The Ukrainian team inflicted the first defeat on its Spanish counterpart 1-0 in the fourth group in the first division tournament in the European Championship of the European Football League, while the German team continued its poor results by hardly tying it at home 3-3 with its Swiss counterpart in the same group.
Although Spain won the first leg at home 4-0, it found great difficulty in the match that Viktor Tsygankov decided to win for the Ukrainian team in the 76th minute.
In the other match, Switzerland surprised the German machines, with two goals by Mario Gavranovic and Remo Freiler in the fifth and 26th minutes.
Timo Werner quickly reduced the score for Germany in the 28th minute, before Kai Havertz equalized in the 55th minute, but he did not congratulate him for long, as Switzerland returned to the third goal of Gavranovic in the 57th minute.
Serge Gnabry saved the Germans’ face by scoring the equalizer in the 60th minute, but the draw deepened the machines crisis, which failed to win for 3 games and made it difficult for them to stand in the group with one victory and 3 draws.
Thus, the group arrangement becomes complicated, as Spain maintained the lead with 7 points, but Ukraine is tied with Germany, and each has 6 points, while Switzerland is at the bottom of the table with two points.