The Football Federation of Ukraine is not to appeal against the result of the match with England because of the controversial episode, when the officials did not count a Marko Devic goal, the president of the Football Federation of Ukraine Hryhoriy Surkis said in the interview.

However, Surkis did not explain the reasons for such a decision of the Federation.

As reported, in the 63rd minute, when the score was 1-0 in favour of England, Ukraine's forward Artem Milevsky led his team mate Marko Devic to the shooting position and the latter skilfully passed the rival's defender and shot, but England's defender John Terry kicked the ball out, although it could be seen on the video recording that the ball crossed the goal line. Officiating referee Viktor Kassai decided not to count the goal.

Finally, on June 19, England defeated Ukraine 1-0 and Ukraine crashed out of the championship.
The UEFA Head of Referees Pierluigi Collina has admitted that the team of referees headed by the Hungarian Viktor Kassai made a mistake during the Euro 2012 last group match between Ukraine and England by not counting the goal scored by Ukraine in the middle of the second half.

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