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Exclusive: Roman Yaremchuk speaks up on facing Bosnia, Shevchenko’s move to Genoa and more

Roman Yaremchuk in action for Ukraine national team

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Benfica and Ukraine national team attacker Roman Yaremchuk has opened up on Tuesday’s match against Bosnia and Herzegovina in the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers and more in an exclusive interview with VbetNews.com.

On the upcoming match vs Bosnia: 

“I think it will be a very difficult match because, in fact, we are playing for a ticket to the playoff qualification for the 2022 World Cup. I think there will be many Bosnian fans. “

On the previous match vs Bosnia: 

“I think we lacked concentration in the last game against Bosnia, especially in the second half. But now it will be a completely different match because then we played two days later from the previous match, it was physically difficult. Now it will be more difficult for Bosnia because now they are playing two days later on the third day, and therefore they will be more tired than us.”

Comparison of Portugal and Belgium leagues: 

“Portugal’s league is tough because everybody is closing in defense against you, 10 defenders at their gates, so it’s hard to break the defense.”

On Shevchenko and Genoa C.F.C:

“Cool, it will be great to watch him. There is a feeling that everything will work out for him, everything will be fine.”

Ukraine are set to face Bosnia and Herzegovina at Bilino Polje Stadium on 16th November. Only in case of victory will Oleksandr Petrakov’s side secure their place in the playoffs of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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