Football: Ukraine's national team’s goalie to retire after Euro-2020

Source : 112 Ukraine

Andriy Pyatov turned pro back in 2001
14:37, 27 October 2020

Goalkeeper of Ukraine’s national football team Andriy Pyatov

Goalkeeper of Shakhtar Donetsk FC and Ukraine’s national football team Andriy Pyatov might end his professional career after the Euro-2020. This was reported by Football Format.

The 36-year-old athlete rarely plays this season, missing five goals in his last four matches. Pyatov intends to participate in Euro-2020 and to end his career shortly afterwards.

Pyatov started his professional career in 2001 at Vorskla, in 2007 he moved to Shakhtar.

Related: Football: Dynamo Kyiv, Zorya FC negotiate on Shabanov's transfer

Meanwhile, Ukraine's national team climbed one step higher in Fifa's ranking of national football teams - from 24th to 23rd place.

The Yellow-Blues will play their next games in November. On November 11, they will face Poland. On November 14, the team is about to stand against Germany, and then it will play against Switzerland.

As we reported earlier, Two Dynamo Kyiv players passed tests for Covid-19 before the UEFA Champions League game against Ferencvarosi TC.

Goalkeeper Georgiy Bushchan, defender Vitaliy Mykolenko, and conditioning coach Vitaliy Kuleba were tested positive. They have been removed from the list of those going to Hungary.

Related: UEFA to take Euro 2020 from Baku, St. Petersburg


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