Ukraine roared into the quarter-finals of the International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football World Cup in Spain with a 100 per cent winning record.
The defending champions saw off Argentina 2-0 at Ciudad Deportiva José Ramón Cisneros Palacios – the training ground of La Liga club Sevilla – as both teams progressed from Group C.
The clash was locked at 0-0 at the interval with the South Americans having spurned several good chances to score.
And a quick-fire double from Vitalii Romanchuk in the second period handed the Ukrainians the win and top spot in the group.
Ukraine make it to the top op Group C as it was Vitalii Romanchuk who shot them to victory over Argentina. Both teams progress to the quarterfinals.— CP Football (@ifcpf) July 11, 2019
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Australia finished third after sinking Spain 2-0, a game in which Pararoos goalkeeper Chris Pyne made his 100th appearance for his country.
Ben Roche put Australia in front with a 54th-minute free-kick, before substitute Matthew Hearne fired home his first international goal – a spectacular effort from distance.
Russia head into the knockout phase with a perfect record after crushing Netherlands 6-0 in Group D, with the Dutch also through.
Canada took third having put four unanswered goals past Thailand, which included a hat-trick from Sam Charron.