(Dan Tri) – With victory in the play-off final series, Georgia, Ukraine and Poland won the last tickets to attend the Euro 2024 finals.

Georgia defeated Greece in a penalty shootout after the two teams drew 0-0 after 120 minutes of play.

The match was tense, even at the end of the first half, players from both teams got into a fight on the touchline, as a result, Georgia’s reserve goalkeeper, Loria, received a red card.

Coach Gustavo Poyet’s team had superior ball control but had a poorer attack organization than the home team.

At Euro 2024, Georgia is in Group F with the Czech Republic, Türkiye and Portugal.

Greece’s disappointment after being eliminated (Photo: Getty).

Poland also could not win or lose against Wales after 120 minutes of play.

In the first minute of extra time, Mempham received a red card, leaving the home team with only 10 people, but that didn’t really mean anything when the extra time only had 3 extra minutes.

At Euro 2024, Poland is in Group D with Austria, France and the Netherlands.

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Polish players celebrate after winning the penalty shootout (Photo: Getty).

Ukraine’s 2-1 win over Iceland is the only match in the play-off finals that can end in 90 minutes of play.

Gudmundsson suddenly opened the score for the away team in the 30th minute. In the 39th minute, Ukraine shook Iceland’s net, but VAR rejected the goal for offside.

Coach Rebrov’s team entered the second half with greater determination. Tsygankov equalized 1-1 in the 54th minute to help Ukraine relieve the pressure.

At Euro 2024, Ukraine is in Group E with Slovakia, Belgium and Romania.

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