By H.JanGra June 2, 2022
Ukraine's World Cup dream remains very much alive after they beat Scotland 3-1 in their playoff semifinal at Hampden Park on Wednesday
To set up a winner-take-all clash with Wales for a spot in Qatar.
Playing their first official game since Russia's invasion of the country in February
Ukraine put in a superb performance to outplay a Scotland team that must continue to wait for their first World Cup appearance since 1998.
Captain Andriy Yarmolenko opened the scoring for the visitors with a fine lofted finish in the 33rd minute after beating the Scottish offside trap
Striker Roman Yaremchuk then gave Ukraine some breathing room with a header past Craig Gordon just four minutes into the second half.
The winner between Wales and Ukraine in Cardiff on Sunday will slot into Group B in Qatar, alongside England, the United States and Iran.