Substitute Artem Dovbyk’s header in the dying seconds of extra time sends the underdogs into the last eight.

Ukraine had reached the round of 16 at the European Championships with worst record of the advancing teams.
And now the quarterfinals, too.
Ukraine eliminated previously unbeaten Sweden 2-1 on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) with a goal in stoppage time at the end of extra time from a player who was left on the bench for the entire group stage.
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Substitute Artem Dovbyk stooped low to guide a header from Oleksandr Zinchenko’s cross past goalkeeper Robin Olsen.
It was the 24-year-old forward’s first goal for the national team.
Ukraine substitute Artem Dovbyk prepares to remove his top after scoring the winner against Sweden at Hampden Park.
Ukraine’s greatest ever forward, current coach Andriy Shevchenko, ran down the sideline to celebrate a goal that sends his team to Rome to face England on Saturday (Sunday NZT).
Zinchenko scored a goal on a day when Manchester City team-mate Raheem Sterling had scored in England’s 2-0 win over Germany.
He gave Ukraine the lead in the 27th minute when he rifled in a low shot set up by a crafty pass from captain Andriy Yarmolenko.
Emil Forsberg’s deflected shot from outside the area in the 43rd minute equalised for Sweden. It was his fourth goal at Euro 2020, but a tournament lead-tying fifth eluded him in the second half despite curling shots off the post and the crossbar.
Ukraine’s players celebrate their historic victory in front of their supporters as they set up a quarterfinal date with England.
It’s a very bitter defeat, Sweden coach Janne Andersson said.
In the second half we had four really great chances. It felt like we would score eventually.
Andersson cited the momentum shift in extra time when Sweden defender Marcus Danielson was sent off in the 98th minute for following through on a challenge with a raised boot on substitute Artem Besedin.
The Ukrainians had needed a favour from Sweden just to advance after losing two group games and having a negative goal difference.
After losing to Austria last week, Ukraine would have been out if Poland had beaten Sweden two days later. Sweden won that game 3-2 with Forsberg scoring twice.
Sweden’s Marcus Danielson is shown a red card by referee Daniele Orsato for high tackle on substitute Artem Besedin.
Neither team had ever won a knockout game at a European Championship in a combined eight previous tournaments.
Both often-cautious teams played more freely in a wide-open 90 minutes, trying to seize a chance for a deep run in the arguably weaker half of the draw.
Ukraine midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko, centre, wheels away after firing the underdogs into a surprise lead in Glasgow.
The winner between Ukraine and England will play Denmark or Czech Republic in the semifinals.
Ukraine’s key creator had been Yarmolenko, who plays in England for West Ham. To set up Zinchenko’s goal, Yarmolenko used the outside of his favoured left foot to drift a curling pass across seven defenders towards their blind side in the penalty area.
Sweden playmaker Emil Forsberg, second left, drew his country level shortly after with his fourth goal of the tournament.
After scoring with a first-time shot, Zinchenko ran away with a finger to his lips in a gesture he said was telling critics to be quiet.
In the first three games we received a lot of criticism, which I think we deserved, he said through a translator.
I showed that they need to support us.
Yarmolenko looked exhausted long before he was taken off for the final period of extra time making way for Dovbyk to come on.