85 min: Armstrong crosses from the right. Robertson, who comes from the other side, chooses to ambush before firing. Bad choice. He is imprisoned, and the chance is lost.
84 min: So, instead, Hickey and McGinn try a clever brief, and there’s a chance to put more pressure on the club’s lawyer.
83 min: Ukraine happens for the first time this evening. Shaparenko is set aside for an unbelievable challenge on Christie, and he’s a free kick on the right side. One chance to disagree on Bushchan’s head!
82 min: Nothing comes out of the corner that came out of McGregor’s hope of rescuing hope. It was an amazing game pass.
81 min: McGregor, who has just returned to Scotland to play, puts them in the game! Scotland wins a corner. Robertson’s delivery is not the best. Ukraine is clear. Suddenly they are two on top of each other! Zubkov creams a medium down pass for the release of Dovbyk, who is one-on-one with Gordon. Hampden remains silent. Dovbyk puts his foot back to shoot … just to get McGregor back and take the ball out of his finger! What an intervention!
Armstrong crosses. McTominay Bushchan, who shakes again, struggles. The ball bounces off McGregor, just to the left of D. McGregor’s shots. Bushchan again collapses, causing the ball to flow in his hands. He goes to the top right, almost on the line, Matvienko can not clear in time. This is back!
78 min: Ukraine replaces its lakes. Go Yarmolenko and Yaremchuk, come Zubkov and Dovbyk.
76 min: Adams throws in the Ukrainian box from the right. With five yellow shirts in front of him, he manages to power a bullet into the back of the box. Bushchan parries. McGinn hits the ball gently. His shot is fired for a corner, from which nothing comes out. Scotland was finally awake, but did they leave it too late?
75 min: Shaparenko drives through the inner-left canal where Zinchenko almost drops into the Scottish box. Ne tam. Scotland is living in danger again.
73 min: McTominay and Christie pass a couple of shots in the middle, the ball hitting Armstrong, who sends a flock of sheep straight to Bushchan from the edge of the box.
72 min: Now Tsygankov drops a mile to get in from the left. He shoots. Gordon par dike. It is Tsyanganov’s last action of the evening: he is replaced by Mudryk, when Malinovskyi paves the way for Shaparenko.
70 min: One Scottish goal can change everything. A third for Ukraine will end. And because he was so close to getting back into the game, Scotland is in danger of sending someone else, McTominay presents the possession to Zinchenko, who almost dances his way into what is left of the Scottish back line. . Hampden feared the worst there.
68 min: McGinn falls to his knees and hits the turf. Still, it is the bridge better than the Scots, who send in Hendry and Armstrong instead of Cooper and Gilmour.
67 min: Top drops McToiminay, just inside the Ukrainian box on the right. He drops and shoots. Matvienko interrupts. Scotland is coming again. Christie McTominay eats right. The McTominay cross is broken by Bushchan. Top drops McGinn, six yards. He must score a goal! He tries to move his head to the bottom right … and watches in horror as the gog moves inches away from the left. What a chance!
66 min: Scotland is starting to spend some more in half of Ukraine, but the impact is small. Guests take shape. Gilmour finally gets the ball out of the game under pressure.
64 min: A little space right down to Adams. It passes. There is no one in mourning anywhere. “It must be handed over to them. This is a sacrifice from Scotland.” Some harsh quotes from Simon McMahon, there.
62 min: Hickey, who is continuing his debut, tries to find Christie with a low cross in the middle. People moan. Then they scream when Adams eats Christie on the left side. Christie leans to the bottom left. Try on goal! But Bushchan sighs, and the flag rises to the offside anyway. That crowd for a while, if nothing else.
60 min: Cooper Yarmolenko shakes in the air, and is very happy to escape the embarrassment. Scotland is a hotbed of controversy.
58 min: The crowd is Hampden beeling. At first, Yaremchuk makes almost three, but his cross slips inches from the right to the left. McGinn then collapses on Stepanenko and is dismissed due to his difficulties. Nothing is right for Scotland right now, and the home crowd is not ashamed to express their dissatisfaction.
