The national football team of Iceland is a tough nut to crack, and Ukraine will undergo a serious test; but the Yellow Blues will be doing their best to play their own game. Andriy Shevchenko, the manager and the long-time forward of the national team, said that as quoted by Ukraine’s sports media.
‘Of course, we watch out for set plays, especially the corners and the free strikes. But we’re going to play our own game. I guess our players are more skillful, and they’re in good shape now,’ Shevchenko said, commenting on the upcoming fixture in the qualification for the FIFA World Cup 2018.
Ukraine and Iceland will cross swords in this fixture that will take place in Reykjavik on Tuesday.