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Watch Chelsea flop Mudryk attempt ‘worst shot you’ll ever see’ in Ukraine’s Euro 2024 clash against Slovakia

Supporters did not hold back on social media

MYKHAILO MUDRYK stunned fans with the "worst shot you'll ever see" in Ukraine's clash against Slovakia.

The Chelsea winger started his side's second match at Euro 2024 on Friday afternoon.

Mykhailo Mudryk produced the 'worst shot you'll ever see' against Slovakia
The Ukraine winger's effort sailed high and wide of the target
The Ukraine winger's effort sailed high and wide of the target

However, he had a moment to forget during the first half at the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Dusseldorf.

Ukraine had already fallen behind through Ivan Schranz's goal as they pushed for an equaliser.

After collecting the ball on the halfway line, Mudryk drove at the retreating Slovak defence.

Despite options to his right and left, though, the 23-year-old opted to go it alone and shoot from around 25 yards.

Mudryk could only find the stands, however, as he blazed his effort high and wide of the goal.

As the ball whistled into the crowd, Mudryk appeared sheepish as he turned and looked to the ground.

Reacting to the strike on social media, one fan wrote: "Mudryk with possibly the worst shot you’ll ever see."

Another added: "Mudryk… What’s actually wrong with Chelsea’s £100m man."

A third supporter also commented: "Mudryk tries a shot but it’s about 20 metres far wide."

Meanwhile, one more said: "What an interesting shot from Mudryk."

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Fortunately for Mudryk, who was replaced late on, Ukraine pulled off a second half comeback to claim all three points.

Mykola Shaparenko's equaliser was followed by the winner from substitute Roman Yaremchuk with 10 minutes remaining.

The win boosts Ukraine's hopes of progressing to the knockout stage.

Sergei Rebrov's side, who lost their opening match to Romania, conclude their group campaign against Belgium on Wednesday.