Ukraine’s national football team continues to prepare for the upcoming Euro 2016 match against Germany.
The game, slated for June 12 in Lille, France, opens Ukraine’s football march in the finals of the all-European football tournament.
According to Mykyta Shevchenko, who plays for Ukraine's national team and FC Zorya Luhansk, currently, the coaching staff and players analyze the recent game against Albania, where the Yellow Blues won 3-1.
“Another day at the camp. We analyzed the game against Albania and had a training in the evening. While reviewing the recent game, we analyzed the mistakes we’d allowed, defined the rights and wrongs. Then we discussed what should be updated, included into the game, and what should be put aside. We’re good, we’re preparing. Everyone is fine and healthy”, Shevchenko told Football 1 TV channel.
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“Germany? That’s a good team, all I can tell you now. We haven’t looked into them yet, but everyone knows they’re good, and they’re world champions”, Ukraine’s goalie concluded.