Defending champions Ukraine continued to make ominous progress at the International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football World Cup in Seville as they won their second match today, 10-0 against the Spanish hosts.
Vitalii Romanchuk and Ivan Shkvarlo each scored twice in a match where the Ukraine defence denied Spain a single chance.
They now top Group C with six points, and with Argentina - 4-1 winners over Australia - level on points but with an inferior goal difference.
The Group D matches of this morning resulted in second victories for the Netherlands and Russia, who remain without a having conceded a goal.— CP Football (@ifcpf) July 9, 2019
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In other group matches played at the tournament venue Ciudad Deportiva José Ramón Cisneros Palacios, training ground of La Liga club Sevilla, Russia - who beat England in the third-place match at the last World Cup in 2017 - earned a 4-0 win over Canada that puts them top of Group D.
Marat Eloev and captain Aleksei Borkin scored two goals each.
The Netherlands drew level with Russia on points as they won 3-0 against Thailand, scoring all their goals in the second-half through Luc Pierre, who scored twice, and Jochem Kintz.