Ukraine won their fourth consecutive match at the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Partially Sighted Football World Championship in Antalya.
The defending champions recorded a 3-0 victory over England at the Antalya Arena Sports Hall.
Oleksandr Hetmanov, Oleksii Zavolovyi and Liam Spinks all got on the scoresheet, putting Ukraine firmly on top of the round-robin tournament standings with 12 points.
Turkey moved into second with nine points, having eased past Italy 6-2.
Hamdi Aydemir scored two for the hosts, with Oguzhan Ozcelik, Isa Akten, Mahir Kazan and Serkan Dayangac also hitting the back of the net.
Ghanem Bekrou and Daniele Hammoud got Italy's two goals.
The day concluded with a 5-1 win for Spain against Japan, with David Gallardo and Javier de la Rosa scoring two each.
Jose Luis Biedma was the fifth goalscorer, while Kei Akasaki recorded Japan's solitary goal.
Action continues tomorrow, the penultimate day of competition.
Russia are set to take on Italy, Ukraine play France and Turkey meet England.