Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko said his team would not be intimidated by England’s 2-0 win over Germany at Wembley in its Euro 2020 last-16 clash but motivated to produce an upset when they lock horns in Rome on Saturday.
The Ukrainians booked their quarterfinal berth with an extra-time 2-1 win over Sweden on Tuesday thanks to a last-gasp goal by Artem Dovbyk after England sent Germany home on the back of second-half efforts from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane.
“England are a great team, they have a deep bench, an outstanding coaching staff and we are fully aware how tough this game is going to be,” Shevchenko told a news conference.
“I saw all their three group matches, not today’s win over Germany because we had to prepare for our own game with Sweden. They are incredibly difficult to score against but their strength shouldn’t scare us. It should motivate us because everything is…