56 min: Scotland has almost determined a way back into the game! Bushchan fears an undeniably poor background, and is captured by McGregor. His clearing shot bounces off McGregor and almost flies into the goal. Inches away from a complete fiasco!
55 min: Tsygankov takes the left step and wins a corner from McTominay. Kunc sent long. Karavaev is trying to impose an embargo on the bar from 25 meters. The home crowd is not happy about Scotland’s inability to take full ownership.
54 min: Yaremchuk takes Hanley to the bottom left. Hanley jumps on and sends the ball to the corner with a shot. Hampden fans demand a free kick, but Hanley just got out of the muscle, that’s all.
52 min: Ukraine is now surrounded by empires. Yarmolenko dances in the inner-right channel and shoots a shot towards the bottom right. Gordon does well to drop and block, but it starts for Scotland. The result is a few votes shaking around Hampden.
50 min: It was a heartbreaking ending. Scotland is currently in big trouble. This measure of Ukraine is never good.
Yarmolenko dribbles from the right, reaches the line, and pulls back for Karavaev. A cross towards a distant tree. Yaremchuk easily gets on Hickey, a complete mess, and heads back across Gordon and to the bottom right. So simple.
48 min: Tssygankov passes from the left to Yaremchuk, who almost immediately gives himself up to Hanley and enters the box. Hanley does well to take his turn and keep him out of danger.
46 min: Christie is instantly in it, taking a step forward with Mykolenko and passing a pass towards McGregor on the plane, looking in the middle. But a promising attack is stopped by the referee, who goes ahead with Christie’s argument.
Ukraine starts the second half. Scotland has made a difference, and that is no surprise. Dykes, ineffective and on the verge of separation, was replaced by Christie.
Half-time discovery. Ben Fisher was at the Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw, and his report on the Welsh warm-up for Sunday was a big one.
When Scotland burns down, a few voices from the home crowd. Not that they were particularly bad; the only thing is that Ukraine has clearly improved. As things stand, Ukraine will travel to Cardiff to play Wales for a place in Qatar.
45 min: While the cot is competing with a high ball, Dykes kneels with Stepanenko on the back of his head. A no-brainer of the yellow card.
44 min: Malinovskyi fires a shot right from a distance. He should have replaced Tsyangankov with a clear inside-left channel. A good chance of doubling Ukraine’s lead was denied.
42 min: Some good work by Hickey and Gilmour on the right. The cannon shot for McGregor, whose low drive towards McGinn, just turns inside the Ukrainian box on the right. McGinn tries to surround Matvienko, but the Ukrainian defender gladly tries to get the ball out of his finger and clears it. The crowd wanted a first-time shot from a narrow stage. One hand too.
40 min: Zinchenko has a chance to send Yaremchuk clear to the middle, but in the pass he is not good enough and he is blocked by McTominay. On the line, Steve Clarke continues to come out calm, even though he comes from a great half-time team-discussion.
38 min: Gilmour sees Hickey debut in exactly the right place. Hickey drops a cross into the box. Easy elections for Bushchan aimed at Ukraine.
36 min: Lake Yarmolenko returns a good proportion of the atmosphere of Hampden there, but after a few moments, the crowd rediscovered their voice.
34 min: He was coming. Ukraine could have already scored a couple of goals, and now they have won their prize.
Scotland’s three backs are across the store. Malinovskyi passes the halfway point. Yarmolenko, who plays Hanley next to him, runs away from Cooper, drops the ball with one hand, opens his body, and sends a lob with his foot over Gordon who runs and sends it to the defenseless net!
32 min: Ukraine has so far owned 58 percent of the property. No big surprises there.
31 min: Ukraine is suddenly accelerating again, with Zinchenko gaining ground in the bottom left. The busy duke returns to make sure nothing comes out of it.
30 min: Ukraine spends a little time to pass the ball in the back, this evening for the first time slowing down.