Ukrainian politicians have given a mixed response to the England defeat last night, with Prime Minister Mykola Azarov saying the country "should not make a tragedy" out of the result while a parliament deputy urged for the match to be annulled.
Mr Azarov said: "They tried to seize the victory until the last moment. But sports is sports and, like life, it has everything - luck, randomness, mistakes and unfairness. One should not make a tragedy out of that."
However, one parliament deputy, Yuri Karmazin from opposition party Our Ukraine - People's Self-defence, cried foul over the England game. "This was fraud on a European scale (carried out) under the English flag. Annul yesterday's game urgently because it was unfair," he said.
Mark Perryman, a member of the LondonEnglandFans supporters group, talks about the unexpected success of England at Euro 2012.
Steven Gerrard is proving to be one of the players of the tournament at Euro 2012.
England have qualified for the Euro 2012 quarter-finals after a 1-0 win over Ukraine and will now face Italy on Sunday.