanced to the next round at the expense of the Greeks.

The family still there’
Afterward, Gian Piero Gasperini, Atalanta’s trainer, confessed that he had left the decision to play with Malinovsky himself. “It is very difficult for him. His parents and other relatives are still there,” said the coach.

Earlier today, a war started in Ukraine due to an invasion of Russia. Bombing raids were carried out by Russia in several places in Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv. Dozens of deaths have been reported from the attacks.

Yesterday in the Champions League match against Ajax, Benfica striker Roman Yaremchuk also supported his home country after a goal.

The Ukrainian showed a black shirt to the team from Amsterdam with a trident on it, an important symbol in the coat of arms of Ukraine. UEFA does not allow the display of political symbols, so Yaremchuk is facing a penalty.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments