Mykhailo Mudryk helped Ukraine to secure an emphatic victory over Moldova in their final warm-up match ahead of the start of their Euro 2024 campaign.

The Chelsea winger was named in Ukraine's starting line-up for their last game before travelling to Germany to compete in this summer's Euro 2024, having only played the final 20 minutes of the 3-1 defeat to Poland four days ago.

This time, Mykhailo Mudryk helped his nation get back to winning ways in time for the competitive action, as they racked up a comprehensive 4-0 victory away against Moldova on Tuesday.

Ukraine, with Mudryk on their left flank, wasted no time demonstrating their superiority, as Roman Yaremchuk fired them into the lead with less than two minutes on the clock. By half-time it was 2-0, after Viktor Tsygankov added a second shortly before the break.

By the time Mudryk made way to be replaced with just over 20 minutes remaining, their lead had been extended to four by further goals from Artem Dovbyk and Georgiy Sudakov, completing a good day's work which will allow Ukraine to arrive in Germany on a positive note after a very comfortable win.

The real action gets under way for Ukraine on Monday 17 June, when they face Romania in Munich at 2pm (UK time) in their first game of this year's European Championship, with Belgium and Slovakia the other teams in Group E